Chart Slot.1 (-) SPICE GIRLS The Spice Girls are an English all-female pop group, formed in London in 1994. The Spice Girls, consisting of: Geri Halliwell, Melanie Chisholm, Emma Bunton, Melanie Brown, and Victoria Beckham signed to Virgin Records and released their debut single, "Wannabe", in 1996. , Spice Up Your Life: Ginger, Posh, Baby, Sporty, Scary and Very Rich hit the top.
2 (-) AQUA, Barbie Girl: Danish sensations are in hot water with toy makers Mattel but have a hit on their hands.
3 (1) ELTON JOHN Sir Elton Hercules John CBE (born Reginald Kenneth Dwight on 25 March, 1947) is a five-time Grammy and one-time Academy Award-winning English pop/rock singer, composer and pianist. , Candle In The Wind/Something In the Way You Look: Elton's legendary tribute.
4 (2) SASH, Stay: Another dance smash-hit which continues to go down a storm in the clubs.
5 (3) DARIO G Dario G is the name of a dance music trio from Cheshire, England. The act was named after the manager of Crewe Alexandra, Dario Gradi. Its founder members are Paul Spencer, Scott Rosser and Stephen Spencer (the Spencers are not related). , Sunchyme: Featuring the vocal hook from Dream Academy's 1985 hit Life In A Northern Town.
6 (4) BACKSTREET backstreet
a street in a town far from the main roads
denoting secret or illegal activities: a backstreet abortion
backstreet n BOYS, As Long As You Love Me: The 90s New Kids On the Block slip away.
7 (5) ETERNAL, Angel Of Mine: Kelle, Vernie and Esther's hit is featured on a new Greatest Hits album.
8 (6) CHUMBAWUMBA, Tubthumping: Outspoken anarchists who recently had a go at Oasis's Noel.
9 (-) BRAND NEW HEAVIES, You've Got A Friend: London's soul funk band are back on form.
10 (-) ASH, A Life Less Ordinary: Ewan McGregor's favourite band are back in the Top 10 with the title track of his new film.
Single of the Week: BECK: DEADWEIGHT
Another single taken from the soundtrack to the new movie, A Life Less Ordinary, which stars Ewan McGregor and Cameron Diaz.
Nerdy Californian rocker Beck - real name Bek David Campbell David Campbell may refer to:
tr.v. des·tined, des·tin·ing, des·tines
1. To determine beforehand; preordain: a foolish scheme destined to fail; a film destined to become a classic.
2. for the charts.
Watch out for the follow-up to the singer's classic Odelay album, which is due to be released next year.
Album of the Week: THE DAVID ARNOLD JAMES BOND PROJECT: SHAKEN AND STIRRED
This is a brilliant new compilation from the composer of Independence Day, A Life Less Ordinary and Tomorrow Never Dies, which reworks versions of classic Bond tracks.
A breathtaking version of Diamonds Are Forever by David McAlmont David McAlmont (born 2 May 1967 in Croydon, England) is an English vocalist noted for his high vocal range. Life and early career
He was born to a Guyanese State Registered Nurse mother and a Nigerian Law Student father. and All Time High by Pulp are the highlights, while Aimee Mann's rendition of Nobody Does It Better and Iggy Pop's We Have All The Time In The World are simply superb.