THE RAZZ: MUSIC: Cheesy dance tunes sets Scottish chart apart.
AH, Scotland's love of a cheesy dance tune gives us a different top five from the official UK chart this week.
While Tony Christie gets a number one on both sides of the border and McFly are number two in Scotland and in England, the Sunset Strippers' Falling Stars drops from two to three while in the UK as a whole it's number five. Elvis and Gwen Stefani have to make do with a Scottish four and five respectively, one place further down than in the UK as a whole.
Biggest surprise is the lowly hit for Shapeshifters.
They only make it to number 14 with Back To Basics while in the UK it's at number10.
Surely Scotland hasn't had too much cheese?
1 (-) Tony Christie ft Peter Kay (Is This The Way To) Amarillo 2 (1) McFly All About You 3 (2) Sunset Strippers Falling Stars 4 (-) Elvis Presley She's Not You 5 (-) Gwen Stefani Rich Girl 6 (3) Stereophonics Dakota 7 (-) Jem They 8 (5) Nelly Over And Over 9 (-) G4 Bohemian Rhapsody 10 (6) Cabin Crew Star To Fall 11 (7) Phantom Planet California 12 (-) Green Day Holiday 13 (8) Jennifer Lopez Get Right 14 (-) Shapeshifters Back To Basics 15 (-) Basement Jaxx Oh My Gosh 16 (-) Q. Of The Stone Age Little Sister 17 (10) Britney Spears Do Somethin' 18 (-) Beverley Knight Keep This Fire Burning 19 (13) Girls Aloud Wake Me Up 20 (9) New Order Krafty
THAT'S THE WAY TO DO IT: Tom Christie and Peter Kay debut at No.1
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Mar 25, 2005|
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