November 26, 2022

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Harry Styles dominates the UK rankings through 'Harry's House'

Harry Styles dominates the UK rankings through ‘Harry’s House’

Prince! Harry Styles After losing the number one spot, he returned to the UK to dominate the albums and singles rankings. Liam Gallagher Last week. With the new update, “Harry’s House” Returned to # 1, meanwhile the chief’s new jobOasis Pushed to 4th place. Already “As it was”Enter your Tenth week as number one single.

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Who made history in the British rankings Kate Bush. The singer hit “Running Up That Hill (A Covenant With God)”Is present List Inside “Stranger Things”, Returned to the rankings 37 years after its release, is more popular than ever. The single climbed from eighth to second, first peaking in 1985.

There were only two first scenes in the march Post MaloneWhose new album, “Twelve Carat Toothache”, Introduced in third place. Already the path “I love you (a happy song)”In conjunction with Doja catIs on the album’s tracklist, no less than # 19, at the same time “Lemon Tree”Is at # 40. “Cooped You”An achievement with Roddy Rich, It has risen from 26th to 18th place.

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Check out the first 10 singles

1 – “As It Was” – Harry Styles
2 – “Running Up That Hill (A Covenant With God)” – Kate Bush
3 – “Go” – The cat is burning
4 – “About Dame Time” – Liso
5 – “Space Man” – Sam Ryder
6 – “IFTK (with La Roux)” – Tion Wayne
7 – “Late Night Talking” – Harry Styles
8 – “First Class” – Jack Harlow
9 – “Green Green Grass” – George Ezra
10 – “Step 2” – Ed Sheeran

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Check out the top 10 albums

1 – “Harry’s House” – Harry Styles
2 – “=” – Ed Sheeran
3 – “Twelve Carat Toothache” – Post Malone
4 – “You know” – Liam Gallagher
5 – “Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers ”- Kendrick Lamar
6 – “Dear Scott” – Michael Head & The Red Elastic Band
7 – “Gold” – ABBA
8 – “Best Successes” – Queen
9 – “÷” – Ed Sheeran
10 – “Sour” – Olivia Rodrigo