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Year To Date UK Singles Chart

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Spirit in the Sky (Comic Relief) [CD 1]  [CD 1]
1.  Spirit in the Sky (Comic Relief) [CD 1] [CD 1] by Gareth Gates
The list author says:
  "#1 for Norman Greenbaum in 1970 + Doctor And The Medics in 1986, 'Spirit In The Sky' becomes one of the only songs to top the charts by three different artists."
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All the Things She Said
2.  All the Things She Said by t.A.T.u.
The list author says:
  "Maybe the controversy surrounding the video for this track aided its chart performance. Nonetheless it's difficult to deny the appeal of this track. New single 'Not Gonna Get Us' due for release soon."
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Stop Living the Lie
3.  Stop Living the Lie by David Sneddon
The list author says:
  "Somewhat disputing the success of reality-TV artists, here's the 2nd of 6 inside the top 25, with a further 5 in positions 26-75. This is the debut track from BBC's Fame Academy winner David Sneddon."
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Make Luv
4.  Make Luv by Room 5
The list author says:
  "Cheatham becomes the oldest artist to go straight in to #1 on the UK singles chart. Soundtrack to the latest Lynx TV adverts, 'Make Luv' re-works his 1983 track 'Get Down Saturday Night'."
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Sound Of The Underground
5.  Sound Of The Underground by Girls Aloud
The list author says:
  "Winners of ITV's Pop Stars: The Rivals, Girls Aloud spent four weeks at #1 over the Christmas period with this double A-side. Tipped as the new Spice Girls, expect great things from these five ladies."
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Move Your Feet
6.  Move Your Feet by Junior Senior
The list author says:
  "One of this year's surprise success stories, 'Move Your Feet' has defied the chart form we have come to expect from new entries over the past few years and bounced between #3 and #6 for 7 weeks now."
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Beautiful
7.  Beautiful by Christina Aguilera
The list author says:
  "Christina's 2nd #1 from her fantastic 'Stripped' album, but based on the fact 'Beautiful' was released the same day as 'Move Your Feet', Junior Senior prove chart consistency outsells peak placings."
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Lose Yourself
8.  Lose Yourself by Eminem
The list author says:
  "With the exception of 'Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word' by Blue + Elton John (#32), 'Lose Yourself' is the last chart-topper to spend just 1 week at the summit. From Eminem's acting debut '8 Mile'."
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Cry Me a River [CD 1]
9.  Cry Me a River [CD 1] by Justin Timberlake
The list author says:
  "The 2nd highest track on the chart of the year after 'Move Your Feet' not to reach #1 on the UK singles chart. Said accolade is still yet to befall Justin, both as a solo artist and as part of N Sync."
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Stole [CD 1]
10.  Stole [CD 1] by Kelly Rowland
The list author says:
  "Together with Justin, Kelly is the 2nd artist inside the top 10 to feature on a Nelly track further down the placings. Her debut track does well to become one of the year's best-sellers."
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Year 3000 [CD 1]
11.  Year 3000 [CD 1] by Busted
The list author says:
  "Proving they are no one-hit wonders, Busted follow up 'What I Go To School For' with this track, predicting they will outsell Michael Jackson. They release new single 'You Said No' later this month."
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If You're Not The One
12.  If You're Not The One by Daniel Bedingfield
The list author says:
  "Both this + 'Lose Yourself' have only recently departed the UK singles chart top 40 after more than 4 months' residence. The 2nd #1 for Daniel who changes his musical style more often than his boxers!"
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All I Have
13.  All I Have by Jennifer Lopez
The list author says:
  "J-Lo goes from strength to strength but is still yet to build on the success of sole #1 hit 'If You Had My Love'. LL Cool J latest in the line of male RnB stars for the singer/actress to team up with."
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In Da Club
14.  In Da Club by 50 Cent
The list author says:
  "5 weeks on the UK singles chart and this song finds it best position to date at #3. Success of this track perhaps due to the Eminem/Dr Dre endorsement or the hilarious parody 'In Da Pub' by 50 Pence."
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The Boys of Summer
15.  The Boys of Summer by DJ Sammy
The list author says:
  "Ditching vocalists Yanou + Do who featured on last year's chart-topper 'Heaven' in favour of Loona ('Do You Believe In Magic') for a cover of Don Henley's hit which went to #12 both in 1985 and 1998."
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Scandalous
16.  Scandalous by Mis-Teeq
The list author says:
  "A great comeback single for the RnB trio which matches the peak of 2001's 'All I Want' by reaching #2. 'Scandalous' has now spent 4 weeks inside the top 10. From the new album 'Eye Candy'."
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Born to Try [CD 1]
17.  Born to Try [CD 1] by Delta Goodrem
The list author says:
  "Yet another down-under soapstar turned UK popstar, Delta follows in the footsteps of Kylie Minogue, Natalie Imbruglia + Holly Valance with a song that is still climbing after 5 weeks on the chart."
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03 Bonnie & Clyde
18.  03 Bonnie & Clyde by Jay-Z
The list author says:
  "While Destiny's Child take a break from recording as a group, the girls concentrate on their solo careers. Follow-up to 'Work It Out' from last year's Austin Powers movie, Beyonce teams up with Jay-Z."
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Being Nobody
19.  Being Nobody by Richard X
The list author says:
  "Richard X ('Freak Like Me') produces the original pop-star flops who had the last laugh on Hear'say. 'Being Nobody' originally by Chaka Khan - LL Cool J (#13) remains the only artist to take it to #1."
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Cheeky Song [CD 1]
20.  Cheeky Song [CD 1] by Cheeky Girls
The list author says:
  "Rejected twice by Pete Waterman, watching Monica + Gabriella outsell One True Voice (#38) must be one kick in the nads too many for the washed-up pop producer. 'Take Your Shoes Off' released in May."
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The Opera Song [CD 1]
21.  The Opera Song [CD 1] by Charlotte Church
The list author says:
  "Recently pictured smoking, Charlotte Church drastically drops her angelic image for 2003 after finally realising that nobody likes it. Makes a superb crossover to the 'female dance vocalist' category."
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Mundian To Bach Ke
22.  Mundian To Bach Ke by Panjabi MC
The list author says:
  "With this selling well, musical 'Bombay Dreams' still packing in eager theatre-goers, Sean Paul's 'Gimme The Light' at #36 + 'Husan' from the Peugeot 206 adverts out soon, bangra-pop is in for 2003."
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Songbird
23.  Songbird by Oasis
The list author says:
  "Oasis back on form with their latest album 'Heathen Chemistry'. 'Songbird' maybe somewhat short but depicts the Lennon/McCartney style that appeals to their fans. Written about Nicole Appleton (#47)."
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I Can't Break Down
24.  I Can't Break Down by Sinead Quinn
The list author says:
  "Close runner-up to David Sneddon in the Fame Academy circus, Sinead secured herself a similar record deal with the same company, and may prove to be the real winner if David loses all he has achieved."
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Danger! High Voltage
25.  Danger! High Voltage by Electric Six
The list author says:
  "A song that wouldn't sound out of place on the Rocky Horror Show soundtrack. I would place money on never hearing from Electric Six again. Ironic perhaps that such a catchy song's so easily forgotten."
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