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Official Physical Singles Chart on 4/12/2015

4 December 2015 - 10 December 2015

Compiled by the Official Charts Company, the UK's biggest physical singles of the week, counting sales of CDs, vinyl and other physical formats, across a seven day period.

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Dave Knight


Don't physical sales count towards to offical top 100 anymore? How can Shakin' Stevens be at number 2 in the physical charts, yet its not even in the top 100 of the official top 100. Even Queen are at number 4, yet not in the official chart. Justin Bieber has 15 singles in the top 100. Surely some kind of rules or control needs to be altered to the chart. I've noticed since downloading has almost completely took over physical sales of singles, lots of the older artists don't even have hit singles anymore. For example cd singles are almost as extinct as the dinosaurs. But this isn't fair to me, and the top 100 singles charts are so bland its ridiculous. I just hope downloading doesn't have the same affect on the album charts, or we wouldn't see any artists over the age of 25 have hit albums anymore either. It simply wouldn't be worth them being musicians. Something needs to spark a comeback of the physical single, just like vinyl is making a comeback now. Bring back the 7inch vinyl single at a reasonable price I say. Then you'd see artists like Rod Stewart, Status Quo, Pet Shop Boys, even Madonna, back in the top 40, and bring back the diversity we once had.