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Official Singles Chart on 10/6/2012

10 June 2012 - 16 June 2012

The Official UK Singles Chart reflects the UK’s biggest songs of the week, based on audio and video streams, downloads, CDs and vinyl, compiled by the Official Charts Company. The UK Top 40 is broadcast on BBC Radio 1 and MTV, the Top 100 is published exclusively on OfficialCharts.com. View the biggest songs of 2024 so far.


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Thanks https://disqus.com/by/disqus_chkoBLyYXy/ for recommending this chart to me, because I mostly really like it! :D

'Sing' has an absolutely beautiful message behind it & I've always respected Gary Barlow for being so involved in charity campaigns like this.

The debuts for 'Whistle' & 'Scream' inside the Top 5 are awesome too! The former might have some questionable lyrics at times, but it's still really catchy & fun regardless, with Flo Rida bringing a smooth flow to the table to add to the summery vibe. As for the latter, it's a solid club anthem, especially the build-up to the final hook!

Sadly, I don't really remember many of the other debuts elsewhere in the Top 40, although 'All Around The World' was good for a JB song during this era! It's a shame that 'When She Was Mine' crashed so hard in Week 2 (remember, there was no such thing as ACR in 2012) but I've always found Lawson to be an underrated group as a whole.

Finally, I love that big re-entry for 'Need You Now', which was just one spot from tying its peak. Not sure exactly why when the song came out in August 2009, but I'm not exactly complaining, because it's amazing!

That's what stood out to me on this chart, but I might end up getting into more throwback reviews when I get the chance.


Frank Griffin


My review of this chart.

#1. Fun. feat. Janelle Monae: We Are Young.
This is such a great tune and I absoloutley love it. The music in it is brilliant and it is easy to sing along to. It is track 1 on Disc 1 on Now That's What I Call Music 82. I love this song.
#2. Usher: Scream.
one of my favourite Usher songs of all time. The reason why I love this song from Usher the most is because it is more upbeat and makes you want to get up and dance. I can't think of what else I can say about this song.
#3. Rudimental feat. John Newman: Feel The Love. What a great tune this is. Infact, this is actually my favourite song from Rudimental it is another one of those songs that makes you want to get up and dance to. John Newman who does the singing in this kind of reminds of Cee Lo Green because they have a simular singing voice. Solid 10/10.

#4. Train: Drive by. I also love listening to this song as it is upbeat and I that's all I can say about it.
#5. Alex Clare: Too Close. I love this song and it is great for head banging too. I used to hear it on BBC Radio 1 several times in 2012 when it was first released and It is also another one of my favourite songs.

That's all for this Chart review :D