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Official Singles Sales Chart on 11/12/2015

11 December 2015 - 17 December 2015

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

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Dave Knight


I'm not a fan of Fleur East, but I do study the charts a lot, and it always amazes me at how wrong I can be about what I and I'm sure most of us assume is popular, yet Fleur's album entered rather low you'd have to agree at number 14. With even artists such as Enya we haven't heard from for years is at number 10. Most of the people I know reckoned Fleur East should have won the x-factor last year, yet even her single Sax wasn't number 1. Yet for Enya to achieve a hit single would be unthinkable these days. I think my point is why is the difference between albums and singles so different and unpredictable these days? When I was young popular artists had top ten singles and albums, not just one or the other. Has the media done this on purpose by the way it promotes artists? Another example is Pink Floyd can be number 1 in the albums charts, or even their lead vocalist David Gilmour who just enjoyed a number 1 album as a solo artist, which most people under 30 won't know who we're talking about, yet why can't they get into the official singles charts? Yet Justin Biebre can have 15 singles in the top 100. The whole industry seems a joke!!