The UK has it's second ever download only number 1 single this week with Mika's 'Grace Kelly' joining 'Crazy' by Gnarls Barkley in that exclusive but sure to grow club.

The singer, who originates from Lebanon, entered last week at 3 and will release the CD version of this single next Monday (Jan 29).

It's a sign of the times with no new entries in the top ten despite a number of major single releases last week. Just Jack spends a second week in the top ten with 'Stars in Their Eyes' climbing to 2, The View 'Same Jeans' is up to 3, Ordinary boys 'I Love You' climbs to 7 and the biggest rise was Jamie T as 'Calm Down Dearest' climbs over thirty places to 9 with the CD out last week.

Lower down there are two notable download only new entries. American rock act The Fray are in at 29 with 'How To Save A Life'. The song which was the biggest seller on US iTunes in 2006 charts nine weeks ahead of it's single release in the UK and is being tipped as one of the year's potential big sellers. By way of contrast, following a Radio 1 Breakfast Show campaign the new chart rules have been tested with Billy Piper (now better known for being in Dr Who) re-entering at 17 with 'Honey To The Bee'. In case you cared this track originally reached number 3 in 1999.

Elsewhere Damon Albarn is back as The Good The Bad and the Queen 'Kingdom of Doom' enters at 20, Guillemots 'Annie Let's Not Wait' is in at 27 and My Chemical Romance 'Famous Last Words' charts at 38 due to downloads sales.

In the album chart 'Back to Black' from Amy Winehouse stays at the top with Fratellis, Snow Patrol, Razorlight, Lily Allen, Paolo Nutini and Kasabian all having strong sales weeks.

My Chemical Romance returned to the top twenty this week with 'Welcome to the Black Parade' and Paul Weller's 'Hit Parade' re-enters the chart at 18.

There's a load of new albums release tomorrow that are expected to sell well over the next seven days including the Debut from
The View.

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