Crazy Is Third Time Lucky
Pop phenomenon GNARLS BARKLEY's CRAZY has held on to top spot in the UK charts for a third successive week. The newcomer duo's song, which has made history by becoming the first British number one based solely on download sales, beat off competition from THE X FACTOR winner SHAYNE WARD with NO PROMISES. U2/MARY J BLIGE collaboration ONE slips one place to third in the charts, while ORSON's NO TOMORROW stays put at number four. Meanwhile R+B starlet RIHANNA boasts the second highest new entry with SOS, which makes its debut at five. In the album chart MIKE SKINNER is celebrating his second chart-topper with THE STREETS' THE HARDEST WAY TO MAKE A LIVING. The record, bemoaning the pressures of celebrity, goes straight to number one ahead of MASSIVE ATTACK's greatest hits collection COLLECTED.