Thursday, January 06, 2005

CLOSER THAN THE WASHINGTON GUBERNATORIAL ELECTIONS: It's rare that the annual charts are anything other than a foregone conclusion, but the 2004 year's album chart was neck and neck up until the last minute: indeed, so close was the race that Radio One announced the wrong winner, hailing Keane's Hopes and Fears as the best-seller. Actually, Scissor Sisters had a better News Year Eve and nudged themselves in front of Keane by just 582 copies.

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