Wednesday, May 18, 2005

WORRYING NEWS FOR THE GALLAGHERS

Haven't seen the official midweek figures yet, but the constantly updating Amazon sales chart suggests that Lyla is managing a sluggish mid-20s position in the overall rankings. Not exactly setting the world aflame, then.


6 comments:

Simon said...

The midweeks are out, and, almost needless to say, it's a mile clear, about three to one over Akon.

Much more intriguing news lower down, though, as Antony & The Johnsons might score a surprise Top 40 entry. Unless those download additions that encourage the growth of new music so much keep Phantom Planet or someone in the chart for another pointless week instead.

simon h b said...

Curious, and disappointing...

simon h b said...

(the number one slot for Oasis, I mean)

Alan Connor said...

I love this Round Table-style review, feat. Popular Tom Ewing.

Simon said...

Buying singles on Amazon, especially standalone, doesn't make a great deal of sense, though. Why pay £2.99+P&P of about £1.75 when you could nip down the shops and buy it for £1.99? It's number two on the Amazon singles list, anyway, behind, er, Amarillo (mind you, Wolfman and Doherty's For Lovers is at 8)

Filbert said...

Noel, Liam, don't take it too hard. Being the new Status Quo means that you won't always have number ones, but your loyal fans will always buy your output, even when it's a stinking pile of number two.

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