Friday, September 02, 2005


We're not entirely sure how historic something can be when it's the fifth time something's happened, and the third time in about five years, but apparently it's historical that Mariah Carey is at number one and number two in the US singles chart this week.

What is curious is that it proves that not even Mariah has the power to dislodge We Belong Together from the number one slot - and if she can't get rid of herself, who else will?

Equally not-quite-as-exciting-as-it-sounds-at-first is Franz Ferdinand getting the second highest new entry on the US chart - because, first, they're in at 83, and second, they've been beaten by Nickelback.

1 comment:

dickvandyke said...

And she really does resemble a lightly fried pork sausage.

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