The Pop Chart – July 6, 2009

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Rank. Artist, Title (Last Week, Peak Position, Weeks On Chart)

1. Mpho, Box N Locks (3, 1, 6)*
2. La Roux, Bulletproof (1, 1, 9)
3. Ash, Return Of White Rabbit (9, 3, 4)
4. Mando Diao, Gloria (2, 2, 7)
5. Cass McCombs feat. Karen Black, Dreams Come True Girl (6, 5, 5)
6. The Horrors, Who Can Say? (4, 4, 8)
7. Marilyn Manson, Armageddon (12, 7, 4)
8. Official Secrets Act, Bloodsport (8, 8, 7)
9. Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Heads Will Roll (5, 5, 6)
10. Bat For Lashes, Pearl’s Dream (11, 10, 6)

11. Pixie Lott, Mama Do (Uh Oh Uh Oh) (14, 11, 5)
12. Freemasons feat. Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Heartbreak Make Me A Dancer (18, 12, 3)
13. Dorrough Music, Ice Cream Paint Job (7, 7, 7)
14. Lady GaGa, Paparazzi (19, 14, 4)
15. Royksopp feat. Robyn, The Girl and the Robot (17, 15, 7)
16. Kelly Clarkson, I Do Not Hook Up (10, 5, 11) LONGEST CHART SITTER
17. eels, Fresh Blood (16, 16, 5)
18. Noisettes, Never Forget You (31, 18, 2) GREATEST GAIN
19. Depeche Mode, Peace (23, 19, 3)
20. We Were Promised Jetpacks, Quiet Little Voices (25, 20, 3)

21. Mos Def, Casa Bey (24, 21, 5)
22. The Veronicas, Take Me On The Floor (13, 13, 6)
23. Polly Scattergood, Please Don’t Touch (15, 3, 10)
24. Girls Can’t Catch, Keep Your Head Up (37, 24, 2) GREATEST GAIN
25. Lovelikefire, Stand In My Shoes (30, 25, 3)
26. Lylloo, Mon Tel (28, 26, 4)
27. Cherri V, Til The Sun Comes Up (NEW) HIGHEST DEBUT
28. Franz Ferdinand, Can’t Stop Feeling (NEW)
29. Fever Ray, Triangle Walks (34, 29, 2)
30. Taylor Swift, You Belong With Me (35, 30, 3)

31. Florence and the Machine, Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up!) (39, 31, 2)
32. Little Boots, New In Town (20, 3, 10)
33. All Time Low, Damned If I Do (Damned If I Don’t) (32, 32, 3)
35. Kissy Sell Out, This Kiss (22, 1, 9)
36. Kish Mauve, Matthew (40, 36, 2)
37. Jarvis Cocker, Angela (NEW)
38. Flash Republic, Twister (21, 6, 7) BIGGEST DROP
39. Asobi Seksu, Me & Mary (27, 1, 11) LONGEST CHART SITTER
40. Peter Bjorn and John, It Don’t Move Me (NEW)

*Unrelated to anything, here’s what Mpho’s last.fm page suggests for similar artists.

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If you’re unfamiliar with Bob McFadden, check out 1959’s The Mummy, off the album Songs Our Mummy Taught Us.

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