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The Chart Show (Plus DVD Extras) - 24/08/08

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Beth | 18:10 UK time, Sunday, 24 August 2008

Fearne & ReggieHola! We're in a darn good mood here at Chart Blog because it's a Bank Holiday weekend, but don't worry we've not forgotten to give you yet more juicy, uncut interviews straight from The Radio 1 Chart Show. Probably the only place on earth you'll get radio outtakes, and that's the way we like it...

They made it to number 16 in this week's chart with Steve McQueen, so Rob from The Automatic battled with a crackly phone to chat with Reggie about chart nerves and their love for the man on the motorbiike...








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Keane are back (they got to number 26 dontcha know!) with a completely different sound - Rich tells us here about musical saws and band mates sharing bath-tubs.







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Imani and Adam from Little Jackie tear up the studio all the way from Brooklyn, NYC with drumming and hi-jinks. We like.







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Enjoyed those? Don't go yet - here's Top 5 High 5.

Top 5 High 5

AND IN ACTUAL LETTERS MAKING UP PROPER WORDS, HERE'S THIS WEEK'S TOP 5:

1: Katy Perry - 'I Kissed A Girl'
2: The Script - 'The Man Who Can't Be Moved'
3: Kid Rock - 'All Summer Long'
4: Rhianna - 'Disturbia'
5: Madcon - 'Beggin'

Here's the Top 40 in full...

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    It's Imani, not Armani. Just because she was a one hit wonder here in the States back in the late 90's doesn't mean that you need to butcher her name like that. :p Little Jackie rocks, BTW! :) Kudos on the interview!

 

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