Sunday, January 13, 2013

Bowie's "Where Are We Now?" #6 on UK Top 40

Bowie's Where Are We Now? #6 on UK Top 40

In addition to the recent high ranks on the iTunes charts, David Bowie's new single "Where Are We Now?" is currently #6 on the The Official UK Top 40 Singles Chart. This is Bowie's highest UK chart entry in the past 20 years when 'Jump They Say' reached Number 9 in 1993. The album that includes this single "The Next Day" has also performed very well on the iTunes charts and will be officially released on March 8th.

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6 comments:

  1. Keep going! Everybody buy the single! Or re-buy the single!

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  2. On my god! I have to here it.

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  3. Here's what Duncan tweeted:
    Adam Capella@Adam_Capella

    @ManMadeMoon I see BBC Radio 1 on your radio. Do you miss the motherland?

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    12m Duncan Jones@ManMadeMoon

    @Adam_Capella yes... But listening to cheer when they announce dad charting. Know he did the same for me when Source Code charted.

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  5. What da fuque? David Bowie, Mick Jagger, Paul McCartney are all popular again. Why is that? Does modern day rock music suck that bad? No, it doesn't. So why is that holy trio still worshipped so much?

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