Wednesday, September 28, 2016

German Sweep: September 28, 2016...


Here's the top ten hits in Germany this week, according to that country's official singles chart, as DJ Snake and Justin Bieber remain at #1 for a second week...

1. "Let Me Love You" - DJ Snake featuring Justin Bieber (1)
2. "Human" - Rag N' Bone Man (6)
3. "Closer" - The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey (2)
4. "Don't Be So Shy" - Imany (3)
5. "Cold Water" - Major Lazer featuring Justin Bieber & MØ (4)
6. "The Sound Of Silence" - Disturbed (9)
7. "Bonfire" - Felix Jaehn featuring Alma (5)
8. "Ohne Mein Team" - Bonez MC & RAF Camora featuring Maxwell (7)
9. "Erkläre mir die Liebe" - Philipp Poisel (DEBUT)
10. "Heathens" - twenty-one pilots (RE-ENTRY)

Pop singer Philipp Poisel, from the Baden-Wurttemberg region in the southwest, returns to the chart at #9 with "Erkläre mir die Liebe" ("Explain Love To Me"). This is his fourth top-10 hit; he made it to #4 in 2011 with "Eiserner Steg"...


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Further down the chart, Swedish singer Zara Larsson lands her fourth top-40 hit with "Ain't My Fault". She went to #1 as a featured singer on David Guetta's "This One's For You"...


Dutch rappers Lil Kleine and Ronnie Flex drop in at #36 with "Stoff und Schnaps" ("Fabric and Spirits"). (you can check out the video by clicking here...)

Meanwhile on the albums chart in Germany, "medieval folk/rock" band Schandmaul, from Munich, top the chart in their first week with Leuchtfeuer [Light beacons]. It's their first to go to #1...


Kastelruther Spatzen, a more traditional folk band, this time from South Tyrol in Northern Italy, comes in at #2 with Die Sonne scheint für alle (The Sun Shines For All). It's their fourteenth record to make the top ten...


On the totally other side of the musical coin at #3 is melodic death metal band Heaven Shall Burn from the central state of Thuringia with Wanderer. It's their third top-10 set...


Hanybal, an Egyptian/German rapper from Frankfurt, enters at #4 with Haramstufe Rot (Forbidden Level Red)...


British rock titans Led Zeppelin bring their Complete BBC Sessions to #7, making it their eleventh top ten release in Germany; they topped the chart here with Led Zeppelin II back in 1970, and then again in 2012 with Celebration Day...


Phillip Boa, an indie-rock singer/guitarist from the city of Dortmund, arrives at #8 with Blank Expression: A History Of Singles 1986-2016 with his band the Voodoo Club...


and right under the top ten at #11 is German 'boy-band' Feuerherz (Fire Heart) with Genau Wie Du (Just Like You)...







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