Wednesday, October 12, 2016

German Sweep: October 12, 2016...


Here's the top 10 hits in Germany this week, according to their official singles chart, as British blues artist Rag N Bone Man spends a second week at #1...

1. "Human" - Rag N'Bone Man (1)
2. "Let Me Love You" - DJ Snake featuring Justin Bieber (2)
3. "Closer" - The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey (3)
4. "The Greatest" - Sia featuring Kendrick Lamar (7)
5. "The Sound Of Silence" - Disturbed (4)
6. "Don't Be So Shy" - Imany (5)
7. "Holz" - 257ers (DEBUT)
8. "Cold Water" - Major Lazer featuring Justin Bieber & MØ (6)
9. "Heathens" - twenty-one pilots (10)
10. "My Way" - Calvin Harris (DEBUT)

German comic hip-hop duo 257ers, from Essen, land their first top-10 hit with "Holz" ("Wood")...


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Scottish DJ/producer Calvin Harris follows up his "This Is What You Came For", with Rihanna, with his own solo "My Way" at #10 (sorry, there's no video/audio for the track as yet...)

Further down the chart, Turkish-born rapper KC Rebell, also from Essen, returns to the top-40 at #31 with "Leer" ("Empty")...


Meanwhile, on the albums chart in Germany, Swedish goth-metal band Opeth claim the #1 spot in their first week with Sorceress. It's their first chart-topper in this country...


Swiss electronica veterans Yello are back at #2 with their first album in seven years, Toy. It's their third top-10 album and highest rank as yet...


Berlin-born rapper Manuellsen comes in at #3 with Gangland, matching the peak of his last set Killemall...


Lukas Rieger, a singer from Hannover who appeared on this country's version of The Voice Kids, enters at #4 with Compass...


Irish rock icon Van Morrison flies in at #6 with Keep Me Singing....


Folk rock band Bon Iver is back at #7 with 22, A Million...


Monika Martin, a pop and schlager singer from Austria, lands at #8 with Sehnsucht nach Liebe ("Longing For Love")...


Dutch symphonic metal act Epica make it into the top ten for the first time at #9 with The Holographic Principle...






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