Wednesday, October 05, 2016

German Sweep: October 5, 2016...






Here's the top ten hits in Germany this week, according to their official singles chart, as British singer Rag'N'Bone Man lands his first #1 hit...

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

Australian singer/songwriter Sia scores on her sixth top-10 hit with "The Greatest", featuring American rapper Kendrick Lamar.


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Further down the chart, German pop singers Sarah Connor and Henning Wehland land at #24 with "Bonnie & Clyde"...


Rapper Miami Yacine, not from Florida but the Germany city of Dortmund, drops in at #36 with "Kokaina", which you can fathom what it's about...


Meanwhile, on the albums chart in Germany, rappers Bonez MC & RAF Camora return to #1 for a second non-consecutive week with Palmen Aus Plastik...

Canadian YouTube star and pop singer Shawn Mendes enters at #2 with his second album Illuminate. That's a big difference from his debut, Handwritten, which went to #43. At the same time, new single "Mercy" climbs into the top-40 here...


Australian rock band Airbourne take the #3 spot with Breakin' Outta Hell. It's their third trip to the top-5, and highest rank as yet...


Bruce Springsteen's accompanying CD to his autobiography Born To Run, named Chapter and Verse, books in at #4. He's topped the albums chart eight times in Germany in his career..


English indie-folk singer/songwriter Passenger (aka Mike Rosenberg), comes in at #6. It's his third disc to peak at that position...


Argentinian-born British singer Chris DeBurgh sails in at #7 with A Better World. It's his 17th top-ten album - three have gone to #1...


Blues-rock veteran Joe Bonamassa enters at #8 with Live At The Greek Theatre...


British progressive-rock group Marillion take the #10 spot with FEAR...


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