Wednesday, November 30, 2016

German Sweep: November 30, 2016...


Here's the top ten hits in Germany this week, according to their official singles chart, as Rag N' Bone Man holds on top for a ninth week...

1. "Human" - Rag N' Bone Man (1)
2. "Rockabye" - Clean Bandit featuring Anne-Marie & Sean Paul (2)
3. "Would I Lie To You?" - David Guetta & Cedric Gervais featuring Chris Willis (3)
4. "Starboy" - The Weeknd featuring Daft Punk (4)
5. "Chöre" - Mark Forster (6)
6. "Say You Won't Let Go" - James Arthur (8)
7. "My Way" - Calvin Harris (5)
8. "The Greatest" - Sia featuring Kendrick Lamar (9)
9. "The Sound Of Silence" - Disturbed (7)
10. "Closer" - The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey (10)

There are no entries in the top ten this week; further down the chart, Berlin-based DJ/producer Alle Farben reaches the top-40 at #30 with "Bad Ideas". It's the follow-up to his former top-ten hit "Please Tell Rosie"...


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Rapper Sido, also from Berlin, comes in at #34 with "Masafaka" featuring Kool Savas. His last single to reach the top-40 as a lead artist, "Astronaut", went to #1 last year...


Meanwhile, on the albums chart in Germany, American metal giants Metallica return at #1 with Hardwired...To Self Destruct. It's their eighth #1 album, which is all their studio sets since their 1991 self-titled masterpiece and including a live album and a covers album...


 Sido takes the runner-up spot with his seventh studio release Das Goldene Album. He's topped this chart twice before in 2008 and 2013...


Schlager queen Helene Fischer's holiday-themed Weihnachten ("Christmas") album with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, which topped the albums chart here for four week about a year ago, races back into the top ten at #3...


Depeche Mode makes it in at #6 with their DVD Video Singles Collection (these types are allowed on the chart). The 3-disc set contains 55 of their best clips...


Bruno Mars arrives at #9 with his third album 24k Magic. His debut set Doo-Wops and Hooligans went to #1...








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