Number One is number one

Paul Williams

It is the first number one for all concerned, and also the first number one for the 4th & Broadway label. Established 26 years ago as a dance imprint of the then independent Island label, 4th & Broadway was mothballed in 1997 after its last single, Tinted Eyes by Sprinkler, sold fewer than 500 copies. It was revived a decade later by Universal, which by now owned Island.

Number 1 sold 72,257 copies last week to deny La Roux's In ...

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