Thom grabs singles chart top spot

After nine weeks at number one, Gnarls Barkley's debut single Crazy finally signs off, allowing Sandi Thom's I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker to complete its own trip to the top, writes Alan Jones.
Elsewhere in the singles chart, the highest new entry pairs veteran campaigner Ronan Keating and first-time chartmaker Kate Rusby, there are big climbers from Keane, Pink and Oakenfold and a plethora of hits linked to the upcming World Cup tournament. Meanwhile, Red Hot Chili ...

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