Take That and Kaisers share chart spoils

The chart's own war of the roses - with Manchester's veteran boy band Take That representing Lancashire and Leeds lads The Kaiser Chiefs proudly carrying the flag for Yorkshire - ends up all square this week, writes Alan Jones.
Providing the highest weekly sale of 2007 by far, The Kaiser Chiefs debut at number one with their second album Yours Truly, Angry Mob, while Shine extends Take That's run of number one singles to more than 13 1/2 ...

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