Arctic Monkeys Cover Of The Beatles' "Come Together" To Land In Top 20
Posted by Joseph Lee on 08.02.2012
NME reports that the Arctic Monkeys cover of The Beatles "Come Together" will likely hit the top twenty on the official UK Singles chart at #19. The band performed the song last Friday at the Olympic Opening Ceremony.
Meanwhile, Florence and the Machine's "Spectrum" may lose the #1 spot to Wiley's "Heatwave", as well as being knocked down by Calvin Harris and Example's "We'll Be Coming Be Back", causing it to fall to #3. Maroon 5 and Karmin will take four and five, respectively.
The other high debut belongs to Underworld's Olympics song "Caliban's Dream", which will come in at #7.
On the albums chart, Conor Maynard's Contrast will likely get #1, knocking Plan B's Ill Manors to #2. The album is also outselling Ben Drew's new soundtrack and Chase and Status singer Delilah's solo album Roots, currently at #3. Emeli Sande and Maroon 5 will take four and five, while Mike Oldfield's Two Sides: The Very Best Of goes to #6 after his appearance at the Olympics.
Rick Ross will likely debut at #7 with God Forgives, I Don't, The Gaslight Anthem's Handwritten will take #11 and Ed Sheeran, Rihanna and Adele take up the rest of the top ten. Blur's 21 boxset will get #33. Testament will hit #34 with their album Dark Roots On Earth.