2007 in British music charts

2007 In British Music Charts

2007 in British music charts

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This is a summary of the year 2007 in British music. It was the first year of digital download being fully integrated into the charts, leading to many songs not given physical releases to enter the chart on download sales alone. Leona Lewis had the most successful single of the year, with Bleeding Love, which achieved 787,652 sales. Her album, Spirit became the fastest-selling debut album in Britain of all time. Rihanna spent ten weeks at number 1 with the song Umbrella, the longest stay for any artist at number 1 for thirteen years and the 2nd best successful single of the year, and Amy Winehouse had the biggest selling album of the year with Back to Black. A number one single sold 55,425 copies a week on average.

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2007 began with the introduction of new chart rules meaning that all songs legally download over the internet can count towards chart positions, whether or not a "physical" version of a song is available to purchase."" bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 2007-01-07. Although Leona Lewis stayed at number one in her first week, the change was felt further down the charts with songs such as "Crazy" by Gnarls Barkley, "Maneater" by Nelly Furtado, "You Don't Know" by Eminem all returning to the charts on downloads alone.Also, as a result of downloads being eligible at any time, JoJo charted at number twenty-two with "Too Little Too Late", two weeks before physical release....
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