For the sixth consecutive week, Tony Christie's "(Is This the Way To) Amarillo" (UMTV) tops the U.K. singles chart, ahead of the penultimate reissue in RCA's Elvis Presley reissue series, "Way Down,"

For the sixth consecutive week, Tony Christie's "(Is This the Way To) Amarillo" (UMTV) tops the U.K. singles chart, ahead of the penultimate reissue in RCA's Elvis Presley reissue series, "Way Down," which arrived at No. 2.

Nine Inch Nails returned to the upper reaches of the chart at No. 7 with "The Hand That Feeds" (Universal Island), the band's first top 10 single in Britain (indeed, its first top 20 entry), 14 years after first charting with "Head Like a Hole." The Caesars scored a debut hit at No. 8 with "Jerk It Out" (Virgin), prominently featured in commercials for Apple's iPod.

The effects of the new download sales element on the new chart are hard to detect with the naked eye, but they do produce one rare phenomenon of recent times: a climber, in the shape of Gorillaz' "Feel Good Inc" (Parlophone), which jumped 32-21.

On the U.K. album chart, Akon's "Trouble" (Universal) completed a remarkable climb to No. 1 in its 12th chart week, with Razorlight's "Up All Night" (Mercury) racing 46-5 following the success of the band's latest single, "Somewhere Else."

Across the continent, 50 Cent's "The Massacre" (Interscope) bounced back to the top of the European Top 100 Albums chart, while Mario's "Let Me Love You" (J/Sony BMG) starts its fourth week atop the Eurochart Hot 100 Singles roundup.