Pink, Paul Weller Overtake U.K. Charts

Pink, Paul Weller Overtake U.K. Charts

Yesterday's (Sept. 22) new U.K. sales charts featured a first No. 1 single for Pink and, at the other extreme, a new No. 1 album for Paul Weller, who first topped that survey with the Jam in 1982. Pink's "Just Like a Pill" (Arista) became Britain's best-selling single amid strong competition, in a week that featured no fewer than seven new entries in the top-10.
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

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This Day in Music

This Day in Music

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