So far in 2005, there have been 66 Top 10 entries in 11 weeks, an average of six a week, Elvis Presley alone is responsible for a sixth of them.
The Presley reissue juggernaut rolls on as "She's Not You" - originally a number one hit in 1962 - debuts at number three providing the late singer with his 11th top three single in as many weeks. First week sales of 26,424 for the Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller and Doc Pomus song bring cumulative sales of Presley singles in 2005 to 383,268 - 8.64% of overall 2005 singles sales. The first reissue in the series - "Jailhouse Rock" - remains the biggest seller, with sales to date of 39,001. "Are You Lonesome Tonight" is next, with sales of 38,306.
Taking the No.1 spot was "(Is This The Way To) Amarillo?" by Tony Christie with 266,844 copies sold. In second spot was the McFly single "All About You'/'You've Got A Friend" wich sold 73,770 copies.