Thursday, 18 December 2014

Top of the Pops, 18th December 2014

It's the week before Christmas and the race for Christmas number 1 is too close to call. Two of the runners and riders are here in the form of Band Aid and Uptown Funk, although we can only show the video in both cases. It's also Wizzard's turn for a festive vault-dredging.

In non-festive action, metalcore gets a rare bit of TOTP representation in the form of Bring Me The Horizon, one of three new entries from three TOTP first-timers, and there is a barn-storming eighth appearance of the year from friends of the show and alarming chart yo-yos One Direction. Finally, George Ezra debuts single number 3, with a burst of Budapest thrown in as a bonus.

Debuts: KStewart, Fifth Harmony, Bring Me The Horizon, Mark Ronson.

Band Aid 30 - Do They Know Its Christmas?

Up 9 to number 3

George Ezra - Budapest / Listen To The Man

Up 6 to number 23 / Up 5 to number 41

Oliver Heldens ft. KStewart - Last All Night (Koala)

In at number 5

Fifth Harmony - Bo$$

In at number 21

Bring Me The Horizon - Drown

In at number 17

From the Vault: Wizzard - I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day

Up 17 to number 35

One Direction - Night Changes

High Climber - Up 12 to number 7

Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars - Uptown Funk

Straight in at number 1


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