Thursday, 4 December 2014

Top of the Pops, 4th December 2014

It's an unusually left-field line-up this week. Sure, Take That are at number 1, but the other notable new entries come from an extraordinarily slow ballad (Labrinth) and an unprecedented pop-pop-punk supergroup (McBusted).

Lower down we have film music from James Newton Howard (with J-Law's vocals, played over a Hunger Games montage) and some tips for next year in Years and Years and James Bay. And the Christmas cheer starts here: we take the first of our annual digs into the festive vault and bring out Mariah Carey.

Debuts: McBusted, James Bay.

McBusted - Air Guitar

In at number 12

Sam Smith - Like I Can

Up 2 to number 15

James Newton Howard - The Hanging Tree

In at number 14

Years and Years - Desire

In at number 22

James Bay - Hold Back The River

In at number 18

From the Vault: Mariah Carey - All I Want For Christmas Is You

Up 16 to number 52

Labrinth - Jealous

In at number 7

Take That - These Days

Straight in at number 1

PRESENTERS: Duffy and Heidi Range dressed as reindeer

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