So this time around Avril Lavigne has gone back to the miserable version of herself, lest we actually think she might enjoy her profession. Well done love; When You're Gone isn't awful of course, but neither is it particularly good.
Soulmate by Natasha Bedingfield makes certain people cry. I just think it's another of those decent but ultimately dull songs that she tends to turn out every so often.
Beverley Knight keeps plugging away god bless her.
I do like that new Fall Out Boy one. One of my favourites from the surprisingly good album.
The Heinrich Maneuver by Interpol is a good indication of what Editors should be doing instead of going all Coldplay on us.
That's about as far as I get, but at least it's a less cursory glance at the weeks singles than my last couple of efforts.
In closing I would just like to say how happy I am that Kate Nash is at number two in the new charts. It's astounding on so many levels, not least that by the very fact of me liking her prior to this I should currently be ecstatic that she's reached number 74 in the charts or something. In fact her presence in the top 10 makes up for the fact that The Enemy, The Hoosiers, Jack Penate (aka The Gay Lumberjack *) and Kelly Rowland are also in this weeks top 10.
* Please note the term "Gay Lumberjack" when used in reference to Jack Penate is the copyright of EG Enterprises