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* A surprise upset disrupts the top of the charts this week as Austra's "The Future" unexpectedly reclaims #1, overtaking the lead Blue Hawaii's "Lilac" had in the eleventh hour! "The Future" had previously hit #1 for one week in late June before swooning back into the lower regions of the charts and even completely dropping out at one point.

* Blue Hawaii's "Lilac," meanwhile, maintains a solid hold on the #2 position, being one of three songs in the top five to be unchanged from last week. The other two are Austra's "Home," remaining at #4, and TR/ST's "Sulk," ever-so-consistent as it defends the #5 position for the fourth consecutive week.

* Alice in Videoland's "Something New" slides off to #3 this week, but still has a sound footing. The same might not be said of Feathers's "Land of the Innocent," however; giving up its extended vacation in the Top 3 with a four position drop to #7.

* A couple new highs in the Top 10 this week: North Korean anthem "Where Are You, Dear General?" gained one more place to #6 while Ashbury Heights achieved their first Top 10 song with "Phantasmagoria," jumping twenty-one to #8.

* Amidst the recent strength enjoyed by Austra, "Spellwork" re-enters the Top 10 once again to reach its highest position since late April, settling at #9. For the first time since late June, Austra now has three songs simultaneously charting in the Top 10.

* Four new entries this week, led by Club Veg's "Yuppie Rap;" forging a strong debut at #15 despite having only started receiving plays on Wednesday. Of the three new re-entries, Haysi Fantayzee scores the highest at #19 with "John Wayne Is Big Leggy," logging into the charts for the first time in nearly one year.

* The lower half of the Top 20 remains mostly constant. A couple songs joined this section after falling out of the Top 10, Gary Numan's "My Name Is Ruin" bearing the brunt of this decline; dropping seven to hit a new low.


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2Same position as last week
Blue Hawaii - Blooming Summer album cover artwork
4Same position as last week
Austra - "Home" single cover artwork
5Same position as last week
TR/ST - "Sulk" single cover artwork
104Down this week
vivienxo - "TTYN" single cover artwork
113Down this week
Kokoko! - "Tokoliana" single cover artwork
132Down this week
Coska - "Nightdrive" single cover artwork
26-26New this week
Trans-X - "Living On Video" single cover artwork
271Down this week
28-28New this week
Keluar - Vitreum (EP) album cover artwork
313Down this week
Feels - "Gates" single cover artwork
3410Down this week
Austra - "Painful Like" single cover artwork
3614Down this week
3916Down this week
412Down this week
Marsheaux - "August Day" single cover artwork
4615Down this week
47-47New this week
Poeme Electronique - "Voice" single cover artwork
481Down this week
Essaie Pas - "Danse Sociale" single cover artwork
5014Down this week
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Biggest Gainers:

1) Ashbury Heights: "Phantasmagoria" (+21)

2) Ministry: "Stigmata (Remix)" (+19)

3) Marsheaux: "Secret Place" (+16)

 

Biggest Decliners:

1) Ministry: "Golden Dawn" (-27)

2) Nine Year Sister: "Starlight Season" (-16)

3) Postiljonen: "Atlantis" (-16)

 

New Entries:

1) Club Veg: "Yuppie Rap" (#15)

2) Keluar: "Vitreum" (#28)

3) Poeme Electronique: "Voice" (#47)

4) Electrogenic: "Skills" (#49)

 

Re-Entries:

1) Haysi Fantayzee: "John Wayne Is Big Leggy" (#19, previously peaked at #1 for two non-consecutive weeks*)

2) Trans-X: "Living on Video" (#26, previously peaked at #6)

3) Ministry: "(Every Day Is) Halloween" (#32, previously peaked at #3)

 

Drop-Outs:

1) REIN: "(You Call It) Democracy" (previously peaked at #13)

2) Ministry: "Flashback" (previously peaked at #3)

3) Blue Hawaii: "No One Like You" (previously peaked at #8)

4) Still Corners: "Berlin Lovers" (previously peaked at #28)

5) Marsheaux: "Inhale" (previously peaked at #4)

6) Marsheaux: "Come on Now" (previously peaked at #4)

7) Keluar: "Eremus" (previously peaked at #10)

 

New Highs:

1) Austra: "The Future" (#1, also previously held the #1 position for one week)

2) Pochonbo Electronic Ensemble, Kim Jong Il: "Where Are You, Dear General?" (#6)

3) Ashbury Heights: "Phantasmagoria" (#8)

4) Pethrol: "As Far As I Know" (#12)

5) Krystal System: "Automatic Ideology" (#35)

6) Chromatics: "Lady" (#38)

7) Phantogram: "16 Years" (#42)

 

New Lows:

1) Gary Numan: "My Name Is Ruin" (#16)

2) Ten After Dawn: "Melody" (#17)

3) Nordic Resistance Movement: "Håll Fanan Högt" (#33)

4) Marsheaux: "To the End" (#36)

5) Postiljonen: "Atlantis" (#39)

6) Ministry: "Golden Dawn" (#43)

7) Marsheaux: "Get the Balance Right" (#45)

8) Tareq feat. Marsheaux: "Playboy" (#46)

9) Die Perlen: "Farben" (#50)