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UK Single Chart Position for March 4, 2007

March 6, 2007 (9:25 am) GMT
Topping the chart this week is Take That with its single "Shine", the second #1 single from the album "Beautiful World" (2006).

Success entails the reunion of members as the single "Shine" illuminates brightly at the top position of UK Chart on March 4, 2007. It becomes the band's second #1 single from the album "" and consequently, the tenth in their entire music career as a band. With such record, the band breaks the tie to and that both hold 9 counts

Previously sitting at No. 10, the climb of "Shine" has replaced "Ruby" by that now positions itself at no. 2. Coming in at no. 3 is featuring that rises steadily from no. 7 through the single "The Sweet Escape". Taking a little plunge from no. 2 to No. 4 is the newcomer with his song "Grace Kelly".

Meanwhile, rock band 's single "How to Save a Life" maintains its position at no. 5 with ' "Lil Star" featuring entailing behind. The void no. 7 is filled by The Gossip's "Standing In the Way of Control", just one position ahead of who just entered the chart this week with the song "Miracle". Standing in at No. 9 and 10 are Akon's "I Wanna Love You" featuring and 's "What Goes Around Comes Around" respectively.

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