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ONE LOVE RULES U.K. iTUNES  (UPDATE)

Today’s iTunes U.K. charts are packed with tracks performed at One Love Manchester as the concert gets big homepage promo from AppleAriana Grande is #1 with “One Last Time” (Island), followed by singles from The Black Eyed PeasLiam Gallagher and Coldplay. Despite not reforming for the gig, Oasis are #1 on albums with compilation Time Flies… (Big Brother). 

Sales and streams of “One Last Time” are up 53% compared to the same period last week (Friday to Monday), according to Official Charts Co. data.

Three other songs that Grande performed have seen significant boosts on the chart: “Break Free” has re-entered the Top 100 at #63, a sales and streams boost of 139%; “The Way” is up 577% (#81); and “My Everything,” which she sang with the Parrs Wood High School Choir, is at #94, a 141% spike.

Oasis’ “Don’t Look Back In Anger” leaps to #27 and “Live Forever,” delivered by Liam Gallagher at the event, re-enters midweek at #51, up 301% compared to last week.

The Black Eyed Peas’ “Where is the Love” rises to #37 (a 288% boost from last week), and two Coldplay songs re-appear in the Top 100: “Fix You” (#49) and “Viva La Vida” (#77).

 

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