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Music Charts: 'Get Lucky' wins Daft Punk their first ever UK number one

As this week's charts roll in, it's no real surprise to see that Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky' has earned them their first ever UK number one.

Just two days after release, the French house duo entered the UK charts at number 3 with the track, which features guest vocals from Pharrell Williams. This week, the disco jam hit number one, reports the Official Charts Company. If you're not one of the 155,000 people who bought the track last week, you can do so here.

This has knocked Rudimental down to two with their track 'Waiting All Night', whilst Will.I.Am's latest track '#thatpower' sits at number three.

Will.I.Am enters at number 3 in this week's album charts as well, with the similarly titled '#WillPower', being held back by folk-punk artist Frank Turner, who sits at number 2 with his fifth album 'Tape Deck Heart'.

Michael Buble is still untouched at the top of the album charts however, with his latest 'To Be Loved' remaining in the top spot for the second week in a row.

You can get a full run down of this week's music charts over on officialcharts.com





Edited On 29 Apr, 2013

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Pyroloveridge's avatar
Pyroloveridge 4 years ago
Daft Punk's Tron Legacy OST is still my fave OST of all time
troublemaker's avatar
troublemaker 4 years ago
I heard this for the first time at the weekend, and it just didn't sound like the Daft Punk I know and remember from back in the day. Didn't like it at all!
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DynamiteWhyte 4 years ago
It's my ring tone at the moment. Brilliant song. Pharrell is the man and DP are just class. Can't wait for more of his Colabs and DPs new album.
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Jake Green 4 years ago
I can definitely see where you're coming from, troublemaker. It took a bit of time to grow on me at first. I was initially unsure of a proper, 'human' vocal track and wasn't sure if Williams was the guy to do it, but it quickly became one of my favourite tracks in a while. In a world of electronic shtick, it's nice to see them put the effort in to make dance music that sounds fresh and human, whilst still sounding - to me, at least - enough like Daft Punk to be instantly recognisable.
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troublemaker 4 years ago
My tastes have changed alot from the days of "Around The World" so I didn't expect to love it. But after their pretty stellar work on Tron (and being probably the best bit of that entire god awful film) I expected a little more.

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