UK iTunes charts: Gary Barlow tops album, singles charts with Sing
Gary Barlow and the Commonwealth Band topped the Official iTunes UK tracks and albums charts for the week of June 3-9.
The Take That frontman joined forces with the Commonwealth Band and the Military Wives from the fourth season of the BBC Twenty/Twenty television show The Choir to top the iTunes UK tracks chart with Sing - written especially for the Queen's Jubilee. The single, which features Prince Harry on the tambourine, is also the only number one single to feature a member of the British Royal Family.
The single has also become the biggest selling of 2012 so far, shifting over 140,000 copies following the Jubilee concert, according to the Official Charts Company.
Gary Barlow and the Commonwealth Band also occupy the number one spot on the album charts.
UK iTunes charts for the week of June 3-9:
1 Gary Barlow & The Commonwealth Band, "Sing" (Commonwealth Version) [feat. Military Wives]
2 Flo Rida, "Whistle"
3 Fun., "We Are Young"
4 Rudimental, "Feel the Love"
5 Usher, "Scream"
6 DJ Fresh, "The Power (feat. Dizzee Rascal)"
7 Carly Rae Jepsen, "Call Me Maybe"
8 Rihanna,Coldplay, "Princess of China"
9 Rihanna, "Where Have You Been"
10 Alex Clare, "Too Close"
1 Gary Barlow & The Commonwealth Band, Sing
2 Ed Sheeran, +
3 Coldplay, Mylo Xyloto
4 Various Artists, Now That's What I Call Music! 81
5 Various Artists, 90s Groove - Ministry of Sound
6 Bo Bruce, Search The Night EP
7 Knife Party, Rage Valley - EP
8 Paloma Faith, Fall to Grace
9 Rihanna, Talk That Talk
10 Jessie J, Who You Are