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The UK Singles Chart and UK Albums Chart are two of many music charts compiled by the Official Charts Company that calculates the best-selling singles/albums of the week in the United Kingdom.[1] Since 2004 the chart has been based on the sales of both physical singles/albums and digital downloads, with airplay figures excluded from the official chart. A total of 31 singles (1 of which claimed the top spot in 2012) and 35 albums (3 of which claimed the top spot in 2012) have claimed the top spot in 2013.

Every song which reached number one between 21 April and 7 July sold over 100,000 copies during its first week of sales although it failed to break a record which was previously held in 1997 where the number one single would sell 100,000 copies or more in its first week of sales every week from 22 June 1997 through to the end of 1997.

Album sales however, were at an all time low. It was the first time since 1984 where an artist album failed to sell over a million copies.

Following the release of David Bowie's comeback single "Where Are We Now", singles became eligible to chart, before the release of its parent album.

In the singles chart, James Arthur returned to the top of the charts, having reached number one in 2012 with "Impossible". Bingo Players, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Avicii, Nicky Romero, The Saturdays, PJ & Duncan, Duke Dumont, Daft Punk, Naughty Boy, Robin Thicke, Icona Pop, John Newman, Miley Cyrus, Ellie Goulding, OneRepublic, Lorde, Storm Queen, Martin Garrix, Alesso and Sam Bailey all claimed their first number 1 single as a lead artist.

In the albums chart, Calvin Harris, Emeli Sandé and Mumford & Sons returned to the top of the charts, having reached number one in 2012 with 18 Months, Our Version of Events and Babel. Biffy Clyro, Bastille, Rudimental, Caro Emerald, Daft Punk, Disclosure, Tom Odell, JAY Z, Robin Thicke, Jahméne Douglas, Richard & Adam, Avenged Sevenfold, The 1975, Haim, Miley Cyrus and John Newman have all claimed their first number 1 album.

Emeli Sandé continued her chart success in the albums chart when her album Our Version of Events, which was the biggest selling album in 2012 was also the biggest selling album in 2013 throughout its entirety until it was surpassed during the final week of 2013 by One Direction's third album Midnight Memories, which ended the year as 2013's biggest selling album, pushing Sandé into second place.

"Blurred Lines" by Robin Thicke featuring T.I. & Pharrell Williams has spent the most weeks at number one in the singles with five and Les Misérables by Les Misérables, The Impossible Dream by Richard & Adam and Swings Both Ways by Robbie Williams have all spent the most weeks at number one in the albums with four.

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Chart summary[edit]

January[edit]

Week one (30 December 2012 – 5 January 2013)[edit]

In the final chart of 2012, James Arthur returned to number one with "Impossible", knocking The Justice Collective's cover of "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" down 4 places to number 5.

Week two (6–12 January)[edit]

James Arthur's "Impossible" remained at number 1 for a third non-consecutive week and will.i.am & Britney Spears' "Scream & Shout" remained at number 2 for a third week non-consecutive week.

Many songs still continued to climb high in the charts, such as Pitbull's "Don't Stop the Party", climbing 9 places to number 12, Pink's "Try", climbing 8 places to number 14, Calvin Harris and Florence Welch's "Sweet Nothing", climbing 7 places to number 18, highest climber DJ Fresh & Ms Dynamite's "Gold Dust", climbing 12 places to number 22, Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe", climbing 8 places to number 25, Disclosure's "Latch", climbing 8 places to number 27, Kanye West and Jay-Z's "Niggas in Paris", climbing 7 places to number 30 and finally Sam and the Womp's "Bom Bom", climbing 6 places to number 33.

Re-entries included Calvin Harris & Tinie Tempah's "Drinking from the Bottle", Florence and the Machine's "Spectrum (Say My Name)", Ellie Goulding's "Anything Could Happen" and Rudimental's "Not Giving In" at numbers 15, 35, 36 and 40, respectively. The biggest faller came from The Justice Collective's "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother", falling 16 places to number 21.[2]

In the albums chart, Calvin Harris' 18 Months returned to number 1.[3]

Week three (13–19 January)[edit]

will.i.am & Britney Spears' "Scream & Shout" climbed a place to number 1 and Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble" climbed 3 places to number 2.

New entries included David Bowie's comeback single "Where Are We Now?", Vato Gonzalez & Lethal Bizzle's "Not a Saint", Jake Bugg's "Lightning Bolt", David Guetta & Taped Rai's "Just One Last Time", Haim's "Don't Save Me" Bon Jovi's "Because We Can" and Matrix & Futurebound & Baby Blue's "Magnetic Eyes" at numbers 6, 20, 26, 27, 32, 38 and 39.

The highest climber came from One Direction's "Kiss You", climbing 14 places to number 12 and the biggest faller came from The Script & will.i.am's "Hall Of Fame", falling 14 places to number 33.[4]

In the albums chart, Emeli Sandé's Our Version of Events returned to number 1 for an eighth non-consecutive week.[5]

Week four (20–26 January)[edit]

will.i.am & Britney Spears' "Scream & Shout" remained at number 1 for a second week and 50 Cent, Eminem & Adam Levine's "My Life" debuted at number 2.

Other new entries included Justin Timberlake & JAY Z's "Suit & Tie", Biffy Clyro's "Black Chandelier", Anne Hathaway's "I Dreamed a Dream", Lawson's "Learn to Love Again", Ne-Yo's "Forever Now", Flo Rida's "Let It Roll", Conor Maynard & Wiley's "Animal" and Dizzee Rascal's "Bassline Junkie" at numbers 3, 14, 22, 28, 31, 33, 34 and 38, respectively.

The highest climber came from Emeli Sandé's "Clown", climbing 12 places to number 11 and the biggest faller came from Calvin Harris & Florence Welch's "Sweet Nothing", falling 13 places to number 37.[6]

In the albums, Les Misérables by Les Misérables climbed 4 places to number 1.[7]

Week five (27 January–2 February)[edit]

Bingo Players & Far East Movement's "Get Up (Rattle)" debuted at number 1 and will.i.am & Britney Spears' "Scream & Shout" dropped a place to number 2.

Other new entries included Amelia Lily's "Shut Up (and Give Me Whatever You Got)", Macklemore & Ryan Lewis & Wanz's "Thrift Shop", Rita Ora's "Radioactive", Ellie Goulding's "Explosions" and Little Mix's "Change Your Life" at numbers 11, 24, 32, 33 and 36, respectively.

The highest climber came from Conor Maynard & Wiley's "Animal", climbing 28 places to number 6 and the biggest faller came from Biffy Clyro's "Black Chandelier", falling 23 places to number 37.[8]

In the albums chart, Les Misérables by Les Misérables remained at number 1 for a second week.[9]

February[edit]

Week six (3–9 February)[edit]

Bingo Players & Far East Movement's "Get Up (Rattle)" remained at number 1 for a second week and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis & Wanz's "Thrift Shop" became the week's highest climber, climbing 22 places to number 2.

New entries included Devlin & Diane Birch's "Rewind", Disclosure & AlunaGeorge's "White Noise" and Droideka's "Get Hyper" at numbers 10, 28 and 29, respectively.

The biggest faller came from Amelia Lily's "Shut Up (and Give Me Whatever You Got)", falling 19 places to number 30.[10]

In the albums, Biffy Clyro's Opposites debuted at number 1.[11]

Week seven (10–16 February)[edit]

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis & Wanz's "Thrift Shop" climbed a place to number 1 and Disclosure & AlunaGeorge's "White Noise" became the week's highest climber, climbing 26 places to number 2.

The only new entry came from Fall Out Boy's "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up)" at number 5.

The biggest faller came from 50 Cent, Eminem & Adam Levine's "My Life", falling 9 places to number 18.[12]

In the albums, Les Misérables by Les Misérables returned to number 1 for a third week.[13]

Week eight (17–23 February)[edit]

Avicii & Nicky Romero's "I Could Be The One" debuted at number 1 and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis & Wanz's "Thrift Shop" dropped a place to number 2.

Other new entries included Baauer's "Harlem Shake", Gabrielle Aplin's "Please Don't Say You Love Me", Bruno Mars' "When I Was Your Man", Foals' "My Number", P!nk & Nate Ruess' "Just Give Me a Reason", Drake's "Started from the Bottom", Justin Timberlake's "Mirrors" and Zedd & Foxes' "Clarity" at numbers 3, 6, 7, 23, 24, 25, 28 and 37, respectively.

The highest climber came from The Lumineers' "Ho Hey", climbing 13 places to number 15 and the biggest faller came from Devlin & Diane Birch's "Rewind", falling 25 places to number 40.[14]

In the albums, Les Misérables by Les Misérables remained at number 1 for a fourth non-consecutive week.[15]

Week nine (24 February–1 March)[edit]

One Direction's "One Way or Another (Teenage Kicks)" debuted at number 1 and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis & Wanz's "Thrift Shop" remained at number 2 for a second week.

Other new entries included Olly Murs' "Army Of Two", The Script's "If You Could See Me Now" and Tyler James & Kano's "Worry About You" at numbers 23, 36 and 38, respectively.

The highest climber came from Justin Timberlake's "Mirrors", climbing 24 places to number 4 and the biggest faller came from Lawson's "Learn to Love Again", falling 23 places to number 40.[16]

In the albums chart, Emeli Sandé's Our Version of Events returned to number 1 for a ninth non-consecutive week.[17]

March[edit]

Week ten (3–9 March)[edit]

Justin Timberlake's "Mirrors" climbed 3 places to number 1 and Bastille's "Pompeii" debuted at number 2.

Other new entries included Wiley, Chipmunk & Ms D's "Reload", Laura Mvula's "Green Garden" and Paramore's "Now" at numbers 9, 32 and 39, respectively.

The highest climber came from Adele's "Skyfall", climbing 11 places to number 14 and the biggest fallers came from Rita Ora's "Radioactive" and Bingo Players & Far East Movement's "Get Up (Rattle)", both falling 11 places to numbers 33 and 35.[18]

In the albums chart, Emeli Sandé's Our Version of Events remained at number 1 for a tenth non-consecutive week.[19]

Week eleven (10–16 March)[edit]

Justin Timberlake's "Mirrors" remained at number 1 for a second week and Bruno Mars' "When I Was Your Man" climbed 5 places to number 2.

New entries included Bridgit Mendler's "Ready Or Not", The 1975's "Chocolate" and Stereophonics's "Indian Summer" at numbers 7, 24 and 30, respectively.

The highest climber came from Drake's "Started from the Bottom", climbing 8 places to number 29 and the biggest faller came from Ben Howard's "Only Love", falling 12 places to number 23.[20]

In the albums, Bastille's Bad Blood debuted at number 1.[21]

Week twelve (17–23 March)[edit]

Justin Timberlake's "Mirrors" remained at number 1 for a third week and One Direction's "One Way or Another (Teenage Kicks)" climbed 4 places to number 2.

New entries included Nicole Scherzinger's "Boomerang", Nelly's "Hey Porsche", K Koke & Rita Ora's "Lay Down Your Weapons", Taylor Swift's "22" and Blake Lewis' "Your Touch" at numbers 6, 17, 18, 26 and 38, respectively.

The biggest faller came from Ben Howard's "Only Love", falling 17 places to number 40.[22]

In the albums chart, David Bowie's The Next Day debuted at number 1.[23]

Week thirteen (24–30 March)[edit]

The Saturdays & Sean Paul's "What About Us" debuted at number 1 and Justin Timberlake's "Mirrors" dropped a place to number 2.

Other new entries included Kodaline's "High Hopes", Pitbull & Christina Aguilera's "Feel This Moment", ReConnected's "One In A Million" and Jakwob & Maiday's "Fade" at numbers 16, 27, 32 and 35, respectively.

The highest climber came from Taylor Swift's "22", climbing 15 places to number 11 and the biggest faller came from K Koke & Rita Ora's "Lay Down Your Weapons", falling 16 places to number 34.[24]

In the albums, Justin Timberlake's The 20/20 Experience debuted at number 1.[25]

Week fourteen (31 March–6 April)[edit]

PJ & Duncan aka Ant & Dec's "Let's Get Ready to Rhumble" re-entered at number 1, following a performance on Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway and Pink & Nate Ruess' "Just Give Me a Reason" climbed a place to number 2.

New entries included Charlie Brown's "On My Way", Calvin Harris & Ellie Goulding's "I Need Your Love" and Fall Out Boy's "The Phoenix" at numbers 7, 25 and 36, respectively.

The highest climber came from Pitbull & Christina Aguilera's "Feel This Moment", climbing 16 places to number 11 and the biggest faller came from Ellie Goulding's "Explosions", falling 13 places to number 39.[26]

In the albums, Justin Timberlake's The 20/20 Experience remained at number 1 for a second week.[27]

April[edit]

Week fifteen (7–13 April)[edit]

Duke Dumont & A*M*E's "Need U (100%)" debuted at number 1 and Pink & Nate Ruess' "Just Give Me a Reason" remained at number 2 for a second week.

Other new entries included Michael Bublé's "It's a Beautiful Day", Chris Brown's "Fine China", Haim's "Falling", Imagine Dragons' "On Top of the World", Iggy Azalea's "Work", Macklemore & Ryan Lewis & Ray Dalton's "Can't Hold Us" and Imagine Dragons' "It's Time" at numbers 10, 29, 30, 34, 36, 38 and 40, respectively.

The highest climber came from Imagine Dragons' "Radioactive", climbing 14 places to number 18 and the biggest fallers came from Nicole Scherzinger's "Boomerang" and Emeli Sandé's "Clown", both falling 11 places to numbers 31 and 37.[28]

In the albums chart, Justin Timberlake's The 20/20 Experience remained at number 1 for a third week.[29]

Week sixteen (14–20 April)[edit]

Duke Dumont & A*M*E's "Need U (100%)" remained at number 1 for a second week and Judy Garland's "Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead" debuted at number 2.

Other new entries included Nina Nesbitt's "Stay Out", Paramore's "Still into You", AlunaGeorge's "Attracting Flies", Nicki Minaj & Lil Wayne's "High School" and The Notsensibles' "I'm in Love with Margaret Thatcher" at numbers 21, 26, 30, 31 and 35, respectively.

The highest climber came from Iggy Azalea's "Work", cimbing 16 places to number 20 and the biggest faller came from PJ & Duncan's "Let's Get Ready to Rhumble", falling 26 places to number 32.[30]

In the albums chart, Paramore's Paramore debuted at number 1.[31]

Week seventeen (21–27 April)[edit]

Rudimental & Ella Eyre's "Waiting All Night" debuted at number 1 and will.i.am & Justin Bieber's "thatPOWER" debuted at number 2.

Other new entries included Daft Punk, Pharrell Williams & Nile Rodgers' "Get Lucky", Psy's "Gentleman", Clean Bandit's "Mozart's House", Little Mix & Missy Elliott's "How Ya Doin'?", Mat Zo & Porter Robinson's "Easy" and will.i.am & Miley Cyrus' "Fall Down" at numbers 3, 10, 17, 23, 28 and 34, respectively.

The highest climber came from Macklemore & Ryan Lewis & Ray Dalton's "Can't Hold Us", climbing 21 places to number 12 and the biggest faller came from Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble", falling 11 places to number 39.[32]

In the albums chart, Michael Bublé's To Be Loved debuted at number 1.[33]

Week eighteen (28 April–4 May)[edit]

Daft Punk, Pharrell Williams & Nile Rodgers' "Get Lucky" climbed 2 places to number 1 and Rudimental & Ella Eyre's "Waiting All Night" dropped a place to number 2.

New entries included Loveable Rogues' "What A Night", Passenger's "Let Her Go", Nicky Romero & NERVO's "Like Home", Carly Rae Jepsen's "Tonight I'm Getting Over You" and Amelia Lily's "Party Over" at numbers 9, 11, 33, 35 and 40, respectively.

The highest climber came from AlunaGeorge's "Attracting Flies", climbing 11 places to number 19, and the biggest faller came from Michael Bublé's "It's a Beautiful Day", falling 11 places to number 29.[34]

In the albums chart, Michael Bublé's To Be Loved remained at number 1 for a second week.[35]

May[edit]

Week nineteen (5–11 May)[edit]

Daft Punk, Pharrell Williams & Nile Rodgers' "Get Lucky" remained at number 1 for a second week and Rudimental & Ella Eyre's "Waiting All Night" remained at number 2 for a second week.

New entries included Disclosure & Eliza Doolittle's "You & Me", Misha B's "Here's to Everything (Ooh La La)" and Michael Molloy & Alex Evans' "Rise & Fall" at numbers 10, 35 and 38, respectively.

The highest climber came from Goo Goo Dolls' "Iris", climbing 27 places to number 12 and the biggest faller came from Loveable Rogues' "What a Night", falling 19 places to number 28.[36]

In the albums chart, Rudimental's Home debuted at number 1.[37]

Week twenty (12–18 May)[edit]

Daft Punk, Pharrell Williams & Nile Rodgers' "Get Lucky" remained at number 1 for a third week and Chris Malinchak's "So Good to Me" debuted at number 2.

Other new entries included Armin van Buuren & Trevor Guthrie's "This Is What It Feels Like", Gabrielle Aplin's "Panic Cord" and Mariah Carey & Miguel's "Beautiful" at numbers 6, 19 and 39, respectively.

The highest climber came from Paramore's "Still into You", climbing 6 places to number 26 and the biggest faller came from Goo Goo Dolls' "Iris", falling 25 places to number 37.[38]

In the albums chart, Caro Emerald's The Shocking Miss Emerald debuted at number 1.[39]

Week twenty-one (19–25 May)[edit]

Daft Punk, Pharrell Williams & Nile Rodgers' "Get Lucky" remained at number 1 for a fourth week and Passenger's "Let Her Go" climbed a place to number 2.

New entries included Demi Lovato's "Heart Attack", Wretch 32 & Shakka's "Blackout", Sub Focus & Alex Clare's "Endorphins", Stooshe's "Slip", Olly Murs' "Dear Darlin'" and Tich's "Dumb" at numbers 3, 6, 10, 12, 18 and 23, respectively.

The highest climber came from Mariah Carey & Miguel's "Beautiful", climbing 12 places to number 27 and the biggest faller came from AlunaGeorge's "Attracting Flies", falling 13 places to number 31.[40]

In the albums chart, Rod Stewart's Time debuted at number 1.[41]

Week twenty-two (26 May–1 June)[edit]

Naughty Boy & Sam Smith's "La La La" debuted at number 1 and Daft Punk, Pharrell Williams & Nile Rodgers' "Get Lucky" dropped a place to number 2.

Other new entries included 2 Chainz & Wiz Khalifa's "We Own It (Fast & Furious)", Eurovision 2013 winner Emmelie de Forest's "Only Teardrops" (Denmark), Lana Del Rey's "Young & Beautiful" and The 1975's "The City" at numbers 6, 15, 23 and 30, respectively.

The highest climber came from Olly Murs' "Dear Darlin'", climbing 9 places to number 9 and the biggest faller came from Stooshe's "Slip", falling 16 places to number 28.[42]

In the albums chart, Daft Punk's Random Access Memories debuted at number 1.[43]

June[edit]

Week twenty-three (2–8 June)[edit]

Robin Thicke, T.I. & Pharell Williams' "Blurred Lines" debuted at number 1 and Naughty Boy & Sam Smith's "La La La" dropped a place to number 2.

New entries included Jessie J, Big Sean & Dizzee Rascal's "Wild", Jennifer Lopez & Pitbull's "Live It Up", Stylo G's "Soundbwoy" and Bruno Mars' "Treasure" at numbers 5, 17, 18 and 35, respectively.

The highest climber came from Macklemore + Ryan Lewis' "Thrift Shop", climbing 4 places to number 25 and the biggest faller came from Sub Focus & Alex Clare's "Endorphins", falling 14 places to number 30.[44]

In the albums, Daft Punk's Random Access Memories remained at number 1 for a second week.[45]

Week twenty-four (9–15 June)[edit]

Robin Thicke, T.I. & Pharrell Williams' "Blurred Lines" remained at number 1 for a second week and Naughty Boy & Sam Smith's "La La La" remained at number 2 for a second week.

New entries included Union J's "Carry You", Fuse ODG's "Antenna", Leah McFall's "I Will Survive", Afrojack & Chris Brown's "As Your Friend" and Kodaline's "Love Like This" at numbers 6, 7, 16, 21 and 22, respectively.

The highest climber came from Bruno Mars' "Treasure", climbing 20 places to number 15 and the biggest faller came from Of Monsters and Men's "Little Talks", falling 20 places to number 33.[46]

In the albums chart, Disclosure's Settle debuted at number 1.[47]

Week twenty-five (16–22 June)[edit]

Robin Thicke, T.I. & Pharrell Williams' "Blurred Lines" remained at number 1 for a third week and Naughty Boy & Sam Smith's "La La La" remained at number 2 for a third week.

New entries included Taylor Swift & Ed Sheeran's "Everything Has Changed" and Wiley, Angel & Tinchy Stryder's "Lights On" at numbers 7 and 9.

The highest climber came from Leah McFall's "I Will Survive", climbing 8 places to number 8 and the biggest faller came from Kodaline's "Love Like This" falling 13 places to number 35.[48]

In the albums chart, Black Sabbath's 13 debuted at number 1.[49]

Week twenty-six (23–29 June)[edit]

Robin Thicke, T.I. & Pharrell Williams' "Blurred Lines" remained at number 1 for a fourth week and Jason Derulo's "The Other Side" debuted at number 2.

Other new entries included Dizzee Rascal & Robbie Williams' "Goin' Crazy", Tom Odell's "Another Love", Arctic Monkeys' "Do I Wanna Know?", London Grammar's "Wasting My Young Years", Kesha & will.i.am's "Crazy Kids" and Leah McFall's "Killing Me Softly" at numbers 5, 10, 11, 31, 35 and 36.

The highest climber came from Bastille's "Pompeii", climbing 6 places to number 24 and the biggest faller came from Union J's "Carry You", falling 14 places to number 29.[50]

In the albums, Kanye West's Yeezus debuted at number 1.[51]

Week twenty-seven (30 June–5 July)[edit]

Icona Pop & Charli XCX's "I Love It" debuted at number 1 and Robin Thicke, T.I. & Pharrell Williams' "Blurred Lines" dropped a place to number 2.

Other new entries included will.i.am's "Bang Bang", The Wanted's "Walks Like Rihanna", Chase & Status & Louis M^ttrs' "Lost & Not Found", Andrea Begley's "My Immortal", Leeroy & Nagla's "Can't Get Enough" and Kanye West's "Black Skinhead" at numbers 3, 4, 15, 30, 37 and 39, respectively.

The biggest faller came from Leah McFall's "I Will Survive", falling 16 places to number 31.[52]

In the albums chart, Tom Odell's Long Way Down debuted at number 1.[53]

July[edit]

Week twenty-eight (7–13 July)[edit]

John Newman's "Love Me Again" debuted at number 1 and Robin Thicke, T.I. & Pharrell Williams' "Blurred Lines" remained at number 2 for a second week.

Other new entries included Gabz's "Lighters (The One)", The Saturdays' "Gentleman", Spark Productions' "Wake Me Up!" and Russ Chimes' "Turn Me Out" at numbers 6, 14, 35 and 40, respectively.

The highest climber came from Kesha & will.i.am's "Crazy Kids", climbing 8 places to number 27 and the biggest faller came from Dizzee Rascal & Robbie Williams' "Goin' Crazy", falling 11 places to number 20.[54]

In the albums chart, Mumford & Sons' Babel returned to number 1 for a third non-consecutive week.[55]

Week twenty-nine (14–20 July)[edit]

Robin Thicke, T.I. & Pharrell Williams' "Blurred Lines" returned to number 1 for a fifth non-consecutive week and John Newman's "Love Me Again" dropped a place to number 2.

New entries included Sebastian Ingrosso, Tommy Trash & John Martin's "Reload", Lawson & B.o.B's "Brokenhearted", Iggy Azalea's "Bounce", Katy B's "What Love is Made Of", JAY Z & Justin Timberlake's "Holy Grail", Sneakbo's "Ring A Ling" and P!nk & Lily Allen's "True Love" at numbers 3, 6, 13, 21, 24, 27 and 36, respectively.

The highest climber came from Spark Productions' "Wake Me Up!", climbing 9 places to number 26 and the biggest faller came from The Saturdays' "Gentleman", falling 19 places to number 33.[56]

In the albums chart, JAY Z debuted at number 1 with Magna Carta... Holy Grail, scoring the rapper his first ever UK number 1.[57]

Week thirty (21–27 July)[edit]

Avicii & Aloe Blacc's "Wake Me Up" debuted at number 1 and Robin Thicke, T.I. & Pharrell Williams' "Blurred Lines" dropped a place to number 2.

Other new entries included Selena Gomez's "Come & Get It", Breach's "Jack", Avril Lavigne's "Here's to Never Growing Up", Lucy Spraggan's "Lighthouse", Calvin Harris & Ayah Marar's "Thinking About You" and Kings of Leon's "Supersoaker" at numbers 8, 9, 14, 26, 28 and 32.

The highest climber came from P!nk & Lily Allen's "True Love", climbing 14 places to number 22 and the biggest fallers came from Iggy Azalea's "Bounce" and Gabz's "Lighters (The One)", both falling 17 places to numbers 30 and 36.[58]

In the albums chart, Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines debuted at number 1.[59]

Week thirty-one (28 July–3 August)[edit]

Avicii & Aloe Blacc's "Wake Me Up" remained at number 1 for a second week and One Direction's "Best Song Ever" debuted at number 2.

The only other new entry came from Lana Del Rey & Cedric Gervais' "Summertime Sadness" at number 32.

The highest climber came from Calvin Harris & Ayah Marar's "Thinking About You", climbing 14 places to number 14 and the biggest faller came from Avril Lavigne's "Here's to Never Growing Up", falling 21 places to number 35.[60]

In the albums, Jahméne Douglas' Love Never Fails debuted at number 1.[61]

August[edit]

Week thirty-two (4–10 August)[edit]

Avicii & Aloe Blacc's "Wake Me Up" remained at number 1 for a third week and John Newman's "Love Me Again" climbed 2 places to number 2.

New entries included Eliza Doolittle's "Big When I Was Little", Rudimental & Foxes' "Right Here", Disclosure's "F for You" and AlunaGeorge's "You Know You Like It" at numbers 12, 24, 28 and 39, respectively.

The highest climber came from Lana Del Rey & Cedric Gervais' "Summertime Sadness", climbing 28 places to number 4 and the biggest faller came from The Wanted's "Walks Like Rihanna", falling 9 places to number 35.[62]

In the albums, Richard & Adam's The Impossible Dream debuted at number 1.[63]

Week thirty-three (11–17 August)[edit]

Miley Cyrus' "We Can't Stop" debuted at number 1 and Avicii & Aloe Blacc's "Wake Me Up" dropped a place to number 2.

Other new entries included Tinie Tempah & 2 Chainz' "Trampoline", Justin Timberlake's "Take Back The Night", Kings of Leon's "Wait For Me" and Le Youth's "Cool" at numbers 3, 29, 31 and 35, respectively.

The highest climber came from Of Monsters and Men's "Little Talks", climbing 15 places to number 19 and the biggest faller came from Sebastian Ingrosso, Tommy Trash & John Martin's "Reload", falling 11 places to number 27.[64]

In the albums chart, Richard & Adam's The Impossible Dream remained at number 1 for a second week.[65]

Week thirty-four (18–24 August)[edit]

Ellie Goulding's "Burn" debuted at number 1 and Avicii & Aloe Blacc's "Wake Me Up" remained at number 2 for a second week.

Other new entries included Lady Gaga's "Applause", Arctic Monkeys' "Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?", The Wanted's "We Own The Night", Ray Foxx & Rachel K Collier's "Boom Boom (Heartbeat)", Drake & Majid Jordan's "Hold On, We're Going Home" and OneRepublic's "Counting Stars" at numbers 5, 8, 10, 12, 15 and 30, respectively.

The highest climber came from Le Youth's "Cool", climbing 7 places to number 28 and the biggest faller came from Eliza Doolittle's "Big When I Was Little", falling 20 places to number 38.[66]

In the albums chart, Richard & Adam's The Impossible Dream remained at number 1 for a third week.[67]

Week thirty-five (25–31 August)[edit]

Ellie Goulding's "Burn" remained at number 1 for a second week and Avicii & Aloe Blacc's "Wake Me Up" remained at number 2 for a third week.

New entries included Klangkarussell & Will Heard's "Sonnentanz (Sun Don't Shine)", DJ Fresh, Diplo & Dominique Young Unique's "Earthquake", Sean Paul's "Other Side of Love", Naughty Boy & Emeli Sande's "Lifted" and Matt Cardle & Melanie C's "Loving You" at numbers 3, 4, 7, 8 and 14, respectively.

The highest climber came from OneRepublic's "Counting Stars", climbing 10 places to number 20 and the biggest faller came from Arctic Monkeys' "Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?", falling 16 places to number 24.[68]

In the albums chart, Richard & Adam's The Impossible Dream remained at number 1 for a fourth week.[69]

September[edit]

Week thirty-six (1–7 September)[edit]

Ellie Goulding's "Burn" remained at number 1 for a third week and Avicii & Aloe Blacc's "Wake Me Up" remained at number 2 for a fourth week.

New entries included Rizzle Kicks' "Lost Generation", Shane Filan's "Everything To Me", Macklemore & Ryan Lewis & Mary Lambert's "Same Love", The 1975's "Sex" and Bastille's "Things We Lost In The Fire" at numbers 6, 14, 25, 34 and 39, respectively.

The highest climber came from Justin Timberlake's "Take Back The Night", climbing 5 places to number 24 and the biggest faller came from Matt Cardle & Melanie C's "Loving You", falling 23 places to number 37.[70]

In the albums chart, Avenged Sevenfold's Hail to the King debuted at number 1.[71]

Week thirty-seven (8–14 September)[edit]

Katy Perry's "Roar" debuted at number 1 and Ellie Goulding's "Burn" dropped a place to number 2.

Other new entries included You Me at Six's "Lived a Lie", Neon Jungle's "Trouble", London Grammar's "Strong" and Olly Murs' "Right Place Right Time" at numbers 11, 12, 17 and 35, respectively.

The highest climber came from Arctic Monkeys' "Do I Wanna Know?", climbing 12 places to number 24 and the biggest faller came from Tinie Tempah & 2 Chainz' "Trampoline", falling 10 places to number 30.[72]

In the albums chart, The 1975's The 1975 debuted at number 1.[73]

Week thirty-eight (15–21 September)[edit]

Katy Perry's "Roar" remained at number 1 for a second week.

New entries included Coldplay's "Atlas", Example's "All The Wrong Places", Ben Pearce's "What I Might Do", Lethal Bizzle & Ruby Goe's "Party Right" and Chris Brown & Nicki Minaj's "Love More" at numbers 12, 13, 25, 29 and 34, respectively.

The highest climbers came from OneRepublic's "Counting Stars" and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis & Mary Lambert's "Same Love", both climbing 11 places to numbers 2 and 9, and the biggest faller came from Neon Jungle's "Trouble", falling 18 places to number 30.[74]

In the albums chart, Arctic Monkeys' AM debuted at number 1.[75]

Week thirty-nine (22–28 September)[edit]

Jason Derulo & 2 Chainz' "Talk Dirty" debuted at number 1 and Katy Perry's "Roar" dropped a place to number 2.

Other new entries included Jessie J's "It's My Party", Avicii's "You Make Me", Birdy's "Wings", Katy Perry & Juicy J's "Dark Horse", Linkin Park & Steve Aoki's "A Light That Never Comes" and Chvrches' "The Mother We Share" at numbers 3, 5, 16, 21, 34 and 38, respectively.

The highest climber came from Ben Pearce's "What I Might Do", climbing 12 places to number 13 and the biggest faller came from Example's "All The Wrong Places", falling 22 places to number 35.[76]

In the albums chart, Arctic Monkeys' AM remained at number 1 for a second week.[77]

Week forty (29 September–5 October)[edit]

Jason Derulo & 2 Chainz' "Talk Dirty" remained at number 1 for a second week and Katy Perry's "Roar" remained at number 2 for a second week.

New entries included Sub Focus & Kele's "Turn It Around", Haim's "The Wire", Jessie J's "Sexy Lady" and Robin Thicke & Kendrick Lamar's "Give It 2 U" at numbers 14, 16, 22 and 34, respectively.

The highest climber came from Ben Pearce's "What I Might Do", climbing 6 places to number 7 and the biggest faller came from Sean Paul's "Other Side of Love", falling 13 places to number 39.[78]

In the albums chart, Kings of Leon's Mechanical Bull debuted at number 1.[79]

October[edit]

Week forty-one (6–12 October)[edit]

OneRepublic's "Counting Stars" climbed 2 places to number 1 and The Vamps' "Can We Dance" debuted at number 2.

Other new entries included Chase & Status & Moko's "Count On Me", Dizzee Rascal & will.i.am's "Something Really Bad", Nelly, Nicki Minaj & Pharrell Williams' "Get Like Me", Fuse ODG & Itz Tiffany's "Azonto", Jasmine Thompson's "Ain't Nobody" and Two Door Cinema Club's "Changing of the Seasons" at numbers 5, 10, 19, 30, 32 and 33, respectively.

The highest climber came from Justin Timberlake's "Take Back The Night", climbing 8 places to number 22 and the biggest faller came from Birdy's "Wings", falling 22 places to number 39.[80]

In the albums chart, Haim's Days Are Gone debuted at number 1.[81]

Week forty-two (13–19 October)[edit]

Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball" debuted at number 1 and Eminem's "Berzerk" debuted at number 2.

Other new entries included Conor Maynard's "R U Crazy", The Saturdays' "Disco Love", James Blunt's "Bonfire Heart", John Newman's "Cheating", Justin Bieber's "Heartbreaker" and Ylvis' "The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)" at numbers 4, 5, 6, 9, 14 and 24, respectively.

The biggest faller came from Jason Mraz's "I Won't Give Up", falling 24 places to number 38.[82]

In the albums chart, Miley Cyrus' Bangerz debuted at number 1.[83]

Week forty-three (20–26 October)[edit]

OneRepublic's "Counting Stars" returned to number 1 for a second non-consecutive week and Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball" dropped a place to number 2.

New entries included Lawson's "Juliet", Eminem's "Rap God", Wilkinson & Becky Hill's "Afterglow", Iggy Azalea & T.I.'s "Change Your Life", Justin Bieber's "All That Matters", Cher's "I Hope You Find It" and Don Broco's "You Wanna Know" at numbers 3, 5, 8, 10, 20, 25 and 39, respectively.

The biggest fallers came from John Newman's "Cheating" and Dizzee Rascal & will.i.am's "Something Really Bad", both falling 13 places to numbers 22 and 36.[84]

In the albums chart, John Newman's Tribute debuted at number 1.[85]

Week forty-four (27 October–2 November)[edit]

Lorde's "Royals" debuted at number 1 and James Arthur's "You're Nobody 'til Somebody Loves You" debuted at number 2.

Other new entries included Showtek, We Are Loud! & Sonny Wilson's "Booyah", Union J's "Beautiful Life", Eminem's "Survival", Justin Bieber's "Hold Tight", Icona Pop's "All Night", ReConnected's "Time Of Our Lives", Rizzle Kicks' "Skip to the Good Bit" and Sean Paul's "Turn It Up" at numbers 5, 8, 22, 28, 31, 33, 34 and 35, respectively.

The highest climber came from Robin Thicke & Kendrick Lamar's "Give It 2 U", climbing 13 places to number 15 and the biggest faller came from Iggy Azalea & T.I.'s "Change Your Life", falling 17 places to number 27.[86]

In the albums chart, Katy Perry's Prism debuted at number 1.[87]

November[edit]

Week forty-five (3–9 November)[edit]

Eminem & Rihanna's "The Monster" debuted at number 1 and Lorde's "Royals" dropped a place to number 2.

Other new entries included Fatboy Slim, Riva Starr, Beardyman & Calvin Harris' "Eat Sleep Rave Repeat", One Direction's "Story of My Life", Tinie Tempah & John Martin's "Children of the Sun", The Wanted's "Show Me Love (America)", Foxes' "Youth", Justin Bieber's "Recovery" and M.A.D's "Toyboy" at numbers 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 28 and 37, respectively.

The highest climber came from Rizzle Kicks' "Skip to the Good Bit", climbing 13 places to number 21 and the biggest faller came from Union J's "Beautiful Life", falling 17 places to number 25.[88]

In the albums chart, Arcade Fire's Reflektor debuted at number 1.[89]

Week forty-six (10–16 November)[edit]

Storm Queen's "Look Right Through" debuted at number 1 and Eminem & Rihanna's "The Monster" dropped a place to number 2.

Other new entries included Little Mix's "Move", Britney Spears' "Work Bitch", Ed Sheeran's "I See Fire", Katy B's "5 AM", Taylor Swift & Gary Lightbody's "The Last Time", Justin Bieber's "Bad Day" and Awolnation's "Sail" at numbers 3, 7, 13, 14, 25, 31 and 39, respectively.

The biggest faller came from The Wanted's "Show Me Love (America)", falling 15 places to number 23.[90]

In the albums chart, Eminem's The Marshall Mathers LP 2 debuted at number 1.[91]

Week forty-seven (17–23 November)[edit]

Martin Garrix' "Animals" debuted at number 1 and Lily Allen's "Somewhere Only We Know" debuted at number 2.

Other new entries included Ellie Goulding's "How Long Will I Love You", Lady Gaga & R Kelly's "Do What U Want", Robbie Williams' "Go Gentle", The Poppy Girls' "The Call (No Need to Say Goodbye)", Céline Dion's "Loved Me Back to Life", The Killers' "Shot at the Night", Justin Bieber's "All Bad", Rudimental & Emeli Sandé's "Free" and Dizzee Rascal & Teddy Sky's "Love This Town" at numbers 3, 9, 10, 13, 14, 23, 34, 39 and 40.

The highest climber came from Ellie Goulding's "Burn", climbing 6 places to number 27 and the biggest faller came from Britney Spears' "Work Bitch", falling 30 places to number 37.[92]

In the albums chart, Lady Gaga's Artpop debuted at number 1.[93]

Week forty-eight (24–30 November)[edit]

Lily Allen's "Somewhere Only We Know" climbed a place to number 1 and Bastille's "Of The Night" debuted at number 2.

Other new entries included Gary Barlow's "Let Me Go", Lily Allen's "Hard out Here", JLS' "Billion Lights", Avicii's "Hey Brother", Justin Bieber & R Kelly's "PYD" and Boyzone's "Love Will Save The Day" at numbers 3, 9, 19, 27, 30 and 39, respectively.

The highest climber came from Avicii & Aloe Blacc's "Wake Me Up", climbing 15 places to number 18 and the biggest faller came from Céline Dion's "Loved Me Back to Life", falling 22 places to number 36.[94]

In the albums chart, Robbie Williams' Swings Both Ways debuted at number 1, becoming the 1000th album to top the chart.[95]

December[edit]

Week forty-nine (1–7 December)[edit]

Calvin Harris & Alesso & Hurts' "Under Control" debuted at number 1 and Gary Barlow's "Let Me Go" climbed a place to number 2.

Other new entries included McFly & Busted's "Love Is on the Radio", Breach & Andreya Triana's "Everything You Never Had (We Had It All)", Afrojack & Spree Wilson's "The Spark", One Direction's "You & I" & "Don't Forget Where You Belong", Olly Murs' "Hand on Heart", Jason Derulo's "Trumpets", Katy Perry's "Unconditionally", Justin Bieber's "Roller Coaster", RY X's "Berlin", Rihanna's "What Now" and Jessie J's "Thunder" at numbers 6, 9, 17, 19, 21, 25, 26, 35, 37, 38, 39 and 40, respectively.

The highest climber came from Avicii's "Hey Brother" climbing 13 places to number 14 and the biggest faller came from Lily Allen's "Hard out Here", falling 22 places to number 31.[96]

In the albums chart, One Direction's Midnight Memories debuted at number 1.[97]

Week fifty (8–14 December)[edit]

Lily Allen's "Somewhere Only We Know" returned to number 1 for a second non-consecutive week and One Direction's "Story Of My Life" climbed a place to number 2.

New entries included Rebecca Ferguson's "I Hope", James Arthur's "Recovery", All About She's "Higher (Free)", Pharrell Williams' "Happy", Leona Lewis' "One More Sleep" and Justin Bieber's "Change Me" at numbers 15, 19, 20, 30, 34 and 39, respectively.

The highest climbers came from Jason Derulo's "Trumpets" and Rihanna's "What Now", both climbing 14 places to numbers 12 and 25, respectively, and the biggest faller came from Olly Murs' "Hand on Heart", falling 15 places to number 40.[98]

In the albums chart, One Direction's Midnight Memories remained at number 1 for a second week.[99]

Week fifty-one (15–21 December)[edit]

Lily Allen's "Somewhere Only We Know" remained at number 1 for a third non-consecutive week and Avicii's "Hey Brother" climbed 6 places to number 2.

New entries included Chase & Status & Jacob Banks' "Alive", Justin Bieber & Chance The Rapper's "Confident", Kid Ink & Chris Brown's "Show Me" and Sub Focus' "Turn Back Time" at numbers 28, 33, 35 and 36, respectively.

The highest climber came from Leona Lewis' "One More Sleep", climbing 31 places to number 3 and the biggest faller came from James Arthur's "Recovery", falling 19 places to number 38.[100]

In the albums chart, Robbie Williams' Swings Both Ways returned to number 1 for a second non-consecutive week.[101]

Week fifty-two (22–28 December)[edit]

X Factor 2013 winner Sam Bailey debuted at number 1 with "Skyscraper", scoring the 2013 Christmas number 1 single. The single sold 149,000 copies in its first week, becoming the lowest-selling Christmas number 1 since Robbie Williams & Nicole Kidman scored Christmas number 1 in 2001 when "Somethin' Stupid" sold only 110,000 copies in the Christmas week and also, the second lowest-selling X Factor winners single. Pharrell Williams' "Happy" climbed 2 places to number 2.

Other new entries included The Big Reunion's "I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday", Kelly Clarkson's "Underneath the Tree" and Little Mix's "Little Me" at numbers 21, 30 and 39, respectively.

The highest climber came from Katy Perry's "Unconditionally", climbing 9 places to number 25 and the biggest faller came from Rebecca Ferguson's "I Hope", falling 16 places to number 32.[102]

In the albums chart, Robbie Williams' Swings Both Ways remained at number 1 for a third non-consecutive week, scoring the 2013 Christmas number 1 album.[103]

Number ones[edit]

Number-one singles[edit]

Key
dagger Best-selling single of the year
Issue date Song Artist(s) Sales References
30 December "Impossible" James Arthur 183,660 [104]
6 January 73,778 [2]
13 January "Scream & Shout" will.i.am featuring Britney Spears 62,250 [4]
20 January 54,823 [6]
27 January "Get Up (Rattle)" Bingo Players featuring Far East Movement 74,061 [8]
3 February 51,450 [10]
10 February "Thrift Shop" Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz 83,672 [12]
17 February "I Could Be the One" Avicii vs Nicky Romero 90,999 [14]
24 February "One Way or Another (Teenage Kicks)" One Direction 112,616 [16]
3 March "Mirrors" Justin Timberlake 85,918 [18]
10 March 66,572 [20]
17 March 69,240 [22]
24 March "What About Us" The Saturdays featuring Sean Paul 114,259 [24]
31 March "Let's Get Ready to Rhumble" PJ & Duncan 83,748 [26]
7 April "Need U (100%)" Duke Dumont featuring A*M*E 92,179 [28]
14 April 58,321 [30]
21 April "Waiting All Night" Rudimental featuring Ella Eyre 107,099 [32]
28 April "Get Lucky" Daft Punk featuring Pharrell Williams & Nile Rodgers 155,215 [34]
5 May 163,384 [36]
12 May 123,112 [38]
19 May 113,883 [40]
26 May "La La La" Naughty Boy featuring Sam Smith 145,326 [42]
2 June "Blurred Lines" dagger Robin Thicke featuring T.I. & Pharrell Williams 190,572 [44]
9 June 198,856 [46]
16 June 193,783 [48]
23 June 133,052 [50]
30 June "I Love It" Icona Pop featuring Charli XCX 124,890 [52]
7 July "Love Me Again" John Newman 124,885 [54]
14 July "Blurred Lines" dagger Robin Thicke featuring T.I. & Pharrell Williams 82,593 [56]
21 July "Wake Me Up" Avicii featuring Aloe Blacc 266,524 [58]
28 July 154,525 [60]
4 August 124,356 [62]
11 August "We Can't Stop" Miley Cyrus 128,159 [64]
18 August "Burn" Ellie Goulding 116,857 [66]
25 August 80,095 [68]
1 September 62,270 [70]
8 September "Roar" Katy Perry 179,534 [72]
15 September 103,444 [74]
22 September "Talk Dirty" Jason Derulo featuring 2 Chainz 159,888 [76]
29 September 75,732 [78]
6 October "Counting Stars" OneRepublic 67,880 [80]
13 October "Wrecking Ball" Miley Cyrus 107,362 [82]
20 October "Counting Stars" OneRepublic 65,981 [84]
27 October "Royals" Lorde 82,551 [86]
3 November "The Monster" Eminem featuring Rihanna 74,674 [88]
10 November "Look Right Through" Storm Queen 105,559 [90]
17 November "Animals" Martin Garrix 105,767 [92]
24 November "Somewhere Only We Know" Lily Allen 80,917 [94]
1 December "Under Control" Calvin Harris & Alesso featuring Hurts 74,704 [96]
8 December "Somewhere Only We Know" Lily Allen 46,279 [98]
15 December 47,676 [100]
22 December "Skyscraper" Sam Bailey 148,853 [102]

Number-one albums[edit]

Key
dagger Best-selling album of the year
Issue Date Album Artist Sales References
30 December Our Version of Events Emeli Sandé 72,763 [105]
6 January 18 Months Calvin Harris 35,946 [3]
13 January Our Version of Events Emeli Sandé 30,045 [5]
20 January Les Misérables Les Misérables 55,954 [7]
27 January 48,392 [9]
3 February Opposites Biffy Clyro 71,584 [11]
10 February Les Misérables Les Misérables 35,834 [13]
17 February 39,101 [15]
24 February Our Version of Events Emeli Sandé 39,856 [17]
3 March 38,929 [19]
10 March Bad Blood Bastille 56,572 [21]
17 March The Next Day David Bowie 94,048 [23]
24 March The 20/20 Experience Justin Timberlake 105,888 [25]
31 March 56,147 [27]
7 April 26,242 [29]
14 April Paramore Paramore 39,234 [31]
21 April To Be Loved Michael Bublé 121,415 [33]
28 April 46,018 [35]
5 May Home Rudimental 63,363 [37]
12 May The Shocking Miss Emerald Caro Emerald 34,246 [39]
19 May Time Rod Stewart 57,628 [41]
26 May Random Access Memories Daft Punk 165,091 [43]
2 June 52,801 [45]
9 June Settle Disclosure 44,633 [47]
16 June 13 Black Sabbath 47,694 [49]
23 June Yeezus Kanye West 25,400 [51]
30 June Long Way Down Tom Odell 43,764 [53]
7 July Babel Mumford & Sons 25,580 [55]
14 July Magna Carta... Holy Grail JAY Z 39,386 [57]
21 July Blurred Lines Robin Thicke 25,981 [59]
28 July Love Never Fails Jahméne Douglas 18,904 [61]
4 August The Impossible Dream Richard & Adam 28,982 [63]
11 August 24,864 [65]
18 August 19,325 [67]
25 August 17,664 [69]
1 September Hail To The King Avenged Sevenfold 21,147 [71]
8 September The 1975 The 1975 31,538 [73]
15 September AM Arctic Monkeys 157,329 [75]
22 September 57,486 [77]
29 September Mechanical Bull Kings of Leon 71,765 [79]
6 October Days Are Gone Haim 37,005 [81]
13 October Bangerz Miley Cyrus 30,759 [83]
20 October Tribute John Newman 29,756 [85]
27 October PRISM Katy Perry 53,827 [87]
3 November Reflektor Arcade Fire 45,252 [89]
10 November The Marshall Mathers LP 2 Eminem 143,034 [91]
17 November ARTPOP Lady Gaga 65,608 [93]
24 November Swings Both Ways Robbie Williams 108,622 [95]
1 December Midnight Memories dagger One Direction 237,338 [97]
8 December 124,535 [99]
15 December Swings Both Ways Robbie Williams 126,168 [101]
22 December 126,330 [103]

Number-one single downloads[edit]

Issue date Song Artist(s) References
30 December "Impossible" James Arthur [106]
6 January "Scream & Shout" will.i.am featuring Britney Spears [107]
13 January [108]
20 January [109]
27 January "Get Up (Rattle)" Bingo Players featuring Far East Movement [110]
3 February [111]
10 February "Thrift Shop" Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz [112]
17 February "I Could Be the One" Avicii vs Nicky Romero [113]
24 February "One Way or Another (Teenage Kicks)" One Direction [114]
3 March "Mirrors" Justin Timberlake [115]
10 March [116]
17 March [117]
24 March "What About Us" The Saturdays featuring Sean Paul [118]
31 March "Let's Get Ready to Rhumble" PJ & Duncan [119]
7 April "Need U (100%)" Duke Dumont featuring A*M*E [120]
14 April [121]
21 April "Waiting All Night" Rudimental featuring Ella Eyre [122]
28 April "Get Lucky" Daft Punk featuring Pharrell Williams & Nile Rodgers [123]
5 May [124]
12 May [125]
19 May [126]
26 May "La La La" Naughty Boy featuring Sam Smith [127]
2 June "Blurred Lines" Robin Thicke featuring T.I. & Pharrell Williams [128]
9 June [129]
16 June [130]
23 June [131]
30 June "I Love It" Icona Pop featuring Charli XCX [132]
7 July "Love Me Again" John Newman [133]
14 July "Blurred Lines" Robin Thicke featuring T.I. & Pharrell Williams [134]
21 July "Wake Me Up" Avicii featuring Aloe Blacc [135]
28 July [136]
4 August [137]
11 August "We Can't Stop" Miley Cyrus [138]
18 August "Burn" Ellie Goulding [139]
25 August [140]
1 September [141]
8 September "Roar" Katy Perry [142]
15 September [143]
22 September "Talk Dirty" Jason Derulo featuring 2 Chainz [144]
29 September [145]
6 October "Counting Stars" OneRepublic [146]
13 October "Wrecking Ball" Miley Cyrus [147]
20 October "Counting Stars" OneRepublic [148]
27 October "Royals" Lorde [149]
3 November "The Monster" Eminem featuring Rihanna [150]
10 November "Look Right Through" Storm Queen [151]
17 November "Animals" Martin Garrix [152]
24 November "Of The Night" Bastille [153]
1 December "Under Control" Calvin Harris & Alesso featuring Hurts [154]
8 December "Story Of My Life" One Direction [155]
15 December "Hey Brother" Avicii [156]
22 December "Skyscraper" Sam Bailey [157]

Number-one album downloads[edit]

Issue date Album Artist References
30 December Now 83 Various Artists [158]
6 January [159]
13 January 18 Months Calvin Harris [160]
20 January Les Misérables Les Misérables [161]
27 January [162]
3 February Opposites Biffy Clyro [163]
10 February Jake Bugg Jake Bugg [164]
17 February Holy Fire Foals [165]
24 February Babel Mumford & Sons [166]
3 March Our Version of Events Emeli Sandé [167]
10 March Bad Blood Bastille [168]
17 March The Next Day David Bowie [169]
24 March The 20/20 Experience Justin Timberlake [170]
31 March Now 84 Various Artists [171]
7 April [172]
14 April Paramore Paramore [173]
21 April To Be Loved Michael Bublé [174]
28 April Tape Deck Heart Frank Turner [175]
5 May Home Rudimental [176]
12 May [177]
19 May English Rain Gabrielle Aplin [178]
26 May Random Access Memories Daft Punk [179]
2 June [180]
9 June Settle Disclosure [181]
16 June [182]
23 June Yeezus Kanye West [183]
30 June Long Way Down Tom Odell [184]
7 July Babel Mumford & Sons [185]
14 July Magna Carta... Holy Grail JAY Z [186]
21 July [187]
28 July Now 85 Various Artists [188]
4 August [189]
11 August [190]
18 August [191]
25 August Teenage Dirtbags [192]
1 September [193]
8 September The 1975 The 1975 [194]
15 September AM Arctic Monkeys [195]
22 September [196]
29 September Nothing Was the Same Drake [197]
6 October The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2 Justin Timberlake [198]
13 October Bangerz Miley Cyrus [199]
20 October Tribute John Newman [200]
27 October Prism Katy Perry [201]
3 November Reflektor Arcade Fire [202]
10 November The Marshall Mathers LP 2 Eminem [203]
17 November Artpop Lady Gaga [204]
24 November Now 86 Various Artists [205]
1 December Midnight Memories One Direction [206]
8 December Now Christmas Various Artists [207]
15 December Beyoncé Beyoncé [208]
22 December [209]

Number-one compilation albums[edit]

Key
dagger Best-selling compilation of the year
Issue date Album References
30 December Now 83 [210]
6 January [211]
13 January [212]
20 January [213]
27 January The Trevor Nelson Collection [214]
3 February [215]
10 February [216]
17 February [217]
24 February BRIT Awards 2013 [218]
3 March [219]
10 March The Trevor Nelson Collection [220]
17 March [221]
24 March Pop Party 11 [222]
31 March Now 84 [223]
7 April [224]
14 April [225]
21 April [226]
28 April [227]
5 May [228]
12 May [229]
19 May [230]
26 May [231]
2 June Now 30 Years [232]
9 June [233]
16 June Eddie Stobart - Trucking Songs [234]
23 June Now 30 Years [235]
30 June Clubland 23 [236]
7 July Chilled R&B - The Platinum Edition [237]
14 July #HolidayAnthems [238]
21 July [239]
28 July Now 85 [240]
4 August [241]
11 August [242]
18 August [243]
25 August [244]
1 September [245]
8 September [246]
15 September [247]
22 September [248]
29 September [249]
6 October [250]
13 October [251]
20 October Now 80s Dance [252]
27 October Now 85 [253]
3 November BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge 2013 [254]
10 November [255]
17 November Pop Party 12 [256]
24 November Now 86 [257]
1 December [258]
8 December [259]
15 December [260]
22 December [261]

Year-end charts[edit]

Best-selling singles[edit]

[262][263]

Position Title Artist Peak
position
Sales
1 "Blurred Lines" Thicke, RobinRobin Thicke featuring T.I. & Pharrell Williams 1 1,472,681[264]
2 "Get Lucky" Daft Punk featuring Pharrell Williams & Nile Rodgers 1 1,308,007[264]
3 "Wake Me Up" Avicii featuring Aloe Blacc 1
4 "Let Her Go" Passenger 2
5 "La La La" Naughty Boy featuring Sam Smith 1
6 "Roar" Perry, KatyKaty Perry 1
7 "Thrift Shop" Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz 1
8 "Just Give Me a Reason" Pink featuring Nate Ruess 2
9 "Counting Stars" OneRepublic 1
10 "Mirrors" Timberlake, JustinJustin Timberlake 1
11 "Pompeii" Bastille 2
12 "Waiting All Night" Rudimental featuring Ella Eyre 1
13 "Can't Hold Us" Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Ray Dalton 3
14 "Love Me Again" Newman, JohnJohn Newman 1
15 "Burn" Goulding, EllieEllie Goulding 1
16 "When I Was Your Man" Mars, BrunoBruno Mars 2
17 "I Knew You Were Trouble" Swift, TaylorTaylor Swift 2
18 "Scream & Shout" will.i.am featuring Britney Spears 1
19 "I Love It" Icona Pop featuring Charli XCX 1
20 "Dear Darlin'" Murs, OllyOlly Murs 5
21 "Ho Hey" Lumineers, TheThe Lumineers 12[a]
22 "Stay" Rihanna featuring Mikky Ekko 4
23 "Summertime Sadness" (remix) Del Rey, LanaLana Del Rey vs. Cedric Gervais 4
24 "One Way or Another (Teenage Kicks)" One Direction 1
25 "Talk Dirty" Derulo, JasonJason Derulo featuring 2 Chainz 1
26 "Monster, TheThe Monster" Eminem featuring Rihanna 1
27 "I Could Be the One" Avicii vs Nicky Romero 1
28 "We Can't Stop" Cyrus, MileyMiley Cyrus 1
29 "White Noise" Disclosure featuring AlunaGeorge 2
30 "Radioactive" Imagine Dragons 12
31 "Hold On, We're Going Home" Drake featuring Majid Jordan 4
32 "I Need Your Love" Harris, CalvinCalvin Harris featuring Ellie Goulding 4
33 "Bang Bang" will.i.am 3
34 "Somewhere Only We Know" Allen, LilyLily Allen 1
35 "Need U (100%)" Duke Dumont featuring A*M*E 1
36 "Play Hard" Guetta, DavidDavid Guetta featuring Ne-Yo & Akon 6
37 "What About Us" Saturdays, TheThe Saturdays featuring Sean Paul 1
38 "Wild" Jessie J featuring Big Sean & Dizzee Rascal 5
39 "Other Side, TheThe Other Side" Jason Derulo 2
40 "Drinking from the Bottle" Calvin Harris featuring Tinie Tempah 5
41 "Wrecking Ball" Miley Cyrus 1
42 "Impossible" Arthur, JamesJames Arthur 1
43 "Hey Porsche" Nelly 6
44 "Royals" Lorde 1
45 "Clown" Sandé, EmeliEmeli Sandé 4
46 "Story of My Life" One Direction 2
47 "Locked Out of Heaven" Bruno Mars 4[b]
48 "How Long Will I Love You" Ellie Goulding 3
49 "Gangnam Style" Psy 3[c]
50 "Best Song Ever" One Direction 2

Best-selling artist albums[edit]

[265][266]

No. Title Artist Peak
position
Sales[264]
1 Midnight Memories One Direction 1 684,754
2 Our Version of Events Sandé, EmeliEmeli Sandé 1 682,908
3 To Be Loved Bublé, MichaelMichael Bublé 1 631,224
4 Swings Both Ways Williams, RobbieRobbie Williams 1 626,465
5 Right Place Right Time Murs, OllyOlly Murs 2[d] 622,643
6 Unorthodox Jukebox Mars, BrunoBruno Mars 4[e]
7 Time Stewart, RodRod Stewart 1
8 AM Arctic Monkeys 1
9 Since I Saw You Last Barlow, GaryGary Barlow 2
10 Halcyon Goulding, EllieEllie Goulding 3[f]
11 Bad Blood Bastille 1
12 Les Misérables: Highlights from the Motion Picture Soundtrack Les Misérables 1
13 Marshall Mathers LP 2, TheThe Marshall Mathers LP 2 Eminem 1
14 Jake Bugg Bugg, JakeJake Bugg 2[g]
15 Babel Mumford & Sons 1
16 Random Access Memories Daft Punk 1
17 Home Rudimental 1
18 18 Months Harris, CalvinCalvin Harris 1
19 All the Little Lights Passenger 3
20 Truth About Love, TheThe Truth About Love Pink 3[h]
21 20/20 Experience, TheThe 20/20 Experience Timberlake, JustinJustin Timberlake 1
22 Take Me Home One Direction 6[i]
23 Loved Me Back to Life Dion, CélineCéline Dion 3
24 Graffiti on the Train Stereophonics 3
25 Nation's Favourite Elvis Songs, TheThe Nation's Favourite Elvis Songs Presley, ElvisElvis Presley 5
26 Next Day, TheThe Next Day Bowie, DavidDavid Bowie 1
27 Red Swift, TaylorTaylor Swift 7[j]
28 Prism Perry, KatyKaty Perry 1
29 Christmas Michael Bublé 4[k]
30 James Arthur Arthur, JamesJames Arthur 2
31 Lumineers, TheThe Lumineers Lumineers, TheThe Lumineers 8
32 Night Visions Imagine Dragons 2
33 If You Wait London Grammar 2
34 Long Way Down Odell, TomTom Odell 1
35 Opposites Biffy Clyro 1
36 Mechanical Bull Kings of Leon 1
37 Moon Landing Blunt, JamesJames Blunt 2
38 Every Kingdom Howard, BenBen Howard 4
39 Unapologetic Rihanna 3[l]
40 Settle Disclosure 1
41 Beyoncé Beyoncé 4
42 Up All Night One Direction 23[m]
43 Nothing But the Beat Guetta, DavidDavid Guetta 6[n]
44 Music of the Night Rieu, AndréAndré Rieu 4
45 Salute Little Mix 4
46 Shocking Miss Emerald, TheThe Shocking Miss Emerald Emerald, CaroCaro Emerald 1
47 + Sheeran, EdEd Sheeran 3[o]
48 Decade in the Sun: Best of Stereophonics Stereophonics 21[p]
49 Direct Hits Killers, TheThe Killers 6
50 Impossible Dream, TheThe Impossible Dream Richard & Adam 1

Notes:

  1. ^ Reached number 8 in 2012
  2. ^ Reached number 2 in 2012
  3. ^ Reached number 1 in 2012
  4. ^ Reached number 1 in 2012
  5. ^ Reached number 1 in 2012
  6. ^ Reached number 1 in 2014
  7. ^ Reached number 1 in 2012
  8. ^ Reached number 2 in 2012
  9. ^ Reached number 1 in 2012
  10. ^ Reached number 1 in 2012
  11. ^ Reached number 1 in 2011
  12. ^ Reached number 1 in 2012
  13. ^ Reached number 2 in 2011
  14. ^ Reached number 2 in 2011
  15. ^ Reached number 1 in 2011
  16. ^ Reached number 2 in 2008

Best-selling compilation albums[edit]

[267][268]

No. Album Peak Sales
1 Now 86 1 1,111,701[264]
2 Now 85 1 933,000
3 Now 84 1 733,000
4 Now Christmas 2 414,000
5 The Trevor Nelson Collection 1 290,000
6 BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge 2013 1
7 Now 30 Years 1
8 Anthems – Trance 3
9 Pop Party 12 1
10 Eddie Stobart – Trucking Songs 1

See also[edit]

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