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07 September 2005 - 19:47
Charts: "How Would It Be" down
Last month Lene Marlin managed to keep the positions in the Italian charts. Unfortunately last week there was a sudden fall; though it might appear as natural for "How Would It Be" - which started not so good but it has stayed in the charts for 14 weeks now - it is worse for the album, which is down 14 places and is now at #70. We hope for it to get high again thanks also to the new single "What If".
Lene is also out of the German airplay Top 30 according to the Nielsen website.
Unexpectedly, since the strong results so far, "How Would It Be" is down many places also in the South African chart, heading now out of the Top 40.
We haven't news about the norwegian charts, but the situation is not likely to be better.
Switzerland is the only country where Lene is staying still in the radio airplay Top 30 since many weeks now, but the single has never entered in the sales charts.
We remind that next monday "How Would It Be" will be out in the UK. Lene can start again from there, while she will promote her second single in the rest of Europe. We will go on doing our best to help her every way we can, as always.

#44   14 - FIMI Chart
#30   11 - Top Of The Pops

#14   13 - MTV Up North

#28   12 - Radio Antenne Thueringen
#12   11 - Hit Radio Ohr
#17   05 - Radio FFN

#25   15 - Official Radio Airplay

South Africa:
#38   07 - Radio 5 FM

#70   11 - FIMI Chart
Symbols order: current position, state (new entry, up, down, standing), weeks spent in the chart, chart/playlist name


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