July 2003
Music Week;7/5/2003, Issue 26, p12
Trade Publication
Presents the top music recordings in Great Britain as of July 5, 2003, based on overall playlist support and record sales. 'Fallen,' performed by Evanescence; 'Best,' performed by S Club 7; 'Gentleman Jim — The Definitive Collection,' performed by Jim Reeves.


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