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Thomas Anders was at the top of the Official German Charts 18 years ago – at that time as part of Modern Talking. Now the cult musician has teamed up with Florian Silbereisen and published “The Album”, which has now conquered first place.

Not even successful rapper arrest warrant (“The White Album”, four) and rock legend Peter Maffay (“Memories 2 – The Strongest Ballads”, ten) have a chance against the two pop singers, who each received a “Number 1 Award” on Friday afternoon were surprised.

Between Schlager and Deutschrap

Two metal bands are waiting for the Top 20. The Ghost Inside from California have named their new CD after themselves and debut in sixth place.

The Sweden quintet Sorcerer (“Lamenting Of The Innocent”), founded in 1988, dissolved in 1992 and active again for ten years, debuts at position 18. The compilation “Sing my Song – The Exchange Concert, Vol. 7” (out of four on two) and Reinhard Mey’s “Das Haus an der Ampel” (from two to three).

This is how the charts are determined

For the singles, HipHopper Apache 207 navigates the fourth number 1 song after “Roller”, “Why are you doing this to yourself?” And “Fame” in his “Boot”. Genre colleague Rin cannot win the race, but crosses the finish line in a good sixth place.

The podium is closed by KC Rebell & Summer Cem feat. Luciano (“Valla no!”, New on two) and Pashanim (“Airwaves”, three). The electric pioneers from Scooter have teamed up with the “East German Hasselhoff” aka Finch Asozial and brought out the “Bassdrum” (24), which has given them the first chart hit since 2014 and the highest single chart position in over ten years.

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The Official German Charts are determined by GfK Entertainment. They cover 90 percent of all music sales and are the central barometer of success for industry, the media and music fans.

The hit lists are based on the sales and usage data of 2,800 retailers in all sales channels. These include stationary retail, e-commerce providers, download portals and music streaming platforms.

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