Sarah Connor: Christmas album conquers German charts

Sarah Connor
Christmas album conquers German charts

Sarah Connor is happy about the “Number 1 Award” for her album “Not So Silent Night”.

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Christmas is making its way into the German charts: Sarah Connor conquers the album charts with her festive record “Not So Silent Night”.

Sarah Connor (42) has done it again: The singer is at the top of the official German charts with an album, determined by GfK Entertainment. On “Not So Silent Night” the singer collected self-written, English-language Christmas songs and refrained from cover versions. With the record, Connor celebrates her fourth number one album.

Twelve other Christmas-themed albums are currently in the top 100, including “Christmas Party” by The Kelly Family (from 19th to 18th place), “Christmas” by Michael Bublé (47) (from 56th to 26th place) and “Weihnachts -Memories” by DJ Ötzi (51) (new at number 30). Behind Sarah Connor’s album, apart from the contemplative celebration, Queen’s “The Miracle” took second place, followed by “Only The Strong Survive” by Bruce Springsteen (73), “Midnights” by Taylor Swift (32) and “World Record”. by Neil Young & Crazy Horse.

Peter Fox remains on the throne

“Zukunft Pink” by Peter Fox feat. Inéz remains on the throne. Also defending their spot are Sam Smith & Kim Petras with “Unholy” in second place, followed by Nina Chuba with “Wildberry Lillet”, David Guetta & Bebe Rexha with “I’m Good (Blue)” and Luciano & Aitch feat. BIA with “Bamba”.

Christmas is already having an impact on the single charts: The classics “All I Want For Christmas Is You” (Mariah Carey, six) and “Last Christmas” (Wham!, seven) made it into the top for the first time in November 10. The 20 other Christmas songs in the charts include Shakin’ Stevens “Merry Christmas Everyone” (17) or Chris Rea’s “Driving Home For Christmas” (21).


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