Last week both Roger Cicero and DJ BoBo saw success on the German charts while The Ark had just managed to get into the Singles Top 100 at #99. A week later the German and the Swiss representatives can conclude that they are still making it despite a fall in the chart for both of them. The Swedes however must face the fact that they are currently out of the list.
Germany didn’t do well at the final of the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest, but Roger Cicero can be pleased about personal success in his home country. His album Männersachen was the fourth best selling album two week's ago in Germany, and although it has dropped a little bit it is still in the Top 10 in 7th position based on sales last week.
DJ BoBo has taken a larger dive, but he is still appealing to the German record buyers. His concept album Vampires has dropped from a 15th place to now being number 58. The official album with all 42 songs from this year’s Eurovision Song Contest is found on the German Compilation Chart at #6 (down from #3 last week) after being on the chart for five weeks.
On the single charts in Germany, Roger Cicero’s entry Frauen regier’n die welt has dropped 20 places from number 17 to this week’s 37th position. A similar drop has happened to the Swiss entry Vampires are alive which is to be found at #60 on the German Singles Top 100, a loss of 22 places from last week’s #38. Even heaven cries by Monrose – one of Roger Cicero’s two competitors in the 2007 German final – is to be found in 67th place. A drop of 7 places compared to last week.