Wednesday, 22 September 2010

Mid Week Chart

.... and a-ha are at number....

Oh, they are not on the top 40. I thought the volume of CDs might be sufficient. I was wrong. Still, there should be no surprise - there was zero promotion to support the release as always.

Why the decision to release the last single 25 years after the 1985 Take on me UK release? No one has noticed. I guess the album will score better as it will have some promotion.

1 comment:

  1. I like what are you doing with the promotion of "Butterfly Butterfly". It really is a great song. It's a bittersweet ending. I wish this had released BEFORE I saw the band in concert in New York this past summer at the Nokia Theatre. If it is any consolation, "Butterfly Butterfly" is getting 4-5 plays a day on an independent American internet radio station (which can be listened to from anywhere) called "Radio Creme Brulee" (google it to get to the website). "Butterfly Butterfly" is currently #4 on the listener-ratings charts for the station so people obviously like the track. I just thought I'd share this with you since you set up a blog exclusively to promote the track.