London Lite Tuesday, 1 September 2009 11 Sound&Lite 1 (-) Humbug Arctic Monkeys 2 (-) One Love David Guetta 3 (1) ReadyForTheWeekend Calvin Harris 4 (4) The End Black Eyed Peas 5 (2) Catch 22 Tinchy Stryder 6 (5) Sunny Side Up Paolo Nutini 7 (3) I Am Sasha Fierce Beyonc 8 (6) The Essential Michael Jackson 9 (14) Songs For You Truths For Me James Morrison 10 (7) Lungs Florence & The Machine Source: The Official UK Charts Company POST YOUR iBLOG REVIEWS AT thisislondon.co.uk/lite TOP 10 SINGLES 1 (-) Holiday Dizzee Rascal 2 (1) Sexy Chick David Guetta feat Akon 3 (2) I Gotta Feeling Black Eyed Peas 4 (4) Ready For The Weekend Calvin Harris 5 (3) Never Leave You Tinchy Stryder feat Amelle 6 (6) Remedy Little Boots 7 (5) Sweet Dreams Beyonc 8 (7) Outta Here Esme Denters 9 (8) Supernova Mr Hudson 10 (-) That Golden Rule Biffy Clyro TOP 10 ALBUMS get sexy -- sugababes THE trios sultry, techno take on Right Said Freds Im Too Sexy, complete with a Ting Tings-style bridge. You wont get that chorus out of your head. lauren paxman Single of the week Boy, 15, stabbed as Notting Hills festival ends in violence Carnival is over! A 15-YEAR-OLD boy was stabbed with a nail in a mass brawl as vio- lence marred the end of the Notting Hill Carnival. The fight, at an after-carnival party at The Elbow Room on Westbourne Grove last night, ended with two people being injured. A man suffered facial wounds from a broken glass. The teenager was found collapsed in Monmouth Road, off Westbourne Grove, with wounds to his chest, stomach and one leg. He was said to be in a serious but stable condition in hospital today. The attack was one of a handful of outbreaks of violence last night, though none were on the scale of last years rioting which saw dozens of people, including police, injured. Scotland Yard, which mobilised thousands of officers for the Carnival in what was its biggest public order operation of the year, reported the 222 arrests this year were 20 per cent down on last years event. Those arrested included a group of 38 youths stopped by officers at Victoria station. A bullet proof vest and knife were recovered from the group who were taken to a south London police station. Officers also seized 38 cars at the event in connec- tion with various offences. They used special cameras to track criminals attempting to drive to the festival, and set up airport-style metal detec- tors at Tubes and bus stations. Earlier, a surprise appearance on stage by the award-winning singer Ms Dynamite was cancelled because of crowd safety fears. Despite the arrests and safety fears, police described the event as remark- ably peaceful. Nearly 750,000 revel- lers enjoyed the spectacle. Mass brawl: bottles are thrown last night as a young man lies injured BY GEORGInA LITTLEjOhn Mandecapitatedoutsideclub A MAN died after being run down by a car outside the Ministry of Sound nightclub, sparking a gun battle in which a second man was shot. Witnesses said the first victim was decapitated by the vehicle outside the Elephant and Castle club shortly before 5am yesterday. A 29-year-old was subsequently shot and is in a serious condition in hospital. In another incident, a gunman opened fire inside The Hill Club in Muswell Hill in the early hours of Saturday. Three people were taken to hospital with gunshot wounds. HH index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html