Where Are We Now?, David Bowie's first new song in a decade, has reached the Top 10 in this week's UK singles chart.
Its placing, at six, followed initial concerns by the Official Charts Company that its sales could not be tabulated.
Bowie left his fans surprised and delighted when he released the track on Tuesday, his 66th birthday.
It was originally feared that sales of the song as a single track could not be differentiated from copies given free to those who pre-order his new album.
The track went straight to the top of the UK iTunes chart after it was put on sale.
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