Love Kills is not a single. It's just an iTunes / Spotify give away, that's all. The original FM version peaked at no. 10 in the UK. Not sure about the States, but it certainly wasn't a hit over there.
It won't chart with those figures, too much competition, no one in the music industry really cares about the top 40 anymore, and a number one doesn't hold the kudos it once had. Most experts are saying that the singles chart will disappear in the next few years.
Mr. Bed Guy wrote:
I mean the new version of course.
What's the difference between a "single" or an "i-Tunes giveaway" these days???? Nearly no single gets a physical release.....
Man, I used to love cd and cassette singles.............cheap and you got one hit song and maybe a few tracks released nowhere else......
I've never bought a single CD or cassette or vinyl, but I will love a single CD with any new song from Queen Forever + 2 or 3 new takes from the same album, or some new B-Side. A must buy for me.
A shame nobody cares about audio quality, with those 128 kbps MP3, downloaded from Ares, "enjoying music" in expensives home theaters.