"No Tomorrow" is the debut single by American pop rock band Orson. It was released on February 27, 2006 as the lead single from their debut studio album, Bright Idea (2007). Despite entering the UK Singles Chart at #5 (selling 22,337 copies), "No Tomorrow" climbed two weeks later to gain the top spot, which earned the band the record for the lowest ever weekly sales of a UK number-one single, selling only 17,694 copies. It held this record for over a decade until "One Dance" by Drake sold even fewer copies during its ninth week at number 1 in June 2016.

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  • "No Tomorrow" is the debut single by American pop rock band Orson. It was released on February 27, 2006 as the lead single from their debut studio album, Bright Idea (2007). Despite entering the UK Singles Chart at #5 (selling 22,337 copies), "No Tomorrow" climbed two weeks later to gain the top spot, which earned the band the record for the lowest ever weekly sales of a UK number-one single, selling only 17,694 copies. It held this record for over a decade until "One Dance" by Drake sold even fewer copies during its ninth week at number 1 in June 2016. The single went on to be the UK's twelfth best-selling single of 2006, having spent seven weeks in the UK Top 5 and 18 weeks in the Top 75. The single, however, had previously been released as a free download on the iTunes music store, where it became the most downloaded single of the week to date. In France, it is the soundtrack of the TV series Les Bleus. (en)
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  • "Jessie"
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  • "No Tomorrow" is the debut single by American pop rock band Orson. It was released on February 27, 2006 as the lead single from their debut studio album, Bright Idea (2007). Despite entering the UK Singles Chart at #5 (selling 22,337 copies), "No Tomorrow" climbed two weeks later to gain the top spot, which earned the band the record for the lowest ever weekly sales of a UK number-one single, selling only 17,694 copies. It held this record for over a decade until "One Dance" by Drake sold even fewer copies during its ninth week at number 1 in June 2016. (en)
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