The X Factor effect is back and influencing the singles chart once again as songs by Oasis, Radiohead and Adele are set to bounce back into the Top 40 after being featured on the show.
Adele's Make You Feel Alive shot into number four in the mid-week charts while Oasis' Stop Crying Your Heart Out is at number 38, and Radiohead's Creep is number 40.
The three tracks have all been covered recently by contestants on the ITV talent show, with one of the favourites, Gamu Nhengu, giving a rendition of Make You Feel Alive that almost moved judge Louis Walsh to tears.
The music industry is well aware of the impact having a song featured on the reality TV series can have, with Joe McElderry's performance of Don't Stop Believin' on the ITV1 show helping the Journey track break the top 20.
And in 2008, Alexandra Burke's X Factor version of Hallelujah led to a chart battle between her and Jeff Buckley's original for Christmas number one.