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    Official Singles Chart Top 100
    22 May 2020 - 28 May 2020


    The Official UK Top 100 chart is compiled by the Official Charts Company, based on official sales of downloads, CDs, vinyl, audio and video streams.

    https://www.officialcharts.com/charts/singles-chart/

    1 1 5* DaBaby ft Roddy Ricch ~ Rockstar
    2 3 21 Doja Cat (ft Nicki Minaj) ~ Say So
    3 2 7 Drake ~ Toosie Slide
    4 8 7 S1mba ft DTG ~ Rover
    5 5 14 Powfu ft Beabadoobee ~ Death Bed (Coffee For Your Head)
    6 9 9 Megan Thee Stallion (ft Beyonce) ~ Savage
    7 7 25 The Weeknd ~ Blinding Lights ***
    8 4 2 Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber ~ Stuck With U
    9 10 3 AJ Tracey ft MoStack ~ Dinner Guest
    10 6 2 6ix9ine ~ Gooba
    11 11 8 Dua Lipa ~ Break My Heart
    12 12 11 Aitch and AJ Tracey ~ Rain
    13 17 15 Nathan Dawe ft Jaykae ~ Flowers
    14 14 21 JP Saxe ft Julia Michaels ~ If The World Was Ending
    15 24 6 Topic ft A7S ~ Breaking Me
    16 13 20 Saint Jhn ~ Roses ***
    17 18 24 Harry Styles ~ Adore You
    18 15 8 Little Mix ~ Break Up Song
    19 20 15 Sam Fischer ~ This City
    20 22 9 220 Kid and Gracey ~ Don't Need Love
    21 19 17 Harry Styles ~ Falling
    22 21 42 Tones and I ~ Dance Monkey ***
    23 16 4 KSI ft Swarmz and Tion Wayne ~ Houdini
    24 31 12 Doja Cat ~ Boss Bitch
    25 29 10 Ava Max ~ Kings & Queens
    26 23 4 The Scotts (Travis Scott and Kid Cudi) ~ The Scotts
    27 32 21 Young T and Bugsey ft Headie One ~ Don't Rush
    28 27 17 Joel Corry ~ Lonely ***
    29 26 29 Dua Lipa ~ Don't Start Now ***
    30 43 4 Regard and Raye ~ Secrets
    31 25 16 Dua Lipa ~ Physical ***
    32 34 8 PartyNextDoor and Rihanna ~ Believe It
    33 30 3 Drake ft Giveon ~ Chicago Freestyle
    34 53 3 StaySolidRocky ~ Party Girl
    35 RE 15 Harry Styles ~ Watermelon Sugar
    36 36 15 Lil Mosey ~ Blueberry Faygo ***
    37 NE 1 Katy Perry ~ Daisies
    38 37 73 Lewis Capaldi ~ Someone You Loved ***
    39 38 9 The Weeknd ~ In Your Eyes
    40 33 5 Sam Smith and Demi Lovato ~ I'm Ready

    41 56 5 Surf Mesa ft Emilee ~ ILY (I Love You Baby)
    42 45 27 Lewis Capaldi ~ Before You Go ***
    43 NE 1 Daği Freyr ~ Think About Things ****Iceland's Eurovision entry which was featured in replacement show
    44 41 127 Ed Sheeran (ft Beyonce / Andrea Bocelli) ~ Perfect
    45 35 18 Jonas Brothers ~ What A Man Gotta Do?
    46 44 8 Jack Harlow ~ What's Poppin?
    47 63 5 Don Toliver ~ After Party
    48 28 5 Live Lounge Allstars (Radio 1 Stay Home Live Lounge) ~ Times Like These
    49 40 3 Marshmello and Halsey ~ Be Kind
    50 39 39 Travis Scott (ft Drake) ~ Sicko Mode
    51 46 15 Justin Bieber ft Quavo ~ Intentions ***
    52 42 4 The 1975 ~ If You're Too Shy (Let Me Know)
    53 48 12 Mabel ~ Boyfriend ***
    54 51 9 Robbie Doherty and Keees ~ Pour The Milk
    55 52 26 Stormzy ft Ed Sheeran and Burna Boy ~ Own It ***
    56 61 8 Hosh and 1979 ft Jalja ~ Midnight (The Hanging Tree)
    57 50 11 Benee ft Gus Dapperton ~ Supalonely ***
    58 54 20 Travis Scott ~ Highest In The Room
    59 NE 1 Future ft Travis Scott ~ Solitaires
    60 74 19 Future ft Drake ~ Life Is Good ***
    61 57 13 Europa (Jax Jones and Martin Solveig) ft Raye ~ Tequila ***
    62 58 22 Roddy Ricch ~ The Box ***
    63 47 4 Juice Wrld ~ Righteous
    64 59 8 Kygo ft Zara Larsson and Tyga ~ Like It Is
    65 NE 1 Kygo and OneRepublic ~ Lose Somebody
    66 66 19 Becky Hill ft Shift K3Y ~ Better Off Without You ***
    67 68 35 Maroon 5 ~ Memories ***
    68 60 3 Mist ft Fredo ~ House Party
    69 69 7 Madison Beer ~ Selfish
    70 67 9 Martin Solveig and Roy Woods ~ Juliet & Romeo
    71 73 60 Billie Eilish ~ Bad Guy ***
    72 77 45 Lewis Capaldi ~ Bruises ***
    73 49 2 Headie One ~ Rose Gold
    74 71 6 Twenty One Pilots ~ Level Of Concern
    75 NE 1 Natalie Taylor ~ Surrender

    76 72 2 Chris Brown and Young Thug ~ Go Crazy
    77 75 40 Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber ~ I Don't Care ***
    78 NE 1 Melanie Martinez ~ Play Date
    79 78 12 Lady Gaga ~ Stupid Love ***
    80 82 40 Regard ~ Ride It ***
    81 NE 1 Joyner Lucas ~ Will
    82 NE 1 Jonas Brothers ft Karol G ~ X

    83 76 19 Halsey ~ You Should Be Sad ***
    84 80 106 George Ezra ~ Shotgun ***
    85 NE 1 Future ft YoungBoy Never Broke Again ~ Trillionaire
    86 83 38 Post Malone ~ Circles ***
    87 81 15 Khalid and Disclosure ~ Know Your Worth ***
    88 84 44 Kygo and Whitney Houston ~ Higher Love ***
    89 62 3 Drake ft Playboi Carti ~ Pain 1993
    90 94 14 Surfaces ~ Sunday Best ***
    91 NE 1 Polo G ft Juice Wrld ~ Flex
    92 88 18 Eminem ft Juice Wrld ~ Godzilla ***
    93 90 227 The Killers ~ Mr Brightside ***
    94 89 39 Ed Sheeran ft Khalid ~ Beautiful People ***
    95 NE 1 SL ~ Bad Luck
    96 NE 1 The 1975 ~ Guys

    97 91 42 Lizzo ~ Good As Hell ***
    98 100 70 Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper ~ Shallow ***
    99 65 2 Lil Tjay ft Fivio Foreign and Pop Smoke ~ Zoo York
    100 RE 54 Dave ft Burna Boy ~ Location ***


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    Official Albums Chart Top 100
    22 May 2020 - 28 May 2020


    The UK's Top 100 biggest artist albums of the week is compiled by the Official Charts Company, based on sales of CDs, downloads, vinyl and weighted audio streams.

    https://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/

    1 2 53* Lewis Capaldi ~ Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent
    2 1 8 Dua Lipa ~ Future Nostalgia
    3 6 23 Harry Styles ~ Fine Line
    4 3 3 Drake ~ Dark Lane Demo Tapes [mixtape]
    5 NE 1 Future ~ High Off Life
    6 NE 1 Polo G ~ The Goat

    7 8 45 Ed Sheeran ~ No.6 Collaborations Project
    8 9 132 Elton John ~ Diamonds
    9 7 60 Billie Eilish ~ When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
    10 NE 1 Sleaford Mods ~ All That Glue (2013-2019)
    11 11 79 Fleetwood Mac ~ 50 Years: Don't Stop
    12 12 894 Queen ~ Greatest Hits
    13 16 942 ABBA ~ Gold: Greatest Hits
    14 15 168 Ed Sheeran ~ ÷ (Divide)
    15 17 37 Post Malone ~ Hollywood's Bleeding
    16 13 9 The Weeknd ~ After Hours
    17 22 42 Mabel ~ High Expectations
    18 NE 1 Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit ~ Reunions
    19 19 350 Oasis ~ Time Flies... 1994-2009
    20 20 837 Fleetwood Mac ~ Rumours
    21 24 34 Becky Hill ~ Get To Know
    22 14 5 Gerry Cinnamon ~ The Bonny
    23 23 155 Dua Lipa ~ Dua Lipa
    24 21 926 Bob Marley and The Wailers ~ Legend
    25 25 23 Stormzy ~ Heavy Is The Head
    26 27 72 Jax Jones ~ Snacks
    27 26 263 The Beatles ~ 1
    28 29 410 Eminem ~ Curtain Call: The Hits
    29 28 437 Oasis ~ (What's The Story) Morning Glory
    30 38 39 Taylor Swift ~ Lover
    31 31 98 Billie Eilish ~ Don't Smile At Me
    32 NE 1 Paradise Lost ~ Obsidian
    33 NE 1 Charli XCX ~ How I'm Feeling Now

    34 36 183 David Bowie ~ Legacy
    35 33 444 Michael Jackson ~ Number Ones
    36 34 113 George Ezra ~ Staying At Tamara's
    37 5 11 The D-Day Darlings ~ I'll Remember You
    38 35 357 Foo Fighters ~ Greatest Hits
    39 39 296 Queen ~ The Platinum Collection (Greatest Hits I, II & III)
    40 45 322 Whitney Houston ~ The Ultimate Collection

    41 42 109 XXXTentacion ~ ?
    42 40 155 Stevie Wonder ~ The Definitive Collection
    43 55 179 The Killers ~ Direct Hits
    44 44 309 Ed Sheeran ~ ×
    45 53 63 Dave ~ Psychodrama
    46 49 18 Eminem ~ Music To Be Murdered By
    47 43 288 Arctic Monkeys ~ Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
    48 41 161 George Michael ~ Twenty Five
    49 59 108 Post Malone ~ Beerbongs & Bentleys
    50 37 359 Oasis ~ Definitely Maybe
    51 54 75 Juice Wrld ~ Goodbye & Good Riddance
    52 10 2 Kehlani ~ It Was Good Until It Wasn't
    53 58 17 Doja Cat ~ Hot Pink
    54 62 17 J Hus ~ Big Conspiracy
    55 48 64 Tom Walker ~ What A Time To Be Alive
    56 47 66 Elvis Presley ~ The 50 Greatest Hits
    57 61 97 Drake ~ Scorpion
    58 57 68 Travis Scott ~ Astroworld
    59 56 19 Selena Gomez ~ Rare
    60 52 349 Arctic Monkeys ~ AM
    61 71 74 Gerry Cinnamon ~ Erratic Cinematic
    62 50 216 Red Hot Chili Peppers ~ Greatest Hits
    63 64 223 Jess Glynne ~ I Cry When I Laugh
    64 NE 1 Tiësto ~ The London Sessions
    65 66 142 Maroon 5 ~ Singles
    66 RE 43 The 1975 ~ A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships
    67 65 82 Jess Glynne ~ Always In Between
    68 NE 1 Callum Beattie ~ People Like Us
    69 77 372 Amy Winehouse ~ Back To Black
    70 73 36 Sam Fender ~ Hypersonic Missiles
    71 68 289 Sam Smith ~ In The Lonely Hour
    72 63 9 Lil Baby ~ My Turn
    73 81 343 Simon and Garfunkel ~ Greatest Hits
    74 74 83 The Stone Roses ~ The Very Best Of The Stone Roses
    75 RE 167 Taylor Swift ~ 1989

    76 72 67 Ariana Grande ~ Thank U, Next
    77 87 14 Jason Derulo ~ Platinum Hits
    78 69 10 Niall Horan ~ Heartbreak Weather
    79 80 73 Green Day ~ Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band
    80 67 174 Adele ~ 25
    81 RE 21 James Blunt ~ Once Upon A Mind
    82 84 67 Phil Collins ~ The Singles
    83 92 15 Pop Smoke ~ Meet The Woo 2
    84 98 145 Katy Perry ~ Teenage Dream
    85 75 181 The Beatles ~ 1967-1970 (The Blue Album)
    86 82 111 Dire Straits and Mark Knopfler ~ Private Investigations: The Best Of Dire Straits & Mark Knopfler
    87 NE 1 The Vapors ~ Together
    88 94 164 Little Mix ~ Glory Days
    89 46 3 Yxng Bane ~ Quarantime: The Lost Files
    90 95 411 Ed Sheeran ~ +
    91 91 94 Anne-Marie ~ Speak Your Mind
    92 90 94 Lionel Richie and The Commodores ~ The Definitive Collection
    93 89 45 Lizzo ~ Cuz I Love You
    94 86 11 Lil Uzi Vert ~ Eternal Atake
    95 RE 73 Billy Joel ~ Piano Man: The Very Best Of Billy Joel
    96 70 320 Guns N' Roses ~ Greatest Hits
    97 96 164 Bruno Mars ~ Doo-Wops & Hooligans
    98 97 156 Post Malone ~ Stoney
    99 88 86 One Direction ~ Take Me Home
    100 RE 42 Harry Styles ~ Harry Styles


    here's the video streaming chart
    here's the overall streaming chart

    Source: OCC / Radio 1

    Text source: BuzzJack (edited and refined by your host)

    *Weeks on top 100 chart as listed on OCC site.
    **Complete total of all entries in brackets.
    ***ACR affected tracks.
    ****Notes on special re-entries or other trivia
    Last edited by Blondini; Fri May 22nd, 2020, 19:40.
    Tony's Charts ft Hits / Albums (23rd May 20) - Charli XCX, Foxes, Sol Seppy, Moby, Ellie Goulding, Maya Hawke, Tove Lo, Sparks, Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit, Einstürzende Neubauten, Carly Rae Jepsen, Perfume Genius, The Dears, Sara Evans, Transglobal Underground, The Vapors, Alma, Noah Cyrus, Jess Williamson, Ilse DeLange

  • #2
    Charts analysis: DaBaby extends lead at No.1

    by James Masterton

    Increasing its sales by an impressive 28%, Rockstar by DaBaby featuring Roddy Ricch further extends its lead over the competition to spend a second week at the top of the charts, bringing to a halt the churn of the last month or so. Making the top of the market look slightly healthier than it has in recent weeks, the single posted 57,429 chart sales last week, of which 55,093 were from sales-equivalent streams.

    It was pointed out to me in the week that Rockstar has become something of a charmed title for hit singles in recent years. This is the fourth different song of that name since 2007 during which time it has produced a brace of No.2 hits (for Nickelback in 2007 and Dappy/Brian May in 2012) and now a pair of chart-topping singles, (the other by Post Malone/21 Savage in 2017). Rockstar is still one of only a small handful of titles to be attached to two entirely different No.1 singles, although the 21st century has seen more than its fair share of them. In the past 20 years Let's Dance, Sorry, Closer, Promises, Sing, Diamonds, Burn, I Don't Care, Hello, Perfect, River, and now Rockstar have all been added to the list of No.1 hits using recycled song titles.

    There genuinely was no chart race to speak of this week, so everyone else must content themselves with lining up some distance behind. Say So by Doja Cat rebounds back to its No.2 peak (37,026 sales), Toosie Slide by Drake down to No.3 (36,854 sales), and there is a new peak for Rover by S1mba featuring DTG which jumps 8-4 on 35,594 sales.

    The singles chart overall is going through one of its periodic periods of becalming. This week's Top 10 singles are identical to last, save for some reshuffling of the pack. Those not so far mentioned: Death Bed by Powfu featuring Beabadoobee (No.5, 35,282 sales), Savage by Megan Thee Stallion (No.6, 30,483 sales), Blinding Lights by The Weeknd (No.7, 29,352 sales), Stuck With U by Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber (No.8, 28,955 sales), Dinner Guest by AJ Tracey featuring MoStack (No.9, 27,127 sales) and finally Gooba from 6ix9ine (No.10, 23,746 sales).

    A notable riser in a market of fallers is Breaking Me by Topic featuring A7S, the German/Swedish collaboration breaking into the Top 20 at No.15 (20,700 sales) whilst Don't Need Love from 220 Kid & Gracey also rises to a new peak of No.20 (19,214 sales). There are also solid sales and corresponding chart jumps for Secrets by Regard & Raye (45-30, 13,083 sales) and Party Girl from StaySolidRocky (53-34, 11,973 sales).

    The highest new entry of the week is technically a re-entry. Watermelon Sugar by Harry Styles has already enjoyed a notable chart run, wandering as high as No.17 in November last year when first issued as a teaser for his Fine Line album. Clearly there were always bigger plans for the track and it has now been upgraded to full single release status with its official video debuting online during the week. The resultant boost of interest propels the song back onto the chart at No.35 (11,729 sales) to rejoin its predecessors Adore You and Falling which still linger at 17 and 21 respectively.

    Two places below we finally find the first actual brand-new hit of the week. Daisies is what we are told is the first official single from Katy Perry's forthcoming sixth studio album. As the most high-profile release of the week it is hard to escape the feeling this could have been bigger, landing at a mere No.37 with 11,591 sales although at a stroke it beats the peak of her last two singles Small Talk and Harleys In Hawaii which both fell short of the Top 40. Overall it is the singer's 31st chart hit.

    The Coronavirus pandemic put paid to last weekend's planned Eurovision Song Contest, fully cancelled for the first time in its history, but based on public chatter it is not unreasonable to assume that Iceland's Dadi Freyr would have emerged somewhere near the top of the scoreboard. Certainly the British public have voted with their ears and so his song Think About Things sweeps majestically onto the chart at No.43 (10,787). Of the planned British entry My Last Breath by James Newman there is no sign, although it does post its highest chart sale (2,258) since its release 11 weeks ago even if this is some way short of the numbers needed to register its first chart position.

    Other new arrivals this week: Solitaires from Future featuring Travis Scott, a cut from his High Off Life album (No.59, 8,182 sales), Lose Somebody from Kygo and OneRepublic (No.65, 7,795 sales) and Surrender from Natalie Taylor (No.75, 6,405 sales) which was first released in 2015 but now surfaces as a chart single after gaining popularity as a TikTok accompaniment.

    Singles sales are up 3.37% week-on-week and stand at 21,235,727. Paid-for sales however take a plunge, down 3.31% to 581,506 to hit a seven-week low.

    © Music Week

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    • #3
      Charts analysis: Lewis Capaldi returns to albums summit

      By James Masterton

      After several weeks waiting in the wings (it has been No.2 on seven occasions since the last time it reached the top) Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent by Lewis Capaldi nips smartly back to No.1 with a sale of 8,396 copies exactly one year to the week since it first debuted at the top of the charts. The album's year on sale has seen it spend its entire life inside the Top 10, never once dropping lower than No.8.

      This is now the seventh time Capaldi's debut album has reached No.1, setting a brand new record for a male solo artist and joining Our Version Of Events by Emeli Sande and 21 by Adele, hitherto the only single artist recordings to have managed a septet of visits to the top. Its cumulative chart sale is now just shy of a million, standing at 910,330 of which 397,074 are paid purchases.

      Originally planned to be named after its big hit single Life Is Good, Future's eighth studio album arrives this week as the slightly less incongruous High Off Life. The collection duly becomes his 11th chart record but only his second-ever Top 10 album as it bursts into life as the highest new entry of the week at No.5 (4,243 sales of which just 125 are paid downloads). It is enough to make it his highest-charting album to date, besting the No.6 peak of What A Time To Be Alive (on which he was co-billed with Drake) back in 2015.

      His debut album Die A Legend missed the grade altogether last year as far as the British charts were concerned, meaning American rapper Polo G makes his debut this week with The Goat. His second studio release moved 4,013 copies last week (just 41 of them paid downloads) and is the second highest new entry of the week at No.6.

      Their 10th studio album, but only the fourth to chart, All That Glue from the Sleaford Mods wasn't quite the chart-topping contender it was billed as earlier in the week but nonetheless becomes their second straight Top 10 album, sticking nicely to No.10 with a chart sale of 3,630. It was the top-selling vinyl album of the week, selling a whopping 2,250 copies on black plastic. The group's biggest selling release to date is Key Markets which has accumulated 24,891 chart sales since it debuted at No.11 in 2015.

      Recorded with his group The 400 Unit, Alabama musician Jason Isbell’s Reunions duly becomes his third album to reach the British charts as it springs into life at No.18 with an opening tally of 2,797 sales.

      Named, we presume, after the glassy volcanic rock which seems only appropriate given the way it sounds, Obsidian is no less than the sixteenth studio album from veteran gothic metal band Paradise Lost, their first release in three years. It is now their seventh chart album as it opens its account at 2,147. Eternally adrift from the mainstream, Paradise Lost haven't registered on the singles chart since 1998, the closest they have ever come to a mainstream hit is the No.53 peak of 1997 single Just Say Words, this their most popular single track to date with cumulative sales to date of 9,909 copies.

      The closest we came this week to a pop release, Charli XCX's How I'm Feeling Now was possibly the most talked-about release of the week thanks to its origins as a self-isolation work, the singer working remotely with producers and consulting fans over social media on everything from song ideas to artwork. Taking six weeks from conception to release, the DIY album possibly deserved a better showing than it makes, limping to No.33 on sales of 2,145. It is her fourth chart album albeit the lowest charting since her debut True Romance only crawled to No.85.

      Also new this week: The London Sessions, the eighth chart album from Dutch DJ Tiesto at No.64 (1,464 sales) and People Like Us from Scotsman Callum Beattie (No.68, 1,449 sales).

      Thirty-eight years and five months since the release of their last album together, The Vapors make a return to the charts with their special reunion release Together (No.87, 1,234 sales), the culmination of a comeback trail which began when David, Ed and Steve reunited for live dates back in 2016. Back in 1981 the group's second album Magnets missed the charts altogether meaning their gap between actual appearances stretches back even further, this officially their first chart album since New Clear Days reached No.44 in June 1980 - close to 40 years ago.

      Many of those quoted individual sales are indeed painfully small and so it is the long tail of back catalogue which ensures the albums market as a whole still holds firm, down just 0.68% week on week at 1,764,036. Paid-for sales of albums stand at 347,087, down from 374,237 last week.

      © Music Week

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      • #4
        'ROCKSTAR' is the biggest selling track of the week as 'Blinding Lights' falls to number 2 when ACR is removed. The latter recorded chart sales of 54,331. 'Roses' is at number 3 on 38,793. 'Dance Monkey' falls to its lowest place since the beginning of January as Tones & I falls one place to number 8. Great sales though, the track is now on 2,093,625 in total..

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        • #5
          Their 10th studio album, but only the fourth to chart, All That Glue from the Sleaford Mods wasn't quite the chart-topping contender it was billed as earlier in the week but nonetheless becomes their second straight Top 10 album, sticking nicely to No.10 with a chart sale of 3,630. It was the top-selling vinyl album of the week, selling a whopping 2,250 copies on black plastic. The group's biggest selling release to date is Key Markets which has accumulated 24,891 chart sales since it debuted at No.11 in 2015.
          It's not their 10th studio album at all, it is a compilation of rare material and a selection of the best from 2013-2019 - this distinction is reflected on the sleeve artwork and therefore my listing for the album.
          It had a double boost of promotion via record stores and a slot on Tim Burgess' Twitter Listening Party.

          Not even a mention of Lewis Capaldi's other release which presumably is on Budget Albums? (#8 in Scotland) https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...-albums-chart/

          Great that The Vapors managed to make the chart - if only for the statistic.

          Charli's album at 33 is pretty good considering it's digital only and how it was made.

          Not so good for Sparks whose album was digital only and misses the 200 (physical is out July and it should chart then) - or Moby with his best album in years (a return to rave and chillout) which looks like it's somewhere in the top 150?

          Ouch for Hayley Williams!
          Tony's Charts ft Hits / Albums (23rd May 20) - Charli XCX, Foxes, Sol Seppy, Moby, Ellie Goulding, Maya Hawke, Tove Lo, Sparks, Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit, Einstürzende Neubauten, Carly Rae Jepsen, Perfume Genius, The Dears, Sara Evans, Transglobal Underground, The Vapors, Alma, Noah Cyrus, Jess Williamson, Ilse DeLange

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          • #6
            ^
            Moby made it to number 180! With sales of 860.

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            • #7
              From Music Week Chart Pack:

              DaBaby - Rockstar (Interscope)

              This week’s sales: 57,429 | Downloads: 2,336
              Streams: 55,093 | Total sales to date: 168,113 |

              Lewis Capaldi – Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent (EMI)

              This week’s sales: 8,396 | Physical: 1,561 | Downloads: 425 |
              Streams: 6,410 | Total sales to date: 910,330

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Robbie View Post
                ^
                Moby made it to number 180! With sales of 860.
                I "liked" this post but i didn't like it.

                Charts are completed nice and early thanks to Buzzjack.
                Tony's Charts ft Hits / Albums (23rd May 20) - Charli XCX, Foxes, Sol Seppy, Moby, Ellie Goulding, Maya Hawke, Tove Lo, Sparks, Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit, Einstürzende Neubauten, Carly Rae Jepsen, Perfume Genius, The Dears, Sara Evans, Transglobal Underground, The Vapors, Alma, Noah Cyrus, Jess Williamson, Ilse DeLange

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Blondini View Post

                  Not even a mention of Lewis Capaldi's other release which presumably is on Budget Albums? (#8 in Scotland) https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...-albums-chart/
                  Yes, number 1 budget. I'd imagine as it only has 6 tracks that it's dealer price makes it a budget release.

                  http://thechartbook.co.uk - for the latest are best chart book - By Decade!
                  Now including NME, Record Mirror and Melody Maker from the UK and some Billboard charts

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                  • #10
                    What an absolutely abysmal top 10. I see we're now getting random dance songs creeping into the top 20 to join all the other crap. Is this from Spotify playlists or are we just being bombarded by tik tok junk now?

                    The whole top 100 is a who's who of WHO??
                    1 Groove Armada|2 Gjons Tears |3 Tove Lo|4 Jack Garratt |5 Sigma|

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