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    Official Singles Chart Top 100
    24 July 2020 - 30 July 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 3 3* Joel Corry ft MNEK ~ Head & Heart
    2 1 6 Jawsh 685 and Jason Derulo ~ Savage Love (Laxed - Siren Beat)
    3 2 14 DaBaby ft Roddy Ricch ~ Rockstar
    4 4 9 Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande ~ Rain On Me
    5 6 24 Harry Styles ~ Watermelon Sugar
    6 7 3 AJ Tracey and Mabel ~ West Ten
    7 8 13 Regard and Raye ~ Secrets
    8 NE 1 DJ Khaled ft Drake ~ Greece
    9 NE 1 Headie One and Drake ~ Only You Freestyle

    10 10 12 AJ Tracey ft MoStack ~ Dinner Guest
    11 NE 1 DJ Khaled ft Drake ~ Popstar
    12 14 3 Pop Smoke ft 50 Cent and Roddy Ricch ~ The Woo
    13 9 2 Juice Wrld and Marshmello ~ Come & Go
    14 25 11 Chris Brown and Young Thug ~ Go Crazy
    15 18 8 Tion Wayne ft Dutchavelli and Stormzy ~ I Dunno
    16 16 34 The Weeknd ~ Blinding Lights ***
    17 19 24 Sam Fischer ~ This City
    18 17 12 StaySolidRocky ~ Party Girl
    19 15 2 Juice Wrld ~ Wishing Well
    20 5 15 Topic ft A7S ~ Breaking Me ***
    21 22 6 Jubël ft Neimy ~ Dancing In The Moonlight
    22 20 24 Nathan Dawe ft Jaykae ~ Flowers
    23 31 4 Becky Hill and Sigala ~ Heaven On My Mind
    24 21 19 Ava Max ~ Kings & Queens
    25 27 16 Jack Harlow ~ Whats Poppin
    26 23 16 S1mba ft DTG ~ Rover ***
    27 26 30 Young T and Bugsey ft Headie One ~ Don't Rush
    28 29 3 Digga D ~ Woi
    29 32 12 Drake ft Giveon ~ Chicago Freestyle
    30 28 3 Pop Smoke ft Lil Baby and DaBaby ~ For The Night
    31 40 8 PS1 ft Alex Hosking ~ Fake Friends
    32 33 14 Surf Mesa ft Emilee ~ ILY (I Love You Baby)
    33 34 51 Tones and I ~ Dance Monkey ***
    34 11 3 Juice Wrld ft Halsey ~ Life's A Mess
    35 41 9 Niko B ~ Who's That?, What's That?
    36 38 3 Ty Dolla $ign ft Kanye West, FKA Twigs and Skrillex ~ Ego Death
    37 RE 14 Pop Smoke ~ Dior
    38 35 29 Saint Jhn ~ Roses ***
    39 NE 1 Abra Cadabra ~ On Deck
    40 NE 1 Kygo and Tina Turner ~ What's Love Got To Do With It?


    41 37 5 M Huncho and Dutchavelli ~ Burning
    42 13 18 220 Kid and Gracey ~ Don't Need Love ***
    43 12 18 Megan Thee Stallion (ft Beyoncé) ~ Savage ***
    44 43 136 Ed Sheeran (ft Beyoncé / Andrea Bocelli) ~ Perfect
    45 42 23 Powfu ft Beabadoobee ~ Death Bed (Coffee For Your Head) ***
    46 39 2 M1llionz ~ B1llionz
    47 45 12 Marshmello and Halsey ~ Be Kind
    48 47 82 Lewis Capaldi ~ Someone You Loved ***
    49 30 2 D-Block Europe ~ Plain Jane
    50 49 38 Dua Lipa ~ Don't Start Now ***
    51 59 6 Ella Henderson ~ Take Care of You
    52 48 6 Rosalía and Travis Scott ~ TKN
    53 50 16 Drake ~ Toosie Slide ***
    54 63 6 Tom Walker ~ Wait For You
    55 53 36 Lewis Capaldi ~ Before You Go ***
    56 54 26 Joel Corry ~ Lonely ***
    57 51 17 Dua Lipa ~ Break My Heart ***
    58 24 11 Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber ~ Stuck With U ***
    59 58 30 Doja Cat (ft Nicki Minaj) ~ Say So ***
    60 60 10 Kygo and OneRepublic ~ Lose Somebody
    61 74 2 Paul Woolford and Diplo ft Kareen Lomax ~ Looking For Me
    62 55 12 Idina Menzel and Aurora ~ Into the Unknown
    63 52 3 Deno ft OFB ~ Circles
    64 RE 6 KSI ft Aiyana-Lee ~ Killa Killa
    65 NE 1 Dua Lipa ~ Hallucinate
    66 61 20 Aitch and AJ Tracey ~ Rain ***
    67 82 2 Jason Derulo, Puri and Jhorrmountain ~ Coño
    68 64 24 Lil Mosey ~ Blueberry Faygo ***
    69 71 3 Curtis Waters ft Harm Franklin ~ Stunnin'
    70 66 33 Harry Styles ~ Adore You ***
    71 70 35 Stormzy ft Ed Sheeran and Burna Boy ~ Own It ***
    72 65 5 Wallows ft Clairo ~ Are You Bored Yet?
    73 68 30 JP Saxe ft Julia Michaels ~ If The World Was Ending ***
    74 NE 1 Anne-Marie ft Doja Cat ~ To Be Young
    75 NE 1 Dutchavelli ~ Black


    76 62 3 Dixie D'Amelio ~ Be Happy
    77 67 11 Idina Menzel and Evan Rachel Wood ~ Show Yourself
    78 RE 17**(26) Joy Division ~ Love Will Tear Us Apart *** ****vinyl reissue in tandem with Closer album
    79 85 11 Doja Cat ft Gucci Mane ~ Like That
    80 76 6 The Kid Laroi and Juice Wrld ~ Go
    81 75 17 Little Mix ~ Break Up Song ***
    82 72 4 Dermot Kennedy ~ Giants
    83 NE 1 Love Regenerator and Steve Lacy ~ Live Without Your Love
    84 84 49 Regard ~ Ride It ***
    85 80 2 Unknown T ~ Deh Deh
    86 79 4 Meekz ~ Like Me
    87 NE 1 Rod Wave ft ATR Son Son ~ Rags2Riches
    88 87 115 George Ezra ~ Shotgun ***
    89 81 44 Maroon 5 ~ Memories ***
    90 78 24 Justin Bieber ft Quavo ~ Intentions ***
    91 NE 1 Banners ~ Someone To You
    92 86 26 Harry Styles ~ Falling ***
    93 73 4 Will Ferrell and My Marianne ~ Husavik (My Hometown)
    94 95 49 Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber ~ I Don't Care ***
    95 94 236 The Killers ~ Mr Brightside ***
    96 57 4 Blackpink ~ How You Like That?
    97 90 54 Lewis Capaldi ~ Bruises ***
    98 46 17 Hosh and 1979 ft Jalja ~ Midnight (The Hanging Tree) ***
    99 NE 1 Unknown T ft Young T and Bugsey ~ Main Squeeze
    100 92 21 Mabel ~ Boyfriend ***


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    Official Albums Chart Top 100
    24 July 2020 - 30 July 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 NE 1* Ellie Goulding ~ Brightest Blue
    2 1 2 Juice Wrld ~ Legends Never Die
    3 3 3 Pop Smoke ~ Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon
    4 16 5 Bob Dylan ~ Rough and Rowdy Ways ****vinyl release
    5 NE 1 The Chicks ~ Gaslighter ****group formerly known as Dixie Chicks
    6 RE 9 Joy Division ~ Closer ****40th anniversary vinyl release and remaster
    7 NE 1 Lianne La Havas ~ Lianne La Havas
    8 5 62 Lewis Capaldi ~ Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent
    9 NE 1 Massive Wagons ~ House Of Noise
    10 7 32 Harry Styles ~ Fine Line
    11 NE 1 Jarv Is... ~ Beyond The Pale ****group led by former Pulp vocalist Jarvis Cocker who is also listed on some online platforms
    12 NE 1 Boyzlife with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra ~ Strings Attached
    13 9 17 Dua Lipa ~ Future Nostalgia
    14 NE 1 Unknown T ~ Rise Above Hate
    15 10 88 Fleetwood Mac ~ 50 Years: Don't Stop
    16 12 141 Elton John ~ Diamonds
    17 15 54 Ed Sheeran ~ No.6 Collaborations Project
    18 11 51 Mabel ~ High Expectations
    19 13 903 Queen ~ Greatest Hits
    20 19 935 Bob Marley and The Wailers ~ Legend
    21 18 177 Ed Sheeran ~ ÷ (Divide)
    22 17 69 Billie Eilish ~ When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
    23 22 951 ABBA ~ Gold: Greatest Hits
    24 21 846 Fleetwood Mac ~ Rumours
    25 14 8 Lady Gaga ~ Chromatica
    26 24 46 Post Malone ~ Hollywood's Bleeding
    27 RE 1**(4) Tin Machine ~ Tin Machine II ****vinyl reissue and remaster with new label credit
    28 25 43 Becky Hill ~ Get To Know
    29 NE 1 Pretenders ~ Hate for Sale
    30 26 359 Oasis ~ Time Flies... 1994-2009
    31 30 164 Dua Lipa ~ Dua Lipa
    32 NE 1 Oliver Tree ~ Ugly Is Beautiful
    33 28 192 David Bowie ~ Legacy
    34 31 419 Eminem ~ Curtain Call: The Hits
    35 29 9 KSI ~ Dissimulation
    36 RE 17 Bee Gees ~ Timeless: The All-Time Greatest Hits
    37 33 331 Whitney Houston ~ The Ultimate Collection
    38 32 32 Stormzy ~ Heavy Is The Head
    39 8 3 Paul Weller ~ On Sunset
    40 35 81 Jax Jones ~ Snacks

    41 NE 1 The Blinders ~ Fantasies Of A Stay At Home Psychopath
    42 36 272 The Beatles ~ 1
    43 37 446 Oasis ~ (What's The Story) Morning Glory
    44 40 453 Michael Jackson ~ Number Ones
    45 39 188 The Killers ~ Direct Hits
    46 34 84 Juice Wrld ~ Goodbye & Good Riddance
    47 45 48 Taylor Swift ~ Lover
    48 42 107 Billie Eilish ~ Don't Smile At Me
    49 38 18 The Weeknd ~ After Hours
    50 43 118 XXXTentacion ~ ?
    51 44 122 George Ezra ~ Staying At Tamara's
    52 41 24 Pop Smoke ~ Meet The Woo 2 [mixtape]
    53 NE 1 Level 42 ~ Essential Level 42
    54 49 73 Tom Walker ~ What A Time To Be Alive
    55 47 318 Ed Sheeran ~ ×
    56 51 358 Arctic Monkeys ~ AM
    57 94 92 One Direction ~ Take Me Home
    58 NE 1 Small Faces and Humble Pie ~ The Ultimate Collection
    59 52 12 Drake ~ Dark Lane Demo Tapes [mixtape]
    60 57 23 Jason Derulo ~ Platinum Hits
    61 55 170 George Michael ~ Twenty Five
    62 50 366 Foo Fighters ~ Greatest Hits
    63 53 297 Arctic Monkeys ~ Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
    64 59 151 Maroon 5 ~ Singles
    65 54 14 Gerry Cinnamon ~ The Bonny
    66 65 225 Red Hot Chili Peppers ~ Greatest Hits
    67 2 2 The Streets ~ None of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive [mixtape]
    68 61 117 Post Malone ~ Beerbongs & Bentleys
    69 67 106 Drake ~ Scorpion
    70 58 72 Dave ~ Psychodrama
    71 4 2 DMA's ~ The Glow
    72 64 164 Stevie Wonder ~ The Definitive Collection
    73 68 75 Elvis Presley ~ The 50 Greatest Hits
    74 23 2 Big Country ~ Essential Big Country
    75 60 381 Amy Winehouse ~ Back To Black

    76 74 232 Jess Glynne ~ I Cry When I Laugh
    77 48 8 Kygo ~ Golden Hour
    78 69 368 Oasis ~ Definitely Maybe
    79 73 48 Harry Styles ~ Harry Styles
    80 RE 32 One Direction ~ Four
    81 66 305 Queen ~ The Platinum Collection (Greatest Hits I, II & III)
    82 76 298 Sam Smith ~ In The Lonely Hour
    83 RE 35 One Direction ~ Made in the A.M.
    84 75 10 Polo G ~ The Goat
    85 70 34 Dermot Kennedy ~ Without Fear
    86 46 4 Haim ~ Women In Music Pt. III
    87 86 91 Jess Glynne ~ Always In Between
    88 63 27 Eminem ~ Music To Be Murdered By
    89 20 3 Katherine Jenkins ~ Cinema Pardiso
    90 83 82 Billy Joel ~ Piano Man: The Very Best Of Billy Joel
    91 77 77 Travis Scott ~ Astroworld
    92 87 91 The Stone Roses ~ The Very Best Of The Stone Roses
    93 79 82 Green Day ~ Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band
    94 80 153 Katy Perry ~ Teenage Dream
    95 71 28 Juice Wrld ~ Death Race For Love
    96 78 180 Adele ~ 25
    97 82 75 Phil Collins ~ The Singles
    98 RE 54 One Direction ~ Midnight Memories
    99 81 119 Dire Straits and Mark Knopfler ~ Private Investigations: The Best Of Dire Straits and Mark Knopfler
    100 88 26 J Hus ~ Big Conspiracy


    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 July 24, 2020, 19:32.
    Don't bother updating your signature if it's a link. It takes you to completely random pages!!!!

  • #2
    Singles Chart analysis: Joel Corry and MNEK surge to singles summit

    by James Masterton

    MNEK really wanted to be top of the charts. When midweek flashes indicated his Joel Corry collaboration Head & Heart had edged into a narrow lead he tweeted out a brand new a capella rendition of the song complete with revised lyrics urging people to make his dream come true.

    Three weeks into its chart life the single sits proudly at No.1, its sales rocketing to 67,806 (of which 60,671 are from sales-equivalent streams). It is the first chart-topping single for either man, and the 20th No.1 hit in chart history to mention heart or hearts in the title - the first since Rixton's Me And My Broken Heart back in 2014.

    Some small sympathy then for Savage Love by Jason Derulo and Jawsh 685, deposed from the top of the charts despite a still strong sale of 61,460, the most for any No.2 single for almost four months. The Top 5 are completed by former No.1 hits Rockstar (No.3, 49,780 sales) by DaBaby feat. Roddy Ricch, Rain On Me (No.4, 39,966 sales) by Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande and Watermelon Sugar, which climbs to a new peak of No.5 (34,450 sales) for Harry Styles.

    We are used to artists featuring on multiple simultaneous chart hits, but this week Drake takes this to an entirely new level, contriving to appear as the secondary name on each of the three highest new entries.

    Two are accounted for by his collaborations with DJ Khaled. Leading the way is Greece, a track whose beats were first teased as long ago as last summer in social media postings by Swiss producer OZ. The finished product proves to be worth the wait, slamming straight in at No.8 with 28,928 sales as the highest new entry of the week.

    A few paces behind is the equally fascinating Popstar, again credited to both men in tandem. It is desperately unlucky not to maintain the Top 10 placing it was set for based on weekend flashes, instead charting at No.11 with 24,804 sales.

    Just in between is Aubrey Graham's third hit single and the Canadian superstar can duly be found alongside Londoner Headie One as Only You Freestyle makes its chart bow. The track is no less than the fifth chart entry so far this year for the British rapper. At No.9 (27,878 sales) it is far and away the biggest so far in 2020, and his biggest chart hit since he featured on the Stormzy album cut Audacity (No.6 in December last year).

    The three tracks are Drake's 86th, 87th and 88th chart entries respectively and together they mean his chart singles have spent a combined total of 802 weeks on the Top 75. All this in the space of just over 10 years.

    Go Crazy, the collaboration between Chris Brown and Young Thug continues to make impressive chart progress. Another jump in streams propels the track to a new peak of No.14 this week with 21,550 sales to its name.

    Before today Tottenham rapper Abra Cadabra was perhaps most famous for being the subject of a famous mix-up at the 2016 MOBO awards, his intended gong mistakenly presented and victory speeches made by others before the error was corrected. He finally lands a long overdue chart hit of his own this week as On Deck becomes his first credited hit single, the highest new entry of the week not to feature Drake in any shape or form at No.39 with 11,679 sales.

    Hard on the heels of his global smash hit mix of Whitney Houston's Higher Love, Kygo moves onto the next phase of his campaign to return legends to the charts. The subject this time is Tina Turner, his new remix of her 1984 smash What's Love Got To Do With It just as absorbing to the ear as it sounds on paper. Originally a No.3 hit 36 years ago the track returns to the chart this week at No.40 (11,507 sales) at the start of a journey, which is almost certain to see it near the summit in due course. It is the 80-year-old Tina Turner's first chart single since 2010 and extends her span of hits to over 54 years.

    Bringing up the rear in terms of new entries this week we also have a re-entry for KSI's Killa Killa at No.64 (7,562 sales) following the overdue release of its official video. The track originally hit No.27 at the start of June as an album cut. Just behind at No.65 (7,353 sales) is Hallucinate by Dua Lipa, officially the fourth single from her Future Nostalgia album.

    Cono, a track released by Jason Derulo in 2017 alongside Puri and Jhorrmountain is currently enjoying a second wind online as a TikTok viral and charts for the very first time at No.67 (7,062 sales). Finally, To Be Young, a collaboration between Anne-Marie and Doja Cat arrives at No.74 (6,202 sales).

    The singles market is once more virtually unchanged week on week, up 0.87% to 21,212,148. Paid sales rally slightly, up 1.8% week on week to 490,938. Sales of physical singles are up an incredible 441% week on week to 15,727, this entirely thanks to special edition 12-inch re-releases of three rare Joy Division singles (Love Will Tear Us Apart, Atmosphere, and Transmission), which between them accounted for 12,036 of that total.

    © Music Week

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    • #3
      Albums Chart analysis: Ellie Goulding hits No.1 with first album in five years

      by James Masterton

      The golden summer of Polydor continues as the label this week can boast its eighth No.1 album of 2020 but perhaps more astonishingly its fourth in as many weeks. Taking centre stage this time around is Ellie Goulding with Brightest Blue, her first new album in almost five years. Selling an impressive 14,820 copie (of which 11,129 were physical) it duly becomes her third No.1 record, her first since Halcyon reached the summit in October 2010.

      Ellie Goulding's four official albums to date (five counting remix collection Halcyon Days) have managed a cumulative tally of 2,488,199. The aforementioned Halcyon is easily her biggest seller, clocking up 1,261,326 of that total.

      Goulding's success leaves last week's champion Juice Wrld in second place (11,814 sales), with Pop Smoke just behind at No.3 (9,599 sales). Perhaps more surprising is the return of Bob Dylan's Rough And Rowdy Ways, which was released on vinyl this week and with a 177% week-on-week increase rebounds back to No.3 with 9,029 sales to its name.

      Imagine carefully choosing July 17 as the ideal release date for your new product only to discover that just about everyone else had the same idea. In one of the most frantic midsummer weeks in memory, Ellie Goulding’s album is one of no fewer than five brand new entries to the albums chart Top 10.

      Leading the way amongst the also-rans are the artists formerly known as Dixie Chicks with their first chart entry since 2006's Taking The Long Way. The newly rebranded Chicks arrive at No.5 (6,559 sales) with Gaslighter, at a stroke the highest charting record of their career, beating the No.10 peak scaled by its predecessor 14 years ago.

      Joy Division's 1979 debut Unknown Pleasures finally made the upper end of the charts for the very first time a year ago when a 40th anniversary re-release propelled it to No.5. Now it is the turn of the band's celebrated follow-up Closer to merit the same treatment. Originally a No.6 album first time around the re-released collection matches that peak exactly with a sale of 5,949.

      Next in line is Lianne La Havas, also releasing her first album in five years and who can now boast a perfect trio of Top 10 albums. Eponymously titled, the new record is this week No.7 (5,856 sales) and follows the successful chart runs of Is Your Love Big Enough (No.4 in 2012) and Blood (No.2 in 2015).

      House Of Noise is the fifth full album from Lancaster's Massive Wagons but only the second to chart, following their 2018 release Full Nelson which reached No.16. This time around they do far better, flying to No.9 with a first week sale of 5,237.

      Originally conceived by their frontman solely as a live act, Jarvis Cocker's Jarv Is finally made it into the recording studio last year with the release of a one-off single Must I Evolve. Now the sextet have a full album to their name and after numerous changes in release dates Beyond The Pale finally arrived in the shops this week. Unlucky not to be another Top 10 new entry, the album is instead No.11 with 5,084 sales to its name. It is Jarvis Cocker's highest-charting record since Pulp's 2001 swansong We Love Life reached No.6.

      The combination of Keith Duffy, Brian McFadden and the RPO performing orchestral versions of their classic hits just screams "Christmas stocking filler", making the midsummer release of Strings Attached an even more remarkable piece of marketing. Hitting the charts for the first time under the Boyzlife portmanteau, which they have used for touring together for the past few years, the former boy band pair make their recording bow at No.12 with 4,716 sales.

      The new albums don't stop there either. The eighth new arrival in the Top 20 is Rise Above Hate, marking the albums chart debut for drill star Unknown T. The collection is new at No.14 with 4,156 sales.

      David Bowie's Tin Machine project remains the subject of extensive debate amongst his aficionados, but regardless of your view on its merits the re-release of the group's second album Tin Machine II and its availability on vinyl for the first time since release was a major talking point this week. Absent from the charts since its initial three-week run in 1991, the album returns at No.27 with 2,566 sales, just a few places shy of its original No.23 peak.

      Hate For Sale is the first new Pretenders album in four years, the eleventh of their career, and becomes their highest charting album of new material since 1995 with a debut at No.29 (2,473 sales).

      Technically his second album after his 2013 debut Splitting Branches was released under the mononym Tree, Ugly Is Beautiful marks the chart debut of American singer/rapper/comedian Oliver Tree. He is a new entry at No.32 with 2,321 sales.

      No.54 with their studio debut Columbia back in 2018, Manchester three-piece The Blinders land a second chart record with their sophomore effort Fantasies Of A Stay At Home Psychopath which takes them to a new high of No.41 with 2,057 sales.

      The glut of hits collections on the albums chart at present is added to with the final new arrivals of the week. Leading the way is The Essential from Level 42 which is No.53 with 1,713 sales. It is the 4th hits collection from the group to chart, following 1989’s Level Best (No.5), The Very Best Of in 1998 (No.41) and The Definitive Collection released in 2006 (No.20).

      Finally, The Ultimate Collection is a three-disc gathering of Steve Marriott’s work with both Small Faces and Humble Pie and debuts at No.58 with 1,634 sales.

      Album sales rise just over 1% week on week to 1,777,102. Physical sales stand at 343,898 copies, up 6.6% on the week and represent 19.35% of the market. Watching just what Taylor Swift does to that figure next week will be a fascination all of its own.

      © Music Week

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      • #4
        DJ Khaled - a more useless "artist" than Mr Blobby and Farnk Bruno.
        Don't bother updating your signature if it's a link. It takes you to completely random pages!!!!

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        • #5
          Amazing that just 270 odd album sales separate the No. 32 position album and the No. 54 position album. It just shows how few albums are sold these days that even 100 extra copies sold can add 10 places of a rise to an album chart position!

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          • #6
            So Kygo didn't add What's Love to "Golden Hour" like most artist do with new singles (Becky, Mabel, Jax....)
            KUBA'S CHART

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Robbie View Post
              Albums Chart analysis: Ellie Goulding hits No.1 with first album in five years

              by James Masterton

              The golden summer of Polydor continues as the label this week can boast its eighth No.1 album of 2020 but perhaps more astonishingly its fourth in as many weeks. Taking centre stage this time around is Ellie Goulding with Brightest Blue, her first new album in almost five years. Selling an impressive 14,820 copie (of which 11,129 were physical) it duly becomes her third No.1 record, her first since Halcyon reached the summit in October 2010.

              © Music Week
              Reading that was depressing - when did 14k become impressive?

              Great #1 in the Singles Chart - both Joel and MNEK deserve it. Poor debut for Kygo and Tina, hoping for bigger things in the coming weeks.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Wayne View Post

                Reading that was depressing - when did 14k become impressive?

                Great #1 in the Singles Chart - both Joel and MNEK deserve it. Poor debut for Kygo and Tina, hoping for bigger things in the coming weeks.
                I agree. It's a sign that things really are bad when a chart sale of 14.8k (of which 11.1k were physicals and 1.5k were downloads) is considered impressive.

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                • #9
                  THANK YOU.

                  RNR NEVER DIE.

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