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  • Blondini
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    Official Singles / Albums Chart Update
    Source: OCC
    Missing Data:

    Top 100 Singles

    1 Ed Sheeran - Shivers (24,522)
    2 Adele - Easy On Me (23,885)
    3 Ed Sheeran - Bad Habits (19,572)
    4 Elton John & Dua Lipa - Cold Heart (19,238)
    5 ArrDee - Flowers (Say My Name) (12,422) *

    6-10
    10 Coldplay & BTS - My Universe

    11-20
    14 Ewan McVicar - Tell Me Something Good
    16 SwitchOTR feat. A1 x J1 - Coming For You
    17 Dermot Kennedy - Better Days
    18 Clean Bandit & Topic feat. Wes Nelson - Drive
    19 Travis Scott - Escape Plan *

    21-30
    21 Summer Walker & SZA - No Love *
    22 Joel Corry feat. Mabel - I Wish
    23 Post Malone & The Weeknd - One Right Now *
    26 ARZ - Alone With You
    27 Travis Scott - Mafia *
    28 The Weeknd - Take My Breath
    29 Summer Walker & Cardi B - Bitter *

    31-40
    32 ABBA - Don't Shut Me Down ^
    33 Summer Walker, JT & City Girls - Ex For A Reason *
    36 Little Mix - Between Us *
    38 ABBA - I Still Have Faith In You ^

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Top 100 Albums

    1 ABBA - Voyage (117,974) *
    2 Ed Sheeran - = (19,841)
    3 Radiohead - Kid A Mnesia (Kid A / Amnesiac (double deluxe)) (8,281) *
    4 James Arthur - It'll All Make Sense In The End (8,233) *
    5 Summer Walker - Still Over It (4,190) *

    6-10
    6 Diana Ross - Thank You *
    7 Gregory Porter - Still Rising - The Collection *
    8 Bullet For My Valentine - Bullet For My Valentine *
    10 Lana Del Rey - Blue Banisters

    11-20
    13 Dave - We're All Alone In This Together
    18 Jethro Tull - Benefit ^

    21-30
    24 Rina Sawayama - Sawayama *
    26 Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats - The Future *
    27 Erasure - I Say I Say I Say ^
    29 Garbage - Beautiful Garbage ^

    31-40
    31 Snail Mail - Valentine *
    32 Wet Wet Wet - The Journey *
    37 Gary Numan - The Singles Collection 1978- 983 [vinyl box set] *

    Click on the above relevant links.
    Last edited by Blondini; Mon November 8, 2021, 18:30.

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  • Blondini
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    ^ the Garbage release is Beautiful Garbage and is a 20th AE. It's not their greatest hits Absolute Garbage.


    Jethro Tull is a 50th AE (a year late).

    I can't find a corresponding UK release date for the Lana vinyl. Was it just shipped late? She already made #1 on the vinyl albums chart on the week of release.
    Last edited by Blondini; Mon November 8, 2021, 17:11.

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  • Blondini
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    https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...-chart__34394/

    08 November 2021
    ABBA heading for 10th UK Number 1 album as Voyage sets sail for dominance on Official Album Chart

    Voyage could be on track for the biggest first-week sales of the year. Plus new entries from Radiohead, James Arthur and Diana Ross.
    By George Griffiths
    ABBA are setting course for dominance this week as Voyage sails straight towards Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart.

    Currently outselling the rest of the Top 40 combined with 118,000 chart sales over the weekend, Voyage will be ABBA’s 10th UK Number 1 album, and their first studio album to top the UK charts in 40 years.



    Voyage is on its way to being the fastest-selling album of the year so far, already scooping the fastest-selling physical release and biggest first-week pure sales (physical and digital) of 2021 so far. If the collection manages to eclipse the first-week sales of Ed Sheeran’s latest offering Equals (139,000), ABBA’s Voyage will become the biggest opening week for an album in over four years.

    ABBA’s last stint at Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart came in 2008 when Gold returned to the top for two weeks – but it has been 40 years since their last studio album The Visitors made a Number 1 debut in December 1981.
    MORE: ABBA’s Official Charts history in full.


    Elsewhere in a jam-packed Top 10, Ed Sheeran’s reigning chart-topper Equals is at Number 2, while Radiohead eye a Number 3 debut with Kid A Mnesia, a composite anniversary re-issue of previous chart-toppers Kid A (2000) and Amnesiac (2001).

    James Arthur could score his fourth Top 10 record, with It’ll All Make Sense In The End currently at Number 4. James will be this week’s guest on The Record Club where he will discuss the album and answer fans’ questions.

    US R&B singer Summer Walker’s second album Still Over It could become her highest-peaking project in the UK so far, at Number 5 midweek, and at Number 6, pop legend Diana Ross’ new album Thank You could be her first Top 10 album since 1995’s Take Me Higher.

    Jazz singer Gregory Porter’s greatest hits Still Rising - The Collection is at Number 7 midweek, while Bullet For My Valentine’s self-titled seventh record is tracking to debut at Number 8. Lana Del Rey’s Blue Banisters could climb 11 places to Number 10 following a new vinyl release, previously peaking at Number 2.

    Outside of the Top 10, Dave’s second studio album We’re All Alone In This Together (13) is up 15 places midweek, and there are further new entries from Blackpool rockers Jethro Tull with Benefit (18), Rina Sawayama’s 2020 debut album Sawayama (24) which could enter the chart for the first time thanks to a vinyl re-issue, and Nathaniel Rateliff And The Night Sweats’ third album The Future (26).

    Erasure’s 30th anniversary re-issue of I Say I Say I Say is tracking to land at Number 27, while Garbage’s greatest hits Sweet Garbage is heading for Number 29. US alt-rocker Snail Mail’s Valentine is currently at Number 31, potentially her first-ever UK chart entry.

    Scottish rockers Wet Wet Wet are eyeing up the Top 40 with The Journey at 32, and finally, Gary Numan’s The Singles Collection 1978-1983 is on course to enter at Number 37.

    The Official Albums Chart is revealed every Friday at 5.45pm on OfficialCharts.com and on BBC Radio 1’s Official Chart with Scott Mills from 4pm.
    View the Top 100 Official Albums Chart Update

    Check out the Top 100 Official Singles Chart Update


    Article Image: Baillie Walsh

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  • Blondini
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    https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...mber-1__34391/

    07 November 2021
    Ed Sheeran's Shivers takes on Adele’s Easy On Me for Number 1

    ArrDee is heading for this week's highest new entry with Flowers (Say My Name).
    By Helen Ainsley
    Ed Sheeran is up against Adele once again for this week’s Number 1 single on the Official Chart: First Look, one week after releasing his now chart-topping album = (Equals).

    Ed’s smash hit Shivers is at the top of today’s first look, but with just 500 chart sales between Shivers and reigning Number 1 Easy On Me by Adele, it’s all to play for.

    Currently tracking to be the highest new entry on this week’s chart, Brighton rapper ArrDee is at Number 6 with Flowers (Say My Name). Interpolating Sweet Female Attitude’s Flowers and Destiny’s Child’s Say My Name, the song is set to become ArrDee’s third Top 10 single in the UK.



    Further down, Travis Scott is at 17 with Escape plan, while Clean Bandit, Topic and Wes Nelson climb eight spots to Number 18 on the First Look with Drive – a new peak for the song if it can hold on until Friday’s Official Singles Chart.
    MORE: Diana Ross' Official Top 40 most-streamed songs


    Finally, Summer Walker & SZA team up for No Love (20) from Summer’s new album Still Over It. If it stays on track it will mark Summer Walker’s highest charting single to date, and SZA’s fifth Top 20 single.

    The Official Singles Chart Top 100 is revealed on OfficialCharts.com every Friday at 5.45pm. Follow the Top 40 countdown live on BBC Radio 1’s Official Chart show with Scott Mills.
    Official Chart First Look Top 20 - November 7, 2021
    LW CURRENT TITLE ARTIST
    2 1 SHIVERS ED SHEERAN
    1 2 EASY ON ME ADELE
    3 3 BAD HABITS ED SHEERAN
    5 4 COLD HEART ELTON JOHN & DUA LIPA
    4 5 OVERPASS GRAFFITI ED SHEERAN
    NE 6 FLOWERS (SAY MY NAME) ARRDEE
    6 7 LOVE NWANTITI (AH AH AH) CKAY
    7 8 HEAT WAVES GLASS ANIMALS
    8 9 OBSESSED WITH YOU CENTRAL CEE
    13 10 MY UNIVERSE COLDPLAY & BTS
    11 11 MY HEART GOES (LA DI DA) BECKY HILL & TOPIC
    10 12 MEET ME AT OUR SPOT ANXIETY/WILLOW/TYLER COLE
    12 13 THATS WHAT I WANT LIL NAS X
    15 14 TELL ME SOMETHING GOOD EWAN MCVICAR
    19 15 BETTER DAYS DERMOT KENNEDY
    14 16 WOMAN DOJA CAT
    NE 17 ESCAPE PLAN TRAVIS SCOTT
    26 18 DRIVE CLEAN BANDIT/TOPIC/WES NELSON
    20 19 COMING FOR YOU SWITCHOTR FT A1 & J1
    NE 20 NO LOVE SUMMER WALKER & SZA
    ©2021 Official Charts Company. All rights reserved.

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  • Blondini
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    BuzzJack replicated the OCC Pink Floyd title mistake every day there. Which i corrected.

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  • MadNuno
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    Looks like Ed Sheeran album won't make it to 150k but will most likely be over 130k and that's already pretty impressive!!!

    Looks like Tori Amos won't make it to TOP 20 but at least it's inside the TOP 40.

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  • Robbie
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    Thursday Top 40 Update

    Missing Data: Apple Music, Spotify and YouTube (all for Wednesday) and Tesco (Tuesday & Wednesday)

    Singles

    1 Adele - Easy on Me (58,060)
    2 Ed Sheeran - Shivers (57,267)
    3 Ed Sheeran - Overpass Graffiti (51,320) *
    4 Elton John & Dua Lipa - Cold Heart (40,981)
    5 Ed Sheeran - Bad Habits (24,718)

    6-10
    Becky Hill & Topic - My Heart Goes (La Di Da)

    11-20
    15 Ewan McVicar - Tell Me Something Good
    17 Dermot Kennedy - Better Days
    19 D-Block Europe - No Competition *

    21-30
    22 Joel Corry feat, Mabel - I Wish *
    23 SwitchOTR feat. A1 x J1 - Coming for You *
    26 Clean Bandit/Topic/Wes Nelson - Drive
    28 Ray Parker Jr. - Ghostbusters ^
    29 Bobby "Boris" Pickett & The Crypt-Kickers - Monster Mash ^

    31-40
    32 Michael Jackson - Thriller ^
    36 NEIKED, Mae Muller & Polo G - Better Days *
    40 Rockwell - Somebody's Watching Me ^

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Albums

    1 Ed Sheeran - = (124,096) *
    2 Richard Ashcroft - Acoustic Hymns, Vol. 1 (10,897) *
    3 Elton John - The Lockdown Sessions (8,614)
    4 Spice Girls - Spice (7,523) ^
    5 Coldplay - Music of the Spheres (6,516)

    6-10
    6 The War on Drugs - I Don’t Live Here Anymore *
    7 Joe Bonamassa - Time Clocks *
    9 Mastodon - Hushed and Grim *

    11-20
    11 Sam Fender - Seventeen Going Under
    12 Ed Sheeran - ÷
    15 Motörhead - Everything Louder Forever: The Very Best Of *
    17 Pink Floyd - A Momentary Relapse of Reason ^

    21-30
    21 Tori Amos - Ocean to Ocean *
    26 Andrew Lloyd Webber & The Andrew Lloyd Webber Orchestra - Symphonic Suites *
    27 Michael Jackson - Number Ones
    28 The The - The Comeback Special (Live at the Royal Albert Hall) *
    29 Billy Bragg - The Million Things That Never Happened *

    31-40
    40 Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You: The Best of Whitney Houston ^

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  • MadNuno
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    Originally posted by Blondini View Post
    I don't know what their source is but a BuzzJack poster says Adele is #1 on singles with 793 sales ahead of Sheeran.
    It's very likely. She is staying ahead on streaming while Ed is way ahead on iTunes but sales on the last week days are slower.
    I guess Adele will most probably stay at #01 another week.

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  • Blondini
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    I don't know what their source is but a BuzzJack poster says Adele is #1 on singles with 793 sales ahead of Sheeran.

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  • Gambo
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    At least this apparent closeness in the singles tallies is creating some genuine tension as to who'll win out by 11:59pm tonight, with the potential for an outcome which few would've predicted. Albums-wise it was never in question of course, just a matter of the actual numbers involved in '=' getting to No 1. Almost 83,000 sales for a physical LP nowadays is amazing.

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  • jszmiles
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    Originally posted by MadNuno View Post



    I do prefer any of these 3 Ed Sheran songs to Adele. Her new song sounds quite boring and a recycle of her old songs.
    Like anything from Ed is groundbreaking anyway, it's still a matter of taste.

    I am kinda shocked that Ed's low streaming numbers

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  • MadNuno
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    Originally posted by jszmiles View Post
    oh Adele will stop Ed from having a double this week!
    Everything is possible right now. We will really need to wait for Friday.
    Adele single was only 2 weeks at #01 so she is likely to stop him.

    I do prefer any of these 3 Ed Sheran songs to Adele. Her new song sounds quite boring and a recycle of her old songs.

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  • Robbie
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    Originally posted by jszmiles View Post
    oh Adele will stop Ed from having a double this week!
    She's also going to stop him from having the top 3 singles! Although 'Bad Habits' is currently on ACR it will most likely move back to SCR on Friday, assuming its streaming sales increase by at least 25%. That will more or less double the sales it currently has on the midweeks chart.

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  • SholasBoy
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    Ummm I know they’re due to be the biggest weekly figures of the year (with little competition tbf) but to me those figures look far lower than I expected.

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  • jszmiles
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    oh Adele will stop Ed from having a double this week!

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  • Blondini
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    Music Week:

    The previous record holder was Coldplay’s Music Of The Spheres, which sold101,045 in its first seven days. The title will officially be Sheeran’s when Friday rolls around: his fourth full-length has 116,539 sales for the week so far, with 82,763 from physical. Curiously, downloads (17,898) account for more sales than streams (15,878), but Tuesday’s streaming data is yet to be counted. It remains to be seen just how far streaming can push the total sales figure for = by the end of the week.

    Behind Sheeran, Richard Ashcroft’s Acoustic Hymns - Vol 1 has 10,264 sales in the No.2 position, ahead of Elton John’s The Lockdown Sessions (7,389 sales) and the Spice Girls’ Spice (7,243 sales). The War On Drugs complete the Top 5 with I Don’t Live Here Anymore (5,404 sales).

    In the singles chart, Ed Sheeran’s customary dominance upon the release of an album is under threat. Adele’s current No.1 Easy On Me has 47,464 sales so far, while Sheeran’s Shivers has 47,479. It’s a slender lead, and another Sheeran track, Overpass Graffiti, could yet have a say in the final standings. It is currently at No.3 on 46,195 sales. Elton John and Dua Lipa’s Cold Heart (34,131 sales) and Sheeran’s Bad Habits (20,661 sales) complete the Top 5.

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  • Blondini
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    Wednesday Top 40 Update
    Source: Music Week
    Missing Data: unknown

    Singles

    1 Ed Sheeran - Shivers (47,479)
    2 Adele - Easy On Me (47,464)
    3 Ed Sheeran - Overpass Graffiti (46,195) *
    4 Elton John & Dua Lipa - Cold Heart (34,131)
    5 Ed Sheeran - Bad Habits (20,661)

    6-10
    10 Becky Hill & Topic - My Heart Goes (La Di Da)

    11-20
    15 Ewan McVicar - Tell Me Something Good
    19 D-Block Europe - No Competition *
    20 Bobby "Boris" Pickett & The Crypt-Kickers - Monster Mash ^

    21-30
    22 Ray Parker Jr. - Ghostbusters ^
    25 Michael Jackson - Thriller ^
    26 Joel Corry feat, Mabel - I Wish *
    30 SwitchOTR feat. A1 x J1 - Coming for You *

    31-40
    33 Rockwell - Somebody's Watching Me ^
    38 Neiked, Mae Muller & Polo G - Better Days *

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Albums

    1 Ed Sheeran - = (116,539) *
    2 Richard Ashcroft - Acoustic Hymns Vol. 1 (10,264) *
    3 Elton John - The Lockdown Sessions (7,389)
    4 Spice Girls - Spice (7,243) ^
    5 The War On Drugs - I Don’t Live Here Anymore (5,404) *

    6-10
    7 Joe Bonamassa - Time Clocks *
    8 Mastodon - Hushed and Grim *
    10 Pink Floyd - A Momentary Lapse Of Reason ^

    11-20
    12 Motörhead - Everything Louder Forever (The Very Best Of) *

    21-30
    21 Tori Amos - Ocean To Ocean *
    23 The The - The Comeback Special (Live at the Royal Albert Hall) *
    26 Billy Bragg - The Million Things That Never Happened *
    28 Michael Jackson - Number Ones

    31-40
    32 Andrew Lloyd Webber - Symphonic Suites *
    38 Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston ^
    Last edited by Blondini; Wed November 3, 2021, 18:25.

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  • Blondini
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    Adele's CD single has been released early - some people already have it.

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  • Tansike
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    Originally posted by Gambo View Post
    Has 'Overpass Graffiti' actually been formally released as Ed's next single, or is it just being massively-streamed as an album cut, as it appears to be in wide rotation on radio? I looked on Spotify and couldn't see it as a stand-alone release.
    It's the official third single following Bad Habits & Shivers, it also got its own music video.

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  • Gambo
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    Has 'Overpass Graffiti' actually been formally released as Ed's next single, or is it just being massively-streamed as an album cut, as it appears to be in wide rotation on radio? I looked on Spotify and couldn't see it as a stand-alone release.

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  • braindeadpj
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    Looks like Bad Habits is currently still on ACR....I guess they won't know for sure whether it has increased by 25% over the market until they know the size of the market at the end of the chart week...

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  • Blondini
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    ^ Top 5 sales now added. Ed is likely to overtake himself on singles! Missing HMV sales may partly explain the lower than expected figure for his album.

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  • Blondini
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    Official Singles / Albums Chart Update
    Source: OCC
    Missing Data: Apple Music, Spotify and YouTube (all for Sunday) and HMV (for Friday)


    Top 100 Singles

    1 Ed Sheeran - Overpass Graffiti (28,458) *
    2 Ed Sheeran - Shivers (28,004)
    3 Adele - Easy On Me (27,168)
    4 Elton John & Dua Lipa - Cold Heart (20,896)
    5 Ed Sheeran - Bad Habits (12,507)

    6-10
    10 Becky Hill & Topic - My Heart Goes (La Di Da)

    11-20
    15 Ewan McVicar - Tell Me Something Good
    16 Bobby "Boris" Pickett & The Crypt-Kickers - Monster Mash ^
    17 Ray Parker Jr. - Ghostbusters ^
    19 Michael Jackson - Thriller ^

    21-30
    22 D-Block Europe - No Competition *
    25 Rockwell - Somebody's Watching Me ^

    31-40
    31 Little Nell, Patricia Quinn & Richard O'Brien - Time Warp *
    40 SwitchOTR feat. A1 x J1 - Coming for You *


    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Top 100 Albums

    1 Ed Sheeran - = (84,178) *
    2 Richard Ashcroft - Acoustic Hymns Vol. 1 (8,706) *
    3 Spice Girls - Spice (6,087) ^
    4 Elton John - The Lockdown Sessions (4,695)
    5 The War On Drugs - I Don’t Live Here Anymore (4,170) *

    6-10
    6 Joe Bonamassa - Time Clocks *
    8 Mastodon - Hushed and Grim *
    9 Pink Floyd - A Momentary Lapse Of Reason ^
    10 Motörhead - Everything Louder Forever (The Very Best Of) *

    11-20
    11 The The - The Comeback Special (Live at the Royal Albert Hall) *
    12 Tori Amos - Ocean To Ocean *
    16 Billy Bragg - The Million Things That Never Happened *

    21-30
    24 Andrew Lloyd Webber - Symphonic Suites *
    30 R.E.M. - New Adventures In Hi-Fi ^

    31-40
    31 Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston ^

    Click on the above relevant links.

    Last edited by Blondini; Mon November 1, 2021, 18:01.

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  • Thombus
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    Surprised Adele hasn't had more staying power tbh.

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  • Blondini
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    OCC are early this week!

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    https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...-chart__34347/

    01 November 2021
    Ed Sheeran’s = racing ahead to Number 1 on Official Albums Chart

    = is currently outperforming the rest of the Top 40 combined and could outpace Coldplay for biggest opening week of 2021. Plus new entries from Richard Ashcroft, Spice Girls, The War on Drugs and more.
    By Admin
    Ed Sheeran’s = (Equals) is racing ahead to Number 1 on this week’s Official Albums Chart, posting impressive numbers at the halfway stage of the chart week.

    Already shifting 84,000 chart sales across the weekend, Ed is currently outperforming the rest of the Top 40 combined. Comfortably leading the charge on all fronts – physical sales, downloads and streams - at its current pace, = could overtake Coldplay’s Music of the Spheres to claim the biggest opening week of 2021 so far (101,000 chart sales).



    Ed has previously hit Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart with all three of his studio albums; + (2011), x (2014), ÷ (2017), as well as his No 6 Collaborations Project (2019). View Ed Sheeran’s Official Charts history in full here.

    Elsewhere this week, a further eight new releases could land inside the Top 10. Behind Ed is former Verve frontman Richard Ashcroft with Acoustic Hymns - Vol. 1 at Number 2, while the 25th anniversary re-release of Spice Girls’ iconic debut album Spice could be on track to return to the UK Top 10 at Number 3. It previously topped the Official Albums Chart for 15 weeks.

    At Number 5 are The War on Drugs with I Don’t Live Here Anymore, while US blues-rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa could gain his sixth UK Top 10 with Time Clocks at Number 6. Heavy metal band Mastodon are looking for a new entry at Number 8 with Hushed and Grim, while a remixed and updated version of Pink Floyd’s A Momentary Relapse [ he means Lapse] of Reason is at Number 9. Motorhead’s greatest hits collection, Everything Louder Forever, could earn the band their fifth UK Top 10 album at Number 10.

    Outside the Top 10, post-punk band The The’s live album The Comeback Special is pacing to debut at Number 11, while American singer-songwriter Tori Amos is heading for Number 12 with Ocean to Ocean. Meanwhile, Billy Bragg’s first studio album in eight years The Million Things That Never Happened could bag him his 12th Top 40 collection, currently at Number 16. Billy Bragg will discuss the making of the record on The Record Club in association with Bowers & WIlkins, our livestream series with Record Store Day and National Album Day, this Wednesday 3 November.

    Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Symphonic Suites is another new entry at Number 24 while REM’s fifth album New Adventures in Hi-Fi could re-enter the chart, currently at Number 30, thanks to a 25th anniversary release.

    Whitney Houston also appears at Number 31, up 21 places thanks to a new vinyl reissue.

    The Official Albums Chart is revealed every Friday at 5.45pm on OfficialCharts.com and on BBC Radio 1’s Official Chart with Scott Mills from 4pm.
    View the Top 100 Official Albums Chart Update

    Check out the Top 100 Official Singles Chart Update
    Last edited by Blondini; Mon November 1, 2021, 17:34.

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