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  • UK OCC Charts: 1st - 7th October 2021

    full singles and albums charts will be posted in this thread later

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

    (plenty of other specialist charts also on OCC site)
    Starts
    Thu September 30, 2021
    Ends
    Thu October 7, 2021
    Location
    UK

  • #2
    https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...can-be__34147/

    01 October 2021
    The Lathums score Number 1 debut album with How Beautiful Life Can Be

    The Wigan indie band are the latest in a wave of British groups to score big Official UK Chart success this year.
    By Rob Copsey
    The Lathums complete their rise to the top as their debut album How Beautiful Life Can Be enters straight in at Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart, the Official Charts Company can confirm.

    The Wigan indie band’s chart-topping debut comes as Official Charts and UK record labels association the BPI today reveal that 2021 is on course to be the best year for new British groups in well over a decade, with a new wave of guitar bands drawn from all over the UK breaking though - enjoying a high arguably not seen since the rise of the likes of Arctic Monkeys, Kaiser Chiefs and Keane in the mid-Noughties.



    The Lathums, who have enjoyed a steady rise to fame over the past year, finish ahead of another group, Public Service Broadcasting, who enter at Number 2 with Bright Magic ­– the London group’s highest-charting collection to date and the best seller of the week in independent record shops.
    MORE: Every Official UK Number 1 album ever


    Celebrating their chart-topping debut, The Lathums’ frontman Alex Moore told OfficialCharts.com: "We’re four friends from Wigan who just love making music and are at Number 1 with our debut album, it’ll take a while for this one to sink in.

    "It proves what’s possible for young, British artists with a pure-at-heart ambition to reach people with songs like ours, making friends every step along the way and finding that dreams can come true. How Beautiful Life Can Be is about seeing the good in things, holding on and coming through difficult times with a smile at the end. Today our smiles couldn’t be any wider. Thank you.”



    New BPI analysis today shows that The Lathums’ chart-topping success means that so far in 2021, British bands have ruled the Number 1 spot on the Official Albums Chart for 11 out of the 39 Official Chart weeks – that’s well over a quarter (28%).

    Other British bands that have recently enjoyed breakthrough success include West Lothian band The Snuts, who back in April became the first Scottish band to score a Number 1 debut album since 2007, plus Leicester’s Easy Life and Londoners Sports Team, while Oxford-based Glass Animals have had hundreds of millions of streams of their global hit Heat Waves. Read more on how 2021 is on course to be the best year for new British groups in well over a decade here.

    Elsewhere on this week’s Official Albums Chart, last week’s Number 1, Drake’s Certified Lover Boy, drops to 3, and Natalie Imbruglia’s sixth record Firebird opens at Number 10 – the Australian artist’s fourth Top 10 collection and first in 14 years.

    Further down, US alt-rockers Angels & Airwaves are new at 17 with their sixth album Lifeforms, Nirvana’s Nevermind rebounds 40 places to 28 on its 30th anniversary, mysterious metal band Sleep Token enter at 39 with their second record This Place Will Become Your Tomb, and MoStack bows at 40 with mixtape High Street Kid 2.
    View this week's Official Albums Chart Top 100 in full

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    • #3
      https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...-chart__34150/

      01 October 2021
      Ed Sheeran’s Shivers claims third week at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart

      Plus Coldplay & BTS score the biggest week of downloads of 2021 so far with their new collaboration My Universe.
      By Helen Ainsley
      Ed Sheeran’s Shivers holds on at Number 1 on this week’s Official Singles Chart, while Coldplay & BTS score a big new entry with their new collaboration My Universe.

      With 64,000 chart sales, Shivers notches up a third week at the summit, finishing comfortably ahead of its closest competition, Elton John & Dua Lipa’s Cold Heart (Pnau Remix) which lands a second week at Number 2.



      Taking the highest new entry at Number 3 is Coldplay & BTS with My Universe. It’s the week’s biggest seller across both digital downloads and CD, notching up 27,000 pure sales over the last seven days. 21,400 of these are on digital download, marking the biggest single week of downloads for a song this year.



      Elsewhere in the Top 5, Nigerian singer & songwriter CKay climbs five places to Number 4 with his viral hit Love Nwantiti (Ah Ah Ah), his first UK Top 5 hit.

      Further down, Becky Hill & Topic climb three places to Number 17 with My Heart Goes (La Di Da) and Melbourne house duo Shouse enter the Top 40 for the first time with Love Tonight, rocketing 31 places to Number 23. Originally released in 2017, the track has been picking up steam in 2021, with remixes from David Guetta and Robin Schulz further boosting it.
      MORE: Every Number 1 on the UK's Official Singles Chart


      The Anxiety, aka Willow Smith & Tyler Cole, climb five to Number 24 with Meet Me At Our Spot, while If You Really Love Me (How Will I Know) by David Guetta, Mistajam and John Newman lifts four to Number 27.

      Finally, Dermot Kennedy’s Better Days reaches a new peak at Number 31, up four places on last week.
      See the full Official Singles Chart Top 100

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      • #4
        Music Week Singles Report
        by James Masterton


        Some high profile media appearances (most notably his triumphant live performance on the Graham Norton Show) mean that Shivers by Ed Sheeran is on the march once more. For its third week at No.1 the single clocks up its highest weekly sale to date, climbing 12.6% to 63,520 (including 54,443 from digital streams). An Ed Sheeran single has now been at the top of the charts for 14 consecutive weeks. Only three acts - Bryan Adams, Wet Wet Wet and Drake - have had longer uninterrupted residencies at No.1.

        Cold Heart by Elton John & Dua Lipa also reaches a new sales high. Its 45,578 sales are enough to ensure the collaboration holds off the challenge from the week's biggest new single to enjoy a second week at No.2.

        Coldplay arguably don't need guest performers to stand out, but there is no denying that their past collaborative efforts have been some of their best singles, be it Princess Of China with Rihanna (2011) or Something Just Like This in collaboration with The Chainsmokers (2017). So perhaps it isn't such a shock that a meeting of minds with Korean superstars BTS hands them their biggest hit single since the aforementioned Chainsmokers track four years ago. My Universe doesn't differ stylistically from Coldplay's last hit Higher Power (a No.12 single back in May) but the Korean-language interludes from their seven-strong co-stars make this one of the British group's most diverting releases for some time.

        The single narrowly misses second place, instead charting at No.3 with 45,039 sales, Coldplay's biggest chart hit for four years as their 19th Top 10 record and only their fifth to date to reach the Top 3. For BTS it is their fourth Top 10 single and no less than the third of these to peak at No.3 (Dynamite and Butter the other two). Is My Universe likely to progress further and break that streak? The challenge is that fully 60% of the track's chart sales this week came via purchases of physical or digital singles, giving it a first week momentum which will be a struggle to sustain second time around, no matter how many different remixes they add.

        Love Nwantiti by CKay continues to make huge strides, rising another 24.9% in consumption to reach a new peak of No.4 with 33,849 sales. Just below, Central Cee's Obsessed With You slides a place to No.5 (32,164 sales) although still remaining Top 5 for a third straight week as the rapper's most commercial offering to date. The single on which it is heavily based continues to loiter just outside the Top 40, Just For Me by Pinkpantheress rallies slightly to No.45 this week (with a 2.6% rise in sales to 8,757) having first peaked at No.27 five weeks ago.

        The rest of the Top 10 are all sinking. Bad Habits from Ed Sheeran is No.6 (31,847 sales), Industry Baby by Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow No.7 (30,330 sales), Heat Waves by Glass Animals No.8 (29,807 sales), Out Out by Joel Corry/Jax Jones/Charli XCX No.9 (28,316 sales) and finally Girls Want Girls by Drake & Lil Baby No.10 (27,086 sales).

        After six weeks bubbling around the basement end of the singles chart, Australian club smash Love Tonight by Shouse finally has a rocket lit underneath it [by being manually reset to SCR] and races to a brand new peak of No.23 with sales up 84.3% on the week to precisely 15,300. Most consumer attention is focused on the David Guetta remix of the track, streams of which account for 65% of the above figure, although the untouched 2018 original still contributes a sizable chunk of the remainder.

        Speaking of Guetta, his collaboration with John Newman and MistaJam on If You Really Love Me (How Will I Know) is also on the move and lands a new peak of its own with a rise to No.27 (13,066 sales). This week also saw the release of a Clean Bandit remix of Whitney Houston's 1986 hit How Will I Know on which the Guetta track is based, although its 4,055 sales mean it falls some way short of the published charts for now.

        A quiet week for in-demand new releases means the second-highest new entry of the week is way down at No.56, this the entry point for Party Round My Place for the trio of Aitch, Avelino and Toddla T with 7,205 sales. There's more rap and a chart debut for CanKing x Ess2Mad who arrive at No.69 (5,979 sales) with Lemme Land.

        Singles sales slip 1.86% to 22,130,366 but the combination of both Ed Sheeran and the Coldplay/BTS tracks at the head of the market boost paid-for sales to their highest level for nine weeks, up 7.7% to 394,647.

        edit by moi
        Last edited by Blondini; Fri October 1, 2021, 18:49.

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        • #5
          Music Week Albums Report
          by James Masterton


          In July 2020 The Lathums conducted an intensive social media campaign in an attempt to propel their debut EP into the Top 10, only to see The Memories We Make stall at No.14. Call this delayed gratification then as just over a year later their appeal has grown to the extent that the group’s first full-length album How Beautiful Life Can Be debuts comfortably at No.1. The Wigan-based foursome accumulated 16,341 sales in total, their physical take of 14,028 easily the biggest of the week in that market too.

          This week's No.2 album is also brand new as art-rock trio Public Service Broadcasting chart for the fifth time with the biggest record of their career to date. Their fourth studio album Bright Magic beats the No.4 peak of its 2017 predecessor Ever Valley to slide into second place with another strong sale of 10,031, a total not too dissimilar to the 11,979 which they opened with four years ago. The group's biggest-selling album is their second, Race Into Space has accumulated 99,677 sales since its 2015 release.

          The remainder of the Top 5 are all familiar works, Certified Lover Boy by Drake sliding to No.3 (9,772 sales), Sour by Olivia Rodrigo at No.4 (6,848 sales) and Lil Nas X's Montero drifting to No.5 (6,354 sales).

          I'm not sure Ed Sheeran needed a Graham Norton appearance to remind people that he existed, but his entire back catalogue enjoys an otherwise unaccountable leap in consumption in its wake. Divide leaps back to No.7 (5,055 sales, up 21.9%), X flies to No.27 (2,443 sales, up 24.9%), No.6 Collaborations Project is now No.36 (2,167 sales, up 13.1%) and + is No.53 (1,803 sales, up 25.3%).

          Prize for the most impressive comeback of the week goes to Australian singer/actress Natalie Imbruglia, whose first album in six years becomes her first in two decades to reach the Top 20. Firebird just manages to cling on to a Top 10 place, arriving at No.10 with 4,382 sales. Her last appearance at this level came back in 2001 when her second album White Lillies Island peaked at No.3

          Also enjoying their best chart result in a great many years are American rock band Angels & Airwaves, this week's No.17 with their sixth studio album Lifeforms as it enjoys sales of 3,074. Their last foray into the Top 20 came in 2006 when their debut We Don't Need To Whisper reached the dizzy heights of No.6.

          British rock band Sleep Token make the published charts for the very first time with their second album This Place Will Become Your Tomb as it enters at No.39 with 2,048 sales. Meanwhile MoStack is between albums but he returns to the chart anyway with High Street Kid 2 at No.40 (2,012 sales). As its name suggests this is his second mixtape, the follow-up to the original High Street Kid which reached No.16 in June 2017.

          Despite a high media profile and numerous celebrity endorsements, British folk singer Tom Speight's debut album Collide failed to grace the charts when released in April 2019. Second time around however he is a much bigger deal indeed and his second full-length work Everything's Waiting For You lands at No.41 (2,003 sales).

          Tremonti, the solo project by Creed guitarist Mark Tremonti which became a band in their own right, return for the first time since 2018 with their fifth studio album Marching In Time, new at No.45 (1,929 sales). Just below at No. 47 with 1,893 sales is Sincerely Kentrell, the third studio album from American rapper Youngboy Never Broke Again. The collection is notable for its completely solo nature, containing no collaborative tracks at all.

          British blue virtuoso Joanne Shaw Taylor makes the album chart for the first time since 2019 and for only the fourth time in her career as her obliquely-titled The Blues Album arrives at No.56 (1,779 sales). Back on the albums chart for her third visit is Neo Joshua, better known as Nao, with her latest collection of what she likes to term "wonky funk". And Then Life Was Beautiful arrives at No.63 (1,666 sales).

          Finally two re-released classics prop up the bottom end. Madness' second album Absolutely is No.72 (1,512 sales) and The Clash's self-titled debut album is No.73 (1,495 sales). Both records appear on the chart for the first time since their initial chart runs in 1980 and 1977 respectively [due to vinyl releases as part of HMV 100 anniversary celebrations].

          The albums market holds steady as we advance into Q4, this week's tally of 1,734,570 a rise of 0.07% from last week. Physical sales rebound 10.3% to sit at 302,970 with a 17.47% market share.
          Last edited by Blondini; Fri October 1, 2021, 18:56.

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          • #6
            I'm not sure Ed Sheeran needed a Graham Norton appearance to remind people that he existed, but his entire back catalogue enjoys an otherwise unaccountable leap in consumption in its wake. Divide leaps back to No.7 (5,055 sales, up 21.9%), X flies to No.27 (2,443 sales, up 24.9%), No.6 Collaborations Project is now No.36 (2,167 sales, up 13.1%) and + is No.53 (1,803 sales, up 25.3%).


            In the previous post he mentioned Sheeran had a number of high profile appearances - one of those was a half hour set on Global Citizen Live aired at 9:30 on Saturday night on BBC1.

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            • #7
              Official Singles Chart Top 100
              01 October 2021 - 07 October 2021


              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 3* Ed Sheeran ~ Shivers
              2 2 7 Elton John and Dua Lipa ~ Cold Heart
              3 NE 1 Coldplay and BTS ~ My Universe
              4 9 3 Ckay ~ Love Nwantiti (Ah Ah Ah)
              5 4 3 Central Cee ~ Obsessed With You
              6 5 14 Ed Sheeran ~ Bad Habits ***
              7 3 10 Lil Nas X ft Jack Harlow ~ Industry Baby
              8 7 46 Glass Animals ~ Heat Waves
              9 8 7 Joel Corry and Jax Jones ft Charli XCX and Saweetie ~ Out Out
              10 6 4 Drake ft Lil Baby ~ Girls Want Girls
              11 13 9 Billie Eilish ~ Happier Than Ever
              12 11 12 The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber ~ Stay ***
              13 10 2 Lil Nas X ~ Thats What I Want
              14 14 7 Doja Cat ~ Woman
              15 12 4 Drake ft Travis Scott ~ Fair Trade
              16 18 10 Anne-Marie and Little Mix ~ Kiss My (Uh Oh)
              17 20 5 Becky Hill and Topic ~ My Heart Goes (La Di Da)
              18 17 12 Dave ft Stormzy ~ Clash
              19 15 3 Drake ft Future and Young Thug ~ Way 2 Sexy
              20 19 7 Digga D ft ArrDee ~ Wasted
              21 16 27 Lil Nas X ~ Montero (Call Me By Your Name)
              22 21 6 Ed Sheeran ~ Visiting Hours
              23 54 8 Shouse ~ Love Tonight ****
              now reset to SCR by request
              24 29 5 The Anxiety (Willow and Tyler Cole) ~ Meet Me At Our Spot
              25 23 8 The Weeknd ~ Take My Breath
              26 22 15 Becky Hill and David Guetta ~ Remember ***
              27 31 11 David Guetta, MistaJam and John Newman ~ If You Really Love Me (How Will I Know?)
              28 26 10 Sleepy Hallow ~ 2055
              29 27 20 Olivia Rodrigo ~ Good 4 U ***
              30 24 18 Jonasu ~ Black Magic ***
              31 35 9 Dermot Kennedy ~ Better Days
              32 28 5 Kanye West (ft The Weeknd and Lil Baby) ~ Hurricane
              33 30 6 Tion Wayne and ArrDee ~ Wid It
              34 34 3 Mimi Webb ~ 24/5
              35 36 9 Clean Bandit and Topic ft Wes Nelson ~ Drive
              36 32 10 Dave ~ Verdansk
              37 33 3 Digga D ~ 2k17
              38 38 3 Justus Bennetts ~ Bad Day
              39 37 6 Clinton Kane ~ I Guess I'm In Love
              40 25 2 Taylor Swift ~ Wildest Dreams (Taylor's Version)

              41 58 2 Oliver Tree ~ Life Goes On
              42 45 7 Arz ~ Alone With You
              43 39 17 Marshmello and Jonas Brothers ~ Leave Before You Love Me
              44 43 5 Doja Cat ~ Get Into It (Yuh)
              45 52 7 PinkPantheress ~ Just for Me
              46 44 19 Galantis, David Guetta and Little Mix ~ Heartbreak Anthem ***
              47 48 10 Camila Cabello ~ Don't Go Yet
              48 46 12 Doja Cat ~ Need To Know ***
              49 51 9 Blxst and Tyga ft Ty Dolla $ign ~ Chosen
              50 49 38 The Weeknd (ft Ariana Grande) ~ Save Your Tears ***
              51 42 14 Rain Radio and DJ Craig Gorman ~ Talk About ***
              52 57 4 Ewan McVicar ~ Tell Me Something Good
              53 55 4 Burns ~ Talamanca
              54 60 57 Dua Lipa (ft DaBaby) ~ Levitating ***
              55 53 17 Tones and I ~ Fly Away ***
              56 NE 1 Aitch ft Avelino and Toddla T ~ Party Round My Place
              57 59 16 WizKid ft Tems ~ Essence ***
              58 47 4 ABBA ~ Don't Shut Me Down
              59 56 7 Lizzo ft Cardi B ~ Rumors
              60 62 16 Måneskin ~ Beggin' ***
              61 41 2 Bring Me The Horizon ~ Die4U
              62 70 4 Little Mix ~ Love (Sweet Love)
              63 64 96 The Weeknd ~ Blinding Lights ***
              64 61 18 Olivia Rodrigo ~ Traitor ***
              65 76 4 Riton and Raye ~ I Don't Want You
              66 67 19 Måneskin ~ I Wanna Be Your Slave ***
              67 63 15 KSI ~ Holiday ***
              68 65 12 Sam Fender ~ Seventeen Going Under
              69 NE 1 Canking and Ess2Mad ~ Lemme Land?
              70 50 2 Tion Wayne ft Jae5 and DaVido ~ Who's True
              71 71 8 Olivia Rodrigo ~ Jealousy, Jealousy
              72 77 65 Joel Corry ft MNEK ~ Head & Heart ***
              73 72 35 Tom Grennan ~ Little Bit Of Love ***
              74 73 287 The Killers ~ Mr Brightside ***
              75 68 17 Calvin Harris ft Tom Grennan ~ By Your Side ***

              76 NE 1 MoStack ft Mist ~ Frankenstein
              77 69 5 Kanye West (ft Playboi Carti and Fivio Foreign) ~ Off The Grid
              78 NE 1 Joyner Lucas and J. Cole ~ Your Heart
              79 78 6 Shawn Mendes and Tainy ~ Summer Of Love
              80 82 139 Lewis Capaldi ~ Someone You Loved ***
              81 74 37 Sam Smith ~ Like I Can ***
              82 NE 1 James Arthur ~ Emily
              83 88 32 Ella Henderson and Tom Grennan ~ Let's Go Home Together ***
              84 81 31 Joel Corry, Raye and David Guetta ~ Bed ***
              85 98 3 Griff ~ One Night
              86 84 3 Bru-C and Bou ~ Streetside
              87 86 9 Tate McRae ~ That Way
              88 89 4 Charli XCX ~ Good Ones
              89 NE 1 Nathan Dawe and T. Matthias ~ Goodbye
              90 NE 1 Gunna ft Future ~ Too Easy

              91 90 21 Surf Curse ~ Freaks
              92 93 2 Tai Verdes ~ A-O-K
              93 79 27 Russ Millions and Tion Wayne (ft Arrdee, 3x3E1, ZT, Bugzy Malone, Fivio Foreign, Darkoo, Buni) ~ Body ***
              94 87 7 Capella Grey ~ Gyalis
              95 80 15 Mabel ~ Let Them Know ***
              96 66 2 M1llionz ft AJ Tracey ~ Provisional Licence
              97 40 13 Sigala and Rita Ora ~ You for Me ***
              98 97 111 Tones and I ~ Dance Monkey ***
              99 95 11 Central Cee ~ Little Bit of This
              100 NE 1 Mist ~ #1Take, Pt. 2



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              Official Albums Chart Top 100
              01 October 2021 - 07 October 2021


              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* The Lathums ~ How Beautiful Life Can Be
              2 NE 1 Public Service Broadcasting ~ Bright Magic

              3 1 4 Drake ~ Certified Lover Boy
              4 3 19 Olivia Rodrigo ~ Sour
              5 2 2 Lil Nas X ~ Montero
              6 4 14 Doja Cat ~ Planet Her
              7 12 239 Ed Sheeran ~ ÷ (Divide)
              8 7 1013 ABBA ~ Gold: Greatest Hits
              9 8 10 Dave ~ We're All Alone In This Together
              10 NE 1 Natalie Imbruglia ~ Firebird
              11 18 965 Queen ~ Greatest Hits
              12 16 203 Elton John ~ Diamonds
              13 14 150 Fleetwood Mac ~ 50 Years: Don't Stop
              14 20 9 Billie Eilish ~ Happier Than Ever
              15 17 34 The Weeknd ~ The Highlights
              16 11 5 Kanye West ~ Donda
              17 NE 1 Angels and Airwaves ~ Lifeforms
              18 22 79 Dua Lipa ~ Future Nostalgia
              19 5 2 Tion Wayne ~ Green With Envy
              20 13 4 Iron Maiden ~ Senjutsu
              21 24 124 Lewis Capaldi ~ Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent
              22 26 481 Eminem ~ Curtain Call: The Hits
              23 23 421 Oasis ~ Time Flies... 1994-2009
              24 29 13 Tom Grennan ~ Evering Road
              25 30 65 Pop Smoke ~ Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon
              26 27 908 Fleetwood Mac ~ Rumours
              27 45 377 Ed Sheeran ~ ×
              28 68 359 Nirvana ~ Nevermind ****
              30th anniversary celebrations last Friday
              29 33 94 Harry Styles ~ Fine Line
              30 28 11 KSI ~ All Over the Place
              31 36 515 Michael Jackson ~ Number Ones
              32 37 508 Oasis ~ (What's The Story) Morning Glory?
              33 31 10 Anne-Marie ~ Therapy
              34 35 56 The Kid Laroi ~ F*ck Love / Savage / Over You [mixtape]
              35 32 355 Sam Smith ~ In The Lonely Hour
              36 48 116 Ed Sheeran ~ No.6 Collaborations Project
              37 34 96 Dermot Kennedy ~ Without Fear
              38 41 420 Arctic Monkeys ~ AM
              39 NE 1 Sleep Token ~ This Place Will Become Your Tomb
              40 NE 1 MoStack ~ High Street Kid 2 [mixtape]


              41 NE 1 Tom Speight ~ Everything's Waiting For You
              42 43 105 Becky Hill ~ Get To Know
              43 38 334 The Beatles ~ 1
              44 39 997 Bob Marley and The Wailers ~ Legend
              45 NE 1 Tremonti ~ Marching In Time
              46 15 3 Manic Street Preachers ~ The Ultra Vivid Lament
              47 NE 1 YoungBoy Never Broke Again ~ Sincerely, Kentrell
              48 46 113 Mabel ~ High Expectations
              49 47 226 Dua Lipa ~ Dua Lipa
              50 49 209 Maroon 5 ~ Singles
              51 51 15 Whitney Houston ~ I Will Always Love You: The Best of Whitney Houston
              52 52 28 Justin Bieber ~ Justice
              53 79 432 Ed Sheeran ~ +
              54 56 62 Taylor Swift ~ Folklore
              55 65 207 Adele ~ 25
              56 NE 1 Joanne Shaw Taylor ~ The Blues Album
              57 RE 51 Dolly Parton ~ The Very Best Of Dolly Parton
              58 42 5 Becky Hill ~ Only Honest On the Weekend
              59 55 218 Taylor Swift ~ 1989
              60 59 254 David Bowie ~ Legacy
              61 44 21 Rag'n'Bone Man ~ Life By Misadventure
              62 9 2 Genesis ~ The Last Domino? (The Hits)
              63 NE 1 Nao ~ And Then Life Was Beautiful
              64 74 131 Billie Eilish ~ When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
              65 53 16 Bo Burnham ~ Inside (The Songs)
              66 64 232 George Michael ~ Twenty Five
              67 67 209 Bruno Mars ~ Doo-Wops & Hooligans
              68 57 51 Sam Fender ~ Hypersonic Missiles
              69 86 44 Nirvana ~ Nirvana
              70 70 359 Arctic Monkeys ~ Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
              71 73 64 Juice Wrld ~ Legends Never Die
              72 RE 48 Madness ~ Absolutely ****
              HMV 100 vinyl
              73 RE 1**(17) The Clash ~ The Clash ****HMV 100 vinyl
              74 60 424 Foo Fighters ~ Greatest Hits
              75 87 98 Taylor Swift ~ Lover

              76 72 108 Post Malone ~ Hollywood's Bleeding
              77 75 281 Red Hot Chili Peppers ~ Greatest Hits
              78 71 125 Dave ~ Psychodrama
              79 78 199 Katy Perry ~ Teenage Dream
              80 69 133 Elvis Presley ~ The 50 Greatest Hits
              81 21 3 Steps ~ What the Future Holds Pt. 2
              82 66 441 Amy Winehouse ~ Back To Black
              83 94 36 Gerry Cinnamon ~ The Bonny
              84 77 29 Central Cee ~ Wild West
              85 88 424 Oasis ~ Definitely Maybe
              86 81 130 Phil Collins ~ The Singles
              87 10 2 M1llionz ~ Provisional Licence
              88 80 137 Green Day ~ Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band
              89 RE 61 Nirvana ~ In Utero
              90 90 41 Taylor Swift ~ Evermore
              91 85 43 D-Block Europe ~ The Blue Print - Us vs. Them
              92 50 102 Metallica ~ Metallica (The Black Album)
              93 89 43 Britney Spears ~ The Singles Collection
              94 92 180 XXXTentacion ~ ?
              95 82 243 The Killers ~ Direct Hits
              96 RE 164 Billie Eilish ~ Don't Smile At Me
              97 83 214 Stevie Wonder ~ The Definitive Collection
              98 RE 8 Bring Me The Horizon ~ Post Human: Survival Horror
              99 91 146 Juice Wrld ~ Goodbye & Good Riddance
              100 NE 1 Alabama 3 ~ Step 13



              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

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              • #8
                Using the official figures, I calculated that the hourly updates on iTunes amounts to about 40 sales, certainly no greater than 50 for the number one there. These calculations are based on the total weekly sales of Ed Sheeran amounting to about 1,296 per day (averaged out over the week) then that figure dived by 24. Since iTunes is not the only supplier of downloads, I reduced the total down to take these into account, plus any physical copies too were taken off to give the 40. This amount will fall greater if iTunes is not the main source people are downloading the tracks from. Plus if physicals are higher than 5 per hour.
                Education for anyone aged 12 to 16 has made a mess of the world!

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                • #9
                  From Music Week Chart Pack:

                  Ed Sheeran – Shivers (Asylum)
                  This week’s sales: 63,520 | Downloads: 7,981 | Physical: 1,096 |
                  Streams: 54,443 |Total sales to date: 179,126

                  The Lathums - How Beautiful Life Can Be (Island)
                  This week’s sales: 16,341 | Physical: 14,028 | Downloads: 1,126 |
                  Streams: 1,187 |Total sales to date: 16,341 |

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                  • #10
                    So Shivers finally is the real no.1 and Bad Habits falls to 2 and Stay is probably staying at 3. Remember is probably at 12. while Good 4 U is probably around 15 and Black Magic 16 without ACR,

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by braindeadpj View Post
                      So Shivers finally is the real no.1 and Bad Habits falls to 2 and Stay is probably staying at 3. Remember is probably at 12. while Good 4 U is probably around 15 and Black Magic 16 without ACR,
                      The top 2 are correct with 'Shivers' being 3.5k ahead. 'Stay' is at number 5, 'Remember' at #11, 'Good 4 U' at #13 and 'Black Magic' at #15.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Robbie View Post
                        The top 2 are correct with 'Shivers' being 3.5k ahead. 'Stay' is at number 5, 'Remember' at #11, 'Good 4 U' at #13 and 'Black Magic' at #15.
                        Thanks Robbie. I guess there must be a quite a drop between 10 and 12 for Stay to only be at 5.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by braindeadpj View Post

                          Thanks Robbie. I guess there must be a quite a drop between 10 and 12 for Stay to only be at 5.
                          There's an almost 5k drop between #10 and #12 on the main chart. 27.1k to 22.4k. Without ACR it's 27.1k to 43.6k the other way for the two tracks.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Robbie View Post
                            There's an almost 5k drop between #10 and #12 on the main chart. 27.1k to 22.4k. Without ACR it's 27.1k to 43.6k the other way for the two tracks.
                            Thanks, Robbie. That was exactly the size of drop I was thinking of between positions 10 and 12!
                            Interesting so Stay sold around 1,200 actual copies for a number 11 position on the sales chart.
                            Last edited by braindeadpj; Sun October 3, 2021, 23:38.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by braindeadpj View Post

                              Thanks, Robbie. That was exactly the size of drop I was thinking of between positions 10 and 12!
                              Interesting so Stay sold around 1,200 actual copies for a number 11 position on the sales chart.
                              1,083 copies to be exact!

                              The top 5 sales:

                              1: My Universe - Coldplay / BTS 27,048 (CD: 5,679, Download tracks: 12,803 Download Bundles: 8,566)
                              2: Shivers - Ed Sheeran 9,077 (CD: 1,096)
                              3: Cold Heart - Elton John & Dua Lipa 6,712
                              4: Bad Habits - Ed Sheeran 3,777 (CD: 78)
                              5: Out Out - Joel Corry / Jax Jones / XCX 1,508


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                              • #16
                                Originally posted by Robbie View Post
                                1,083 copies to be exact!

                                The top 5 sales:

                                1: My Universe - Coldplay / BTS 27,048 (CD: 5,679, Download tracks: 12,803 Download Bundles: 8,566)
                                2: Shivers - Ed Sheeran 9,077 (CD: 1,096)
                                3: Cold Heart - Elton John & Dua Lipa 6,712
                                4: Bad Habits - Ed Sheeran 3,777 (CD: 78)
                                5: Out Out - Joel Corry / Jax Jones / XCX 1,508

                                Thanks again Robbie for this information.

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                                • #17
                                  Originally posted by Robbie View Post
                                  1,083 copies to be exact!
                                  5: Out Out - Joel Corry / Jax Jones / XCX 1,508
                                  What are XCX

                                  I looked it up online and it only came up with Charlie XCX?
                                  Education for anyone aged 12 to 16 has made a mess of the world!

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                                  • #18
                                    Originally posted by Graham76man View Post

                                    What are XCX

                                    I looked it up online and it only came up with Charlie XCX?
                                    It is indeed Charli XCX. It's just the way the OCC names the artist.

                                    The exact credit is Joel Corry & Jax Jones featuring Charli XCX & Saweetie. A bit of a mouthful!

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                                    • Graham76man
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                                      With the others in the section XCX does look like some kind of format!

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                                    There's a whole chart post posted above where you can check for yourself.

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