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  • UK OCC Charts: 8th - 14th Oct 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 October 7, 2021
    Ends
    Thu October 14, 2021
    Location
    UK

  • #2
    https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...-a-lot__34194/

    08 October 2021
    The Script claim sixth UK Number 1 with Greatest Hits album: "This really, really means a lot"

    New entries from The Special, Roger Taylor, Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga and Potter Payper are also in this week's Top 10.
    By George Griffiths
    Congratulations to The Script, who land straight in at Number 1 on the Official UK Albums Chart with Tales From The Script – Greatest Hits.

    The Irish rockers’ best-of – which spans 13 years of chart success - lands at the top with 23,000 chart sales, 87% of which were physical sales.



    It’s the band’s sixth leader on the Official Chart, following The Script (2008), Science & Faith(2010), No Sound Without Silence (2014), Freedom Child (2017) and Sunsets & Full Moons (2019). View The Script’s Official Chart history in full here.

    When it comes to acts with as many chart-topping albums, The Script are in good company. Arctic Monkeys, Genesis, Pink Floyd, Kings Of Leon, Radiohead, Blur and Muse all have six Number 1 records to their name, see the acts with the most UK Number 1 albums.

    Celebrating the news, front man Danny O’Donoghue told OfficialCharts.com:

    “We couldn’t have done this without The Script family. Thank you so much - this really, really means a lot because this is for our greatest hits, it’s like a lifetime of work. Hopefully you’ll see us on the road soon.”

    Meanwhile, The Specials land at Number 2 with Protest Songs 1924-2012, the Ska-collective’s fifth UK Top 10 album, and Number 1 on this week’s Official Vinyl Albums Chart. At Number 3, Queen drummer Roger Taylor lands his first solo UK Top 10 and highest-peaking solo effort to date album with his sixth record Outsider.




    Meanwhile, The Specials land at Number 2 with Protest Songs 1924-2012, the Ska-collective’s fifth UK Top 10 album, and Number 1 on this week’s Official Vinyl Albums Chart. At Number 3, Queen drummer Roger Taylor lands his first solo UK Top 10 and highest-peaking solo effort to date album with his sixth record Outsider.


    Elsewhere in the Top 10, Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga enter in at Number 6 with their second collaborative covers album Love For Sale.

    Hans Zimmer’s soundtrack to the new James Bond film No Time To Die debuts at Number 7 – in doing so it becomes the highest charting Bond soundtrack in the franchise’s history. Its title track by Billie Eilish hit Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart last February with the biggest opening week for any Bond theme ever. Find out where every James Bond theme charted in the UK.

    Martin Talbot, chief executive, Official Charts Company comments:

    “The triumphant return of Bond, James Bond, this autumn has been a huge fillip for the nation post-lockdown and the incredible success of the soundtrack album has emphasised quite how much we love a Bond score. The involvement this time of Billie Eilish and Johnny Marr alongside Hans Zimmer has broadened the audience for this OST more than ever before. We have had to wait, but it was certainly well worth waiting for.”

    Rapper Potter Payper earns his second UK Top 10 album with Thanks For Waiting at Number 8 - the most-streamed new entry of the week - and following its vinyl release, Taylor Swift’s Fearless (Taylor’s Version) re-enters at Number 9.

    Outside the Top 10, Sugababes’ 20th anniversary re-release of debut album One Touch manages to outperform the Number 26 peak of the original, debuting at 18, while prog-rock group Yes are new at 20 with album The Quest. At 23, US rapper Meek Mill arrives with fifth album Expensive Pain, while Tottenham MC Headie One’s new mixtape Too Loyal For My Own Goodlands at 26.

    Following the exciting news of her return next week, Adele’s 25 rebounds into the Top 40, zooming 28 places to Number 27.

    Finally, singer-songwriter Neil Young enters at Number 32 with a live recording of his Carnegie Hall 1970 show, while folk singer-songwriter Grace Petrie earns her first-ever UK chart entry as Connectivity debuts at Number 37.

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    • #3
      https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...hivers__34197/

      08 October 2021
      Ed Sheeran scores fourth week at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart with Shivers

      Oliver Tree and Arz enter the Top 40 for the first time, and Billie Eilish's Bond Theme makes a return.
      By Helen Ainsley
      Ed Sheeran’s Shivers claims a fourth week at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart.

      The song racked up another 6.7 million streams in the UK over the past seven days as it marks one month as the biggest song in the country, comfortably ahead of Elton John & Dua Lipa’s Cold Heart which holds at Number 2 for a third week.



      CKay climbs one place to Number 3 with Love Nwantiti (Ah Ah Ah), while Central Cee’s Obsessed With You also lifts one spot to Number 4. Rounding off the Top 5 is Glass Animals with Heat Waves, which rises three to a brand new peak and becomes the Oxford band’s first ever Top 5 hit.
      MORE: Every Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart




      Elsewhere in the Top 40, there are more new peaks for Becky Hill & Topic, up two with My Heart Goes (La Di Da) (15), Australian duo Shouse with Love Tonight (22), and Better Days by Dermot Kennedy (26).

      Billie Eilish returns to the Official Singles Chart with her chart-topping Bond theme No Time To Die (32), following the long-awaited release of its namesake film last week.
      MORE: The Official Top 40 biggest songs of 2021 so far


      Finally, two big viral hits enter the Top 40 for the very first time – Californian singer-songwriter Oliver Tree’s Life Goes On, which jumps seven to Number 34, and Alone With You by Arz, which climbs six to Number 36. Alone With You is teenage rapper Arz’s breakout track, and features a sample from Billie Eilish’s 2017 song Hostage.
      See the full Official Singles Chart Top 100

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      • #4
        Music Week Singles Report
        by James Masterton


        Immune from challengers, at least for the moment, Ed Sheeran's Shivers continues its splendid isolation at the head of the singles market. No.1 for a fourth consecutive week, it registers a further 61,366 chart sales (55,017 of these via its 6.7m streams). Don't think we've lost count of the man himself either, for this is furthermore Sheeran's own 15th consecutive week at No.1 since the release of Bad Habits at the start of the summer. His chances of equalling Bryan Adams' all-time record next week seem high, even if there is an Adele-sized juggernaut on the horizon suggesting he has little prospect of setting a new one.

        Elton John and Dua Lipa enjoy another new sales high but their 50,925 is still only enough to ensure Cold Heart remains No.2 for the third week in a row. Love Nwantiti (Ah Ah Ah) by Ckay rises to another new peak, 36,088 sales taking it into the Top 3 for the first time. It is hotly pursued by Obsessed With You by Central Cee, which is back up to its No.4 peak with 31,279 sales. Meanwhile, Heat Waves by Glass Animals completes what has turned out to be an epic journey into the Top 5, reaching No.5 with 31,277 sales. The viral hit's continuous chart run began at the very start of the year, some 40 weeks ago. Including the track's previous brief chart appearance in 2020 it has now spent 46 weeks on the Top 75.

        The remaining Top 10 singles comprise Ed Sheeran's Bad Habits (No.6, 28,843 sales), Lil Nas X and Jack Harlow's Industry Baby (No.7, 28,833 sales - just 10 units behind), Out Out by Joel Corry/Jax Jones/Charli XCX (No.8, 26,990 sales), Happier Than Ever by Billie Eilish (back in the Top 10 after five weeks away at No.9 - 26,079 sales) and finally Girls Want Girls by Drake/Lil Baby (No.10, 23,637 sales).

        Speaking of Billie Eilish, the belated cinema release of Daniel Craig's final Bond outing No Time To Die means her theme song is no longer orphaned from its parent project. Having topped the charts when first released in February 2020 (just ahead of the movie's originally scheduled premiere) the track perhaps inevitably makes a chart return at No.32, a further 11,599 sales meaning its cumulative tally tops the 600,000 mark for the first time.

        Her appearance on Strictly Come Dancing last weekend lit a fire under Griff's hitherto underperforming One Night single, and with the singer herself taking to social media to cheerlead the growing sales of the track it lands itself a new entry at No.45 with 8,186 sales. That’s still some way short of becoming the BRIT Award winner's biggest hit to date, that honour still going to Black Hole which scaled No.18 earlier this summer.

        A movie soundtrack is also responsible for another of the week's new hits. Taken from the forthcoming Venom: Let There Be Carnage epic, Last One Standing features an ensemble cast of Skylar Grey, Polo G, Mozzy and most notably of all a cameoing Eminem. It is an absorbing meeting of minds and is perhaps unlucky to have only made a low level chart impact for now, the biggest brand new release of the week as it enters at No.46 with 8,069 sales.

        Tom Grennan has had three Top 10 hits so far in 2021, the last of these coming thanks to his memorable vocal turn on Calvin Harris' By Your Side, a No.9 hit during an extended chart run in the summer. He returns to solo work with the appearance of Don't Break The Heart, one of several new tracks to appear on the recently issued special edition of his Evering Road album. The track now becomes his seventh chart single in all, opening its account at No.64 (6,261 sales).

        Just behind is Gyalis from Capella Grey, a cut which has been around since the summer but which is now sparked into life with a new version adding vocals from A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, although the original mix still accounts for the lions' share of the track's streams. It is No.65 with 6,176 sales.

        Headie One's new mixtape Too Loyal For My Own Good impacts the albums chart this week and it also spawns a second chart single Cry, landing at No.66 (6,110 sales) as the rapper's 19th chart entry and hard on the heels of 2 Chains which made No.59 five weeks ago.

        It may have been a relatively quiet week but singles sales rebound from last week's dip, up 0.82% to 22,312,689. Paid-for sales are down almost 5.2% to 374,128, this now the 13th week in a row they have remained below 400K. But the trend line for paid sales is largely flat over the last quarter, the supposedly declining market demonstrating a pleasing level of stability.

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        • #5
          Music Week Albums Report
          by James Masterton


          Maintaining their near-flawless career record, The Script's career retrospective Tales From The Script - Greatest Hits flies effortlessly to the top of the charts. With a huge chart sale of 23,285 (fully 20,185 of these in physical formats) it takes the group to No.1 for the sixth time in their career, 2012 release Number 3 their only album not to reach the top. The Irish group's lifetime album sales in this country now total 3,554,974. their self-titled debut from 2008 contributing the most with 1,335,363 sales of its own.

          Some distance from the top but still well ahead of the chasing pack are ska veterans The Specials, who return with their second post-reunion album Protest Songs 1924-2012. Featuring cover versions of songs from artists as diverse as Bob Marley, The Staples Singers and Chip Taylor the album is No.2 with 17,070 sales and becomes only their second Top 3 record, following in the footsteps of 2019 comeback Encore which reached No.1.

          An all-new Top 3 is rounded off by Outsider from Roger Taylor which becomes comfortably the biggest solo album ever by the veteran Queen drummer as it lands 8,872 sales to take No.3. Prior to today his best extra-curricular showing was the No.18 reached by his 1981 solo album Fun In Space.

          The Top 5 is completed by Drake's Certified Lover Boy at No.4 (8,018 sales) and Olivia Rodrigo's Sour at No.5 (6,585 sales).

          The follow-up to 2014's Cheek To Cheek album, Love For Sale reunites the pan-generational duo of Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga in what seems almost certain to be the final original release of the long and storied career of the former. The collection of Cole Porter classics makes No.6 and lands 6,370 sales, beating by four places the peak of its predecessor.

          Finally issued to coincide with the belated release of the Bond film that it inspires, Hans Zimmer’s No Time To Die OST fires its way to No.7 with 6,150 sales. It is the German composer's 13th movie score to chart but far and away his highest charting, beating the No.17 peak of the Gladiator OST with which he made his debut in 2000. It is also easily the highest charting Bond soundtrack ever.

          Potter Payper returns with Thanks For Waiting, his fifth commercial mixtape. It becomes the Barking resident's second chart album as it lands at No.8 with 5,810 sales.

          There's a chart comeback for Taylor Swift's chart-topping Fearless (Taylor's Version) as it is granted a vinyl release and re-enters the chart at No.9. The Top 10 is rounded off by Planet Her from Doja Cat, taking the final slot with 5,234 sales.

          First released in November 2000, the Sugababes' debut album One Touch returns to the charts for the first time in 20 years following an anniversary re-release. Its No.18 (3,518 sales) chart placing is notably a new chart peak, beating the No.26 it scaled in April 2001 during the chart run of its third single Run For Cover.

          The passing in 2015 of Chris Squire means that Yes’ 21st studio album is notably their first not to feature any of their original members. The Quest becomes the veteran group’s 26th Top 75 album as it charts at No.20 (3,423 sales), their first chart record since live box set Progeny crept to No.64 in June 2015.

          American rapper Meek Mill continues his proud record of reaching the British charts with every one of his studio albums. Expensive Pain is his fifth collection and becomes his sixth chart record in this country, that total including mixtape DC4 which also made the grade. It is this week's No.23 landing 3,261 sales, all but 149 of these via digital streams.

          A year on from his chart-topping Edna album, Headie One returns with his fifth commercial mixtape Too Loyal For My Own Good which enters at No.26 (2,951 sales).

          As promotion for her long-anticipated new album 30 cranks into life, Adele's back catalogue is naturally enough starting to enjoy a rebound. 25 duly re-enters the listings at No.27 (2,863 sales) with its predecessor 21 in hot pursuit at No.48 (1,963 sales).

          Neil Young's Carnegie Hall 1970 live album is perhaps surprisingly only the third UK chart album to credit the legendary Manhattan venue in its title. It is also the singer's third chart album of this year alone, landing at No.32 with 2,653 sales.

          Connectivity is British folk singer Grace Petrie's tenth release since she made her debut in 2006 but is her first to chart, entering at No.37 with 2,277 sales.

          The final new entry arrives at No.54 (1,897 sales) for Sermons Of The Sinner by KK Priest, the new project from Judas Priest guitarist Kenneth Downing.

          Album sales ease upwards to 1,793,184 as they enjoy a 3.38% rise. Physical sales leap a massive 12.05% to stand at 339,471 with an 18.93% market share.

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          • #6
            First released in November 2000, the Sugababes' debut album One Touch returns to the charts for the first time in 20 years following an anniversary re-release. Its No.18 (3,518 sales) chart placing is notably a new chart peak, beating the No.26 it scaled in April 2001 during the chart run of its third single Run For Cover.

            It would be appreciated if somebody posted the position of Essential Sugababes outside the 100.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Blondini View Post


              It would be appreciated if somebody posted the position of Essential Sugababes outside the 100.
              Since you ask…. 107.
              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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              • #8
                Originally posted by kingofskiffle View Post

                Since you ask…. 107.
                ouch! thank you, good sir

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                • #9
                  Yes ouch indeed. Only three new entries below it in the 200. Well assuming they are all new once I end up sorting it out in the database.
                  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
                    From Music Week Chart Pack

                    Ed Sheeran - Shivers (Asylum/Atlantic)
                    This week’s sales: 61,366 | Physical: 1 | Downloads: 6,348 |
                    Streams: 55,017 |Total sales to date: 240,490 |

                    The Script – Tales from the Script: Greatest Hits (Phonogenic/Sony)
                    This week’s sales: 23,285 | Physical: 20,185 | Downloads: 1,251 |
                    Streams: 1,849 | Total sales to date: 23,285 |

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                    • #11
                      Ed Sheeran sold ONE physical copy.

                      What is the typical amount of copies #1's in download, physical and vinyl charts sell.

                      Download - 6,000- 10,000
                      Physical - 1,000 - 1,500
                      Vinyl 200 -300

                      My guesses. Not far off?
                      Last edited by Nameless; Fri October 8, 2021, 21:06.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Nameless View Post
                        Ed Sheeran sold ONE physical copy.
                        At least one person there actually contributed to his sales total. Not ONE person actually contributed to the 55,017 streams. Each stream had to be done by a crowd of people!

                        Education for anyone aged 12 to 16 has made a mess of the world!

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                        • #13
                          Wait, Sugababes' debut album is charting higher higher now than it ever did before? Huge achievement! Hopefully enough motivation for them to release studio album No. 8!
                          Pro: freedom of speech
                          Contra: cancel culture

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                          • #14
                            Graham

                            Yes I know lots of people streamed Ed Sheeran's single. My point was only one person bought a physical copy.

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                            • Graham76man
                              Graham76man commented
                              Editing a comment
                              The point I was making was that not one person alone who streamed the record contributed to the chart position, whereas the person who did buy that record was one of the 61,366. It shows you how utterly stupid the charts made by the OCC are these days.

                          • #15
                            BuzzJack were late posting / making it visible

                            Official Singles Chart Top 100
                            08 October 2021 - 14 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 4* Ed Sheeran ~ Shivers
                            2 2 8 Elton John and Dua Lipa ~ Cold Heart
                            3 4 4 Ckay ~ Love Nwantiti (Ah Ah Ah)
                            4 5 4 Central Cee ~ Obsessed With You
                            5 8 47 Glass Animals ~ Heat Waves
                            6 6 15 Ed Sheeran ~ Bad Habits ***
                            7 7 11 Lil Nas X ft Jack Harlow ~ Industry Baby
                            8 9 8 Joel Corry and Jax Jones ft Charli XCX and Saweetie ~ Out Out
                            9 11 10 Billie Eilish ~ Happier Than Ever
                            10 10 5 Drake ft Lil Baby ~ Girls Want Girls
                            11 13 3 Lil Nas X ~ Thats What I Want
                            12 3 2 Coldplay and BTS ~ My Universe
                            13 12 13 The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber ~ Stay ***
                            14 14 8 Doja Cat ~ Woman
                            15 17 6 Becky Hill and Topic ~ My Heart Goes (La Di Da)
                            16 18 13 Dave ft Stormzy ~ Clash
                            17 16 11 Anne-Marie and Little Mix ~ Kiss My (Uh Oh)
                            18 15 5 Drake ft Travis Scott ~ Fair Trade
                            19 20 8 Digga D ft ArrDee ~ Wasted
                            20 21 28 Lil Nas X ~ Montero (Call Me By Your Name)
                            21 22 7 Ed Sheeran ~ Visiting Hours
                            22 23 9 Shouse ~ Love Tonight
                            23 19 4 Drake ft Future and Young Thug ~ Way 2 Sexy
                            24 24 6 The Anxiety (Willow and Tyler Cole) ~ Meet Me At Our Spot
                            25 25 9 The Weeknd ~ Take My Breath
                            26 31 10 Dermot Kennedy ~ Better Days
                            27 26 16 Becky Hill and David Guetta ~ Remember ***
                            28 29 21 Olivia Rodrigo ~ Good 4 U ***
                            29 28 11 Sleepy Hallow ~ 2055
                            30 27 12 David Guetta, MistaJam and John Newman ~ If You Really Love Me (How Will I Know?)
                            31 30 19 Jonasu ~ Black Magic ***
                            32 RE 13 Billie Eilish ~ No Time To Die ****
                            film is finally released!
                            33 34 4 Mimi Webb ~ 24/5
                            34 41 3 Oliver Tree ~ Life Goes On
                            35 38 4 Justus Bennetts ~ Bad Day
                            36 42 8 Arz ~ Alone With You
                            37 35 10 Clean Bandit and Topic ft Wes Nelson ~ Drive
                            38 33 7 Tion Wayne and ArrDee ~ Wid It
                            39 39 7 Clinton Kane ~ I Guess I'm In Love
                            40 32 6 Kanye West (ft The Weeknd and Lil Baby) ~ Hurricane

                            41 37 4 Digga D ~ 2k17
                            42 52 5 Ewan McVicar ~ Tell Me Something Good
                            43 36 11 Dave ~ Verdansk
                            44 44 6 Doja Cat ~ Get Into It (Yuh)
                            45 85 4 Griff ~ One Night ****
                            she performed on Strictly Come Dancing
                            46 NE 1 Skylar Grey ft Polo G, Mozzy and Eminem ~ Last One Standing
                            47 46 20 Galantis, David Guetta and Little Mix ~ Heartbreak Anthem ***
                            48 50 39 The Weeknd (ft Ariana Grande) ~ Save Your Tears ***
                            49 48 13 Doja Cat ~ Need To Know ***
                            50 40 3 Taylor Swift ~ Wildest Dreams (Taylor's Version)
                            51 51 15 Rain Radio and DJ Craig Gorman ~ Talk About ***
                            52 47 11 Camila Cabello ~ Don't Go Yet
                            53 49 10 Blxst and Tyga ft Ty Dolla $ign ~ Chosen
                            54 45 8 PinkPantheress ~ Just for Me
                            55 65 5 Riton and Raye ~ I Don't Want You
                            56 54 58 Dua Lipa (ft DaBaby) ~ Levitating ***
                            57 55 18 Tones and I ~ Fly Away ***
                            58 69 2 Canking and Ess2Mad ~ Lemme Land?
                            59 57 17 WizKid ft Tems ~ Essence ***
                            60 59 8 Lizzo ft Cardi B ~ Rumors
                            61 53 5 Burns ~ Talamanca
                            62 63 97 The Weeknd ~ Blinding Lights ***
                            63 60 17 Måneskin ~ Beggin' ***
                            64 NE 1 Tom Grennan ~ Don't Break The Heart ****
                            he performed on Strictly Come Dancing
                            65 94 8 Capella Grey ~ Gyalis ****version with Chris Brown and Popcaan released
                            66 NE 1 Headie One ~ Cry
                            67 66 20 Måneskin ~ I Wanna Be Your Slave ***
                            68 73 36 Tom Grennan ~ Little Bit Of Love ***
                            69 64 19 Olivia Rodrigo ~ Traitor ***
                            70 74 288 The Killers ~ Mr Brightside ***
                            71 75 18 Calvin Harris ft Tom Grennan ~ By Your Side ***
                            72 62 5 Little Mix ~ Love (Sweet Love)
                            73 58 5 ABBA ~ Don't Shut Me Down
                            74 67 16 KSI ~ Holiday ***
                            75 72 66 Joel Corry ft MNEK ~ Head & Heart ***

                            76 71 9 Olivia Rodrigo ~ Jealousy, Jealousy
                            77 80 140 Lewis Capaldi ~ Someone You Loved ***
                            78 81 38 Sam Smith ~ Like I Can ***
                            79 NE 1 Potter Payper ft Digga D ~ Take That
                            80 NE 1 Twice ~ The Feels
                            81 NE 1 Lisa ~ Money

                            82 83 33 Ella Henderson and Tom Grennan ~ Let's Go Home Together ***
                            83 56 2 Aitch ft Avelino and Toddla T ~ Party Round My Place
                            84 79 7 Shawn Mendes and Tainy ~ Summer Of Love
                            85 88 5 Charli XCX ~ Good Ones
                            86 87 10 Tate McRae ~ That Way
                            87 61 3 Bring Me The Horizon ~ Die4U
                            88 43 18 Marshmello and Jonas Brothers ~ Leave Before You Love Me ***
                            89 NE 1 Sam Fender ~ Spit Of You
                            90 86 4 Bru-C and Bou ~ Streetside
                            91 70 3 Tion Wayne ft Jae5 and DaVido ~ Who's True
                            92 82 2 James Arthur ~ Emily
                            93 NE 1 Mahalia ft AJ Tracey ~ Roadside
                            94 RE 2 Meek Mill ft Lil Baby and Lil Durk ~ Sharing Locations
                            95 84 32 Joel Corry, Raye and David Guetta ~ Bed ***
                            96 91 22 Surf Curse ~ Freaks
                            97 77 6 Kanye West (ft Playboi Carti and Fivio Foreign) ~ Off The Grid
                            98 93 28 Russ Millions and Tion Wayne (ft Arrdee, 3x3E1, ZT, Bugzy Malone, Fivio Foreign, Darkoo, Buni) ~ Body ***
                            99 98 112 Tones and I ~ Dance Monkey ***
                            100 NE 1 Whitney Houston and Clean Bandit ~ How Will I Know?



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                            Official Albums Chart Top 100
                            08 October 2021 - 14 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 Script ~ Tales From The Script: Greatest Hits
                            2 NE 1 The Specials ~ Protest Songs 1924-2012
                            3 NE 1 Roger Taylor ~ Outsider

                            4 3 5 Drake ~ Certified Lover Boy
                            5 4 20 Olivia Rodrigo ~ Sour
                            6 NE 1 Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga ~ Love For Sale
                            7 NE 1 Hans Zimmer ~ No Time To Die (OST)
                            8 NE 1 Potter Payper ~ Thanks For Waiting

                            9 RE 8 Taylor Swift ~ Fearless (Taylor's Version) ****
                            vinyl release
                            10 6 15 Doja Cat ~ Planet Her
                            11 5 3 Lil Nas X ~ Montero
                            12 9 11 Dave ~ We're All Alone In This Together
                            13 7 240 Ed Sheeran ~ ÷ (Divide)
                            14 8 1014 ABBA ~ Gold: Greatest Hits
                            15 12 204 Elton John ~ Diamonds
                            16 13 151 Fleetwood Mac ~ 50 Years: Don't Stop
                            17 14 10 Billie Eilish ~ Happier Than Ever
                            18 RE 22 Sugababes ~ One Touch ****
                            belated 20th AE; Spectrum label's Essential Sugababes also charts at 107!
                            19 15 35 The Weeknd ~ The Highlights
                            20 NE 1 Yes ~ The Quest
                            21 11 966 Queen ~ Greatest Hits
                            22 1 2 The Lathums ~ How Beautiful Life Can Be
                            23 NE 1 Meek Mill ~ Expensive Pain
                            24 24 14 Tom Grennan ~ Evering Road
                            25 18 80 Dua Lipa ~ Future Nostalgia
                            26 NE 1 Headie One ~ Too Loyal For My Own Good [mixtape]
                            27 55 208 Adele ~ 25 ****new material has been teased
                            28 22 482 Eminem ~ Curtain Call: The Hits
                            29 16 6 Kanye West ~ Donda
                            30 21 125 Lewis Capaldi ~ Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent
                            31 23 422 Oasis ~ Time Flies... 1994-2009
                            32 NE 1 Neil Young ~ Carnegie Hall 1970 (live)
                            33 26 909 Fleetwood Mac ~ Rumours
                            34 25 66 Pop Smoke ~ Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon
                            35 29 95 Harry Styles ~ Fine Line
                            36 31 516 Michael Jackson ~ Number Ones
                            37 NE 1 Grace Petrie ~ Connectivity
                            38 32 509 Oasis ~ (What's The Story) Morning Glory?
                            39 30 12 KSI ~ All Over The Place
                            40 20 5 Iron Maiden ~ Senjutsu

                            41 27 378 Ed Sheeran ~ ×
                            42 38 421 Arctic Monkeys ~ AM
                            43 35 356 Sam Smith ~ In The Lonely Hour
                            44 34 57 The Kid Laroi ~ F*ck Love / Savage / Over You [mixtape]
                            45 36 117 Ed Sheeran ~ No.6 Collaborations Project
                            46 43 335 The Beatles ~ 1
                            47 37 97 Dermot Kennedy ~ Without Fear
                            48 RE 296 Adele ~ 21
                            49 33 11 Anne-Marie ~ Therapy
                            50 19 3 Tion Wayne ~ Green With Envy
                            51 50 210 Maroon 5 ~ Singles
                            52 42 106 Becky Hill ~ Get To Know
                            53 44 998 Bob Marley and The Wailers ~ Legend
                            54 NE 1 KK's Priest ~ Sermons Of The Sinner ****
                            former Judas Priest member KK Downing's group
                            55 49 227 Dua Lipa ~ Dua Lipa
                            56 54 63 Taylor Swift ~ Folklore
                            57 51 16 Whitney Houston ~ I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston
                            58 58 6 Becky Hill ~ Only Honest On The Weekend
                            59 48 114 Mabel ~ High Expectations
                            60 64 132 Billie Eilish ~ When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
                            61 52 29 Justin Bieber ~ Justice
                            62 2 2 Public Service Broadcasting ~ Bright Magic
                            63 60 255 David Bowie ~ Legacy
                            64 RE 6 Jack Savoretti ~ Europiana ****
                            performed on The Graham Norton Show
                            65 59 219 Taylor Swift ~ 1989
                            66 74 425 Foo Fighters ~ Greatest Hits
                            67 93 44 Britney Spears ~ The Singles Collection
                            68 66 233 George Michael ~ Twenty Five
                            69 61 22 Rag'n'Bone Man ~ Life By Misadventure
                            70 68 52 Sam Fender ~ Hypersonic Missiles
                            71 53 433 Ed Sheeran ~ +
                            72 28 360 Nirvana ~ Nevermind
                            73 67 210 Bruno Mars ~ Doo-Wops & Hooligans
                            74 65 17 Bo Burnham ~ Inside (The Songs)
                            75 70 360 Arctic Monkeys ~ Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not

                            76 71 65 Juice Wrld ~ Legends Never Die
                            77 82 442 Amy Winehouse ~ Back To Black
                            78 75 99 Taylor Swift ~ Lover
                            79 76 109 Post Malone ~ Hollywood's Bleeding
                            80 80 134 Elvis Presley ~ The 50 Greatest Hits
                            81 77 282 Red Hot Chili Peppers ~ Greatest Hits
                            82 84 30 Central Cee ~ Wild West [mixtape]
                            83 83 37 Gerry Cinnamon ~ The Bonny
                            84 79 201 Katy Perry ~ Teenage Dream
                            85 90 42 Taylor Swift ~ Evermore
                            86 78 126 Dave ~ Psychodrama
                            87 86 131 Phil Collins ~ The Singles
                            88 96 165 Billie Eilish ~ Don't Smile At Me
                            89 88 138 Green Day ~ Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band
                            90 91 44 D-Block Europe ~ The Blue Print - Us vs. Them
                            91 94 181 XXXTentacion ~ ?
                            92 69 45 Nirvana ~ Nirvana
                            93 99 147 Juice Wrld ~ Goodbye & Good Riddance
                            94 85 425 Oasis ~ Definitely Maybe
                            95 95 244 The Killers ~ Direct Hits
                            96 62 3 Genesis ~ The Last Domino? (The Hits)
                            97 RE 24 50 Cent ~ Best Of 50 Cent
                            98 97 215 Stevie Wonder ~ The Definitive Collection
                            99 RE 125 Billy Joel ~ Piano Man: The Very Best Of Billy Joel
                            100 46 4 Manic Street Preachers ~ The Ultra Vivid Lament




                            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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                            • #16
                              So Bad Habits is at 2, Stay may have climbed back up to 4, Remember may have climbed to 10, Good 4 U up to 12 and Black Magic still at 15 without ACR?

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                              • #17
                                'Freaks' by Surf Curse has now moved to ACR and therefore this is its last week in the top 100. In an astonishing 22 week chart run it has moved: 64-81-94-86-81-92-81-82-78-78-78-75-80-77-75-73-73-87-93-90-91-96. Sales to date are 155k.

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                                • #18
                                  Even more impressive given it actually peaked on its first week in the 100! I don't even think I've heard the song yet...

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                                  • #19
                                    Originally posted by Gambo View Post
                                    Even more impressive given it actually peaked on its first week in the 100! I don't even think I've heard the song yet...
                                    I think it's great!

                                    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQOAbSDKCJQ

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                                    • #20
                                      I did stream it earlier and I must say it's a breath of fresh air compared to most Top 100 entries! Rare nowadays that a guitar-led indie-esque track like that manages to ever reach the chart let alone get Top 70 and spend such an extended period berthed in the bottom 30 positions. I was expecting some drill or rap-orientated dirge!! Pleasant surprise to find a lo-fi slice of compelling punk. No monotonous bass-heavy drawls! No unnecessary over-produced electronic or vocal effects! No featured rap act or other collab credits! No swearing (at least not as far as I could discern)! No arse-shaking and tit-waggling in the vid! No misspellings in the title! I do wonder why da kidz are streaming this one so consistently, especially while they apparently ignore other similar new offerings?
                                      Last edited by Gambo; Tue October 12, 2021, 14:55.

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                                      • #21
                                        Originally posted by braindeadpj View Post
                                        So Bad Habits is at 2, Stay may have climbed back up to 4, Remember may have climbed to 10, Good 4 U up to 12 and Black Magic still at 15 without ACR?
                                        Correct for 'Bad Habits', 'Stay' and 'Good 4 U'. 'Remember' is #11 and 'Black Magic' is #14.

                                        'Bad Habits' has now overtaken 'Good 4 U' as the 2nd best selling single of 2021 and to last Thursday was just 2.5k short of 1.2m chart sales and therefore 2XPlatinum. The track has now (Tuesday 12 October) passed 1.2m sales and will be confirmed as 2xP on Friday. The track will also move to the top of the best sellers list of 2021 too (in fact that too will also have happened by now) relegating 'Drivers License' to second place.

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                                        • #22
                                          Originally posted by Robbie View Post
                                          Correct for 'Bad Habits', 'Stay' and 'Good 4 U'. 'Remember' is #11 and 'Black Magic' is #14.

                                          'Bad Habits' has now overtaken 'Good 4 U' as the 2nd best selling single of 2021 and to last Thursday was just 2.5k short of 1.2m chart sales and therefore 2XPlatinum. The track has now (Tuesday 12 October) passed 1.2m sales and will be confirmed as 2xP on Friday. The track will also move to the top of the best sellers list of 2021 too (in fact that too will also have happened by now) relegating 'Drivers License' to second place.
                                          Thanks Robbie, I'm not surprised to learn that Ed has now overtaken Driver's license as I know the top 3 were pretty close.

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