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  • UK OCC Charts: 5th - 11th August 2022

    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 August 4, 2022
    Ends
    Thu August 11, 2022
    Location
    UK

  • #2
    https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...top-10__37074/



    05 August 2022
    Beyoncé bags fourth UK Number 1 album with RENAISSANCE as Maggie Rogers' Surrender goes Top 10

    RENAISSANCE reaches the summit as American singer-songwriter Maggie Rogers scores her first-ever UK Top 10
    By Carl Smith
    Beyoncé claims her fourth solo UK Number 1 album with RENAISSANCE this week, marking her first chart-topper in six years.

    The superstar’s acclaimed seventh studio album outsells its closest competition 3:1 to reach the summit. Prior to this, Beyoncé reached Number 1 with debut LP Dangerously in Love (2003), 4 (2011)and Lemonade (2016). As a member of Destiny’s Child, Beyoncé boasts another chart-topper; with Survivor going the distance in 2001.

    RENAISSANCE also tops the Official Vinyl Albums Chart, proving the country’s most-purchased record on wax this week, while its lead single BREAK MY SOUL lands Beyoncé her highest-charting solo hit on the UK Official Chart in 14 years. Explore Beyoncé’s full Official Charts history here.


    MORE: Beyoncé's Official Biggest Albums in the UK ranked


    With his After Hours til Dawn Tour in full swing, The Weeknd’s hits collection The Highlights continues its steady ascent up the chart (4). Olivia Rodrigo also sees SOUR return to the Top 5 this week (5), as she returns to guest star in Disney series High School Musical: The Musical: The Series.

    SOUR has now spent an incredible 63 consecutive weeks inside the Official Albums Chart Top 20, including a non-consecutive five-week stint at Number 1.

    American singer-songwriter Maggie Rogers enjoys her first-ever Official Albums Chart Top 10 this week, with her second studio record Surrender entering at Number 6. Maggie’s debut LP Heard It in a Past Life peaked at Number 25 in 2019. Surrender also reaches Number 5 on this week’s Official Vinyl Albums Chart.



    Just outside of the Top 10, Elvis Presley’s timeless hits compilation ELV1S – 30 NUMBER 1 HITS lifts one place (12) as Baz Luhrmann-directed biopic Elvis continues ignites new interest in the star’s works.

    It’s a big week for Wakefield-born band The Cribs this week, as reissues of their first three full-length releases enter the Top 40. The band, comprising brothers Gary, Ryan and Ross Jarman, match their original 2007 Number 13 peak with third studio album Men’s Needs, Women’s Needs, Whatever.

    Electronic music duo Orbital earn their tenth Top 40 album with greatest hits collection [ not really - a set of remixes and remakes] 30 Something, which lands straight in at Number 19.

    Two of the indie-rock outfit’s records score new peaks on the Official Albums Chart with 2005 release The New Fellas at Number 20 and their eponymous 2001 debut The Cribs at Number 23. The group also dominate this week’s Official Vinyl Albums Chart, with Men’s Need’s, Women’s Needs, Whatever, The New Fellas and The Cribs charting at Numbers 2, 3 and 4 respectively. See The Cribs’ full Official Charts history here.

    And finally, Kate Bush’s 1986 hits compilation The Whole Story vaults 37 places up the chart this week (28).
    See the full Official Albums Chart Top 100 here from 5.45pm.
    Last edited by Blondini; Fri August 5, 2022, 16:07.

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    • #3
      Music Week: Singles
      by Alan Jones

      The longest-running No.1 by an act from my former home city of Edinburgh since The Bay City Rollers spent six weeks at the top of the chart with Bye Bye Baby in 1975, Afraid To Feel secures its fifth straight week at the apex for LF System, albeit with its own lowest sale for seven weeks, and the lowest for a No.1 for 22 weeks.

      Its consumption down 5.45% week-on-week to 46,265 units, Afraid To Feel could fall into ACR after next week but did very well to deny Beyoncé the opportunity of her second chart ‘double’. Her first came in 2003, when her first solo album, Dangerously In Love and single Crazy In Love (feat. Jay-Z) were No.1 simultaneously, hanging on three weeks before Daniel Bedingfield toppled the latter. She came close to her second this week, with Renaissance debuting atop the album chart while its first single, Break My Soul, ends two weeks of decline by surging 6-2 – a new peak - with consumption up 42.30% week-on-week at 42,927 units. It thus becomes Beyoncé’s highest-charting single since Lady Gaga collaboration Telephone reached No.1 in 2009, and her highest as a primary artist since 2008 No.1 If I Were A Boy.

      Renaissance also yields the week’s two highest debuting singles in the form of Cuff It (No.14, 20,011 sales) and Alien Superstar (No.16, 18,467 sales), raising Beyonce’s career tally of Top 75 singles to 76, and her Top 40 tally to 54 (both include 15 hits with Destiny’s Child). When Beyonce’s last album, Lemonade, was released, 11 of its tracks simultaneously invaded the Top 75 singles chart. With the primary artist rule, that is a feat denied to Renaissance. However, on the Top 200 Tracks chart – whose parameters mirror those in existence when Lemonade was released – 12 tracks from Renaissance are in the Top 75 this week.

      The only new arrival in the Top 10 this week is I Ain’t Worried, OneRepublic’s contribution to the Top Gun: Maverick soundtrack. Climbing 12-10 (21,918 sales), it is their sixth Top 10 hit, and first for exactly eight years.

      The rest of the Top 10: As It Was (3-3, 37,336 sales) by Harry Styles, Doja (2-4, 34,463 sales) by Central Cee, Green Green Grass (4-5, 34,315 sales) by George Ezra, Last Last (5-6, 31,833 sales) by Burna Boy, Crazy What Love Will Do (7-7, 27,865 sales) by David Guetta, Becky Hill & Ella Henderson, About Damn Time (8-8, 23,151 sales) by Lizzo and Running Up That Hill (9-9, 22,123 sales) by Kate Bush. All suffer reduced sales, with Styles and Lizzo set to fall into ACR next week.

      If Running Up That Hill wasn’t already on ACR, it would be No.3 this week, with unadjusted consumption of 42,346 units. Today (August 5) is the 37th anniversary of its release. It debuted the following week at its current chart position – No.9 – in a regal singles chart that included hits by King, Prince and Princess but not, alas, Queen.

      IFTK exits the Top 10 for the second time, falling 10-12 (20,731 sales) for Tion Wayne & La Roux.

      London producer/artist Jae5 has his third and highest charting hit with Propeller, which debuts at No.38 (10,686 sales). It also features London rapper Dave and Nigerian singer BNXN, providing Dave’s 30th hit and BNXN’s second.

      Its consumption increasing steeply for the seventh week in a row, BOTA. (Baddest Of Them All) is into the Top 75 for the first time for London DJ and singer Eliza Rose, who also wrote the song, and Manchester DJ Interplanetary Criminal, jumping 93-45 (9,289 sales). It is the first hit for both.

      Also new to the Top 75: Turn On The Lights Again (No.48, 9,509 sales), the fourth hit for British singer Fred Again, the eighth for Scandinavian DJ superstar trio Swedish House Mafia, and the second for American rapper Future; and Narcissist (No.54, 8,217 sales), the third hit for UK-born Canadian singer/songwriter Lauren Spencer-Smith.

      Bad Habit climbs 18-17 (18,080 sales) to achieve a new peak for Steve Lacy.

      There are also new peaks for: Ferrari (36-25, 14,461 sales) by James Hype & Miggy DeLa Rosa, Big City Life (37-28, 12,973 sales) by Luude & Mattafix, Under The Influence (63-46, 9,821 sales) by Chris Brown and Words (62-58, 7,636 sales) by Alesso & Zara Larsson.

      Nigerian Afropop singer Fireboy DML scores his first million seller this week with Peru. Selling more than 20 times as many copies as his previous biggest song, it drifts 51-56 in the current week with ACR-adjusted DUS of 8,006 but unadjusted sales of 15,863 copies. Released exactly a year ago, it ends the week with overall consumption of 1,009,453 units. It sold 66,971 as a solo vehicle for Fireboy DML, before turning into a collaboration with Ed Sheeran, whose patronage helped it to spend 22 consecutive weeks in the Top 10. As all the sales are combined together, records already show it as the 24th million-seller – the most by any act – of Sheeran’s career, although purists would deny it that accolade for a few more weeks. Sheeran, incidentally, has a ‘primary artists’ era record seven songs in the Top 75 for the second week in a row, though all are in decline. His 25th million-seller will likely be the third of his 66 hits, Drunk. Taking 24 weeks to reach its peak position of No.9, the 2011 track’s to-date consumption of 994,020 units increased by 1,170 this week, and it is on course for its millionth sale in September.

      Singles consumption is down 1.02% week-on-week at 23,393,810 units, 7.53% above same week 2021 consumption of 21,755,570 units. Paid-for sales are down 1.67% week-on-week at 325,042 – 14.71% below same week 2021 sales of 381,116.

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      • #4
        Music Week: Albums
        by Alan Jones

        Beyoncé’s first new studio album in more than six years, Renaissance makes its anticipated debut atop the chart, with first week consumption of 31,064 units – more than the rest of the top five combined – made up of 5,122 CDs, 2,772 vinyl albums, 3,356 digital downloads and 19,814 sales-equivalent streams.

        Bringing to an end a run of 10 consecutive weeks when the chart was ruled by British males, Renaissance is the 40-year-old American’s seventh solo studio album, and the follow-up to 2016’s Lemonade, which stormed to the summit on sales of 73,392 copies on debut - quite an achievement since it dropped without notice on the second day of the trading week (Saturday), without physical formats, without a prior charting single and in the immediate wake of Prince’s death, which saw him posthumously occupy the No.2, No.3 and No.4 slots behind her. Renaissance, on the other hand, was announced in June, has been represented on the singles chart by Break My Soul for the last seven weeks, and has been released on vinyl and CD – with no fewer than 32 variations of the box set version of the latter attracting sales, according to OCC data – so the fact its introductory frame is 57.67% below that of Lemonade is a little disappointing.

        Renaissance is Beyoncé’s fourth No.1 solo album, following Dangerously In Love, which sold 113,117 as it opened atop the list in 2003; 4, which sold 89,211 copies when it debuted at No.1 in 2011; and the aforementioned Lemonade. She also reached No.1 as a member of Destiny's Child, whose third of five studio albums Survivor scorched to pole position on sales of 117,967 in 2001. Beyoncé’s biggest-selling album is her third studio set, I Am…Sasha Fierce, which sold 38,010 copies debuting at No.10 in November 2008, had its highest sale of 102,536 copies four weeks later when ranking No.24 in the Christmas chart, and eventually peaked at No.2 on its 39th week in the chart. Home to four Top 10 singles, its consumption to date is 1,836,494 units. Dangerously in Love has sold 1,312,386 copies; 4 has sold 862,600; 2013’s eponymous Beyonce, which reached No.2, has sold 736,678 copies; Lemonade has sold 515,835 copies and B’day has sold 755,148 copies, split between the original No.3 2006 album (483,108 sales), and a 2007 revamp, which was different enough to be charted separately, reaching No.8 and selling 272,040 copies.

        Beyonce also had two million selling albums with Destiny’s Child, 2001 chart-topper Survivor – their third album - selling 1,130,983 copies, just ahead of their second album, 1999’s The Writing’s On The Wall, which only peaked at No.10 but has sold 1,120,878 copies.

        While Renaissance required the input of scores of writers and producers, sampled dozens of tracks by other artists and was very high-profile, the week’s second highest debut – Surrender by Maggie Rogers - is just the opposite. Without a hit single to her name, 28-year-old Rogers from Maryland wrote and produced every track on her second album, Surrender, with just a trio of collaborators, and used no samples on the set, which debuts at No.6 (4,282 sales). It is the follow-up to her introductory album, January 2018 release Heard It In A Past Life, which debuted at No.25 (3,695 sales) and has thus far sold 37,171 copies.

        Harry’s House is No.2 for Harry Styles for the second week in a row and fifth time in all (10,131 sales), while Ed Sheeran’s = (Equals) is No.3 for the sixth week in a row and 12th time in all (7,301 sales). With its 40-week tally climbing to 732,425, = moves to the top of the 2020s rankings for the first time, toppling Adele’s 30, which dips 50-67 this week, with 1,633 sales, raising its 38-week tally to 731,414. Sheeran remains behind Adele in career album sales – but it’s close there too, with Adele on 12,509,203 and Sheeran on 12,328,300.

        The rest of the Top 10: The Highlights (5-4, 4,895 sales) by The Weeknd, Sour (6-5, 4,422 sales) by Olivia Rodrigo, Greatest Hits (8-7, 4,177 sales) by Queen, Gold Rush Kid (7-8, 3,997 sales) by George Ezra, Gold: Greatest Hits (10-9, 3,983 sales) by ABBA and Curtain Call: The Hits (12-10, 3,8409 sales) by Eminem. That’s a 75-week high for The Weeknd, a 14-week high for Olivia Rodrigo and a 50-week high for Queen.

        Last week’s No.1, The Theory Of Whatever, dives to No.36 (2,348 sales) for Jamie T. Also exiting the Top 10 are Last Night In The Bittersweet (9-21, 3,089 sales) by Paolo Nutini and Entering Heaven Alive (4-155, 1,005 sales) by Jack White.

        Having regained the rights to their catalogue, Yorkshire indie trio The Cribs – 41-year-old twins Gary and Ryan Jarman, and their 37-year-old brother Ross - have released much-expanded ‘definitive editions’ of the first three albums, namely their eponymous and previously uncharted 2004 debut; The New Fellas, which reached No.78 in 2005; and breakthrough album Man’s Needs, Woman’s Needs, Whatever, the first of their string of six unbroken Top 20 albums, which peaked at No.13 in 2007. All three are in the Top 20 this week, with Man’s Needs… matching its original peak at No.13 (3,693 sales), while The New Fellas and The Cribs make their first ever Top 75 appearances, at No.20 (3,192 sales) and No.23 (3,012 sales), respectively. Despite their modest chart peaks, they are among the band’s four biggest sellers, with Man’s Needs… on 109,701 sales, The New Fellas on 67,545 and The Cribs on 44,055. Their fourth album – Ignore The Ignorant (No.8, 2009), which saw the trio augmented by former Smiths legend Johnny Marr – is their second biggest-seller on 72,773 sales.

        Thirty-one years since their eponymous first album – not to be confused with their eponymous second album – peaked at No.71, electronic dance duo Orbital’s 30 Something debuts at No.19 (3,290 sales). The 12th charted title for the sibling duo – 58-year-old Phil Hartnoll, and his 54-year-old brother Paul – it consists of new songs, re-recordings and remixes.

        BBC2 celebrated Kate Bush’s resurgence last Saturday (30 July), screening clips show Kate Bush At The BBC, documentary The Kate Bush Story: Running Up That Hill – both from 2014 – and her 1979 Christmas special. Its consumption increasing 56.22% as a result, her 1986 compilation The Whole Story rebounds 65-28 (2,700 sales).

        Now That’s What I Call Music! 112 debuts atop the compilation chart on first week consumption of 14,308 units (12,102 CDs and 2,206 digital downloads). The 48-song set thus achieves a (slightly) bigger opening that its immediate predecessor Now! 111 - which sold 14,197 copies when it debuted at No.1 16 weeks ago - but fails to match 2021 equivalent Now! 109, which debuted at No.1 a year ago last week on sales of 20,886 units. The re-released Now That’s What I Call Music! 12 – No.1 on the regular album chart for five weeks in 1988 before being swept aside by Kylie Minogue’s debut album, Kylie – debuts at No.2 (4,717 sales), despite the 32-track original being reduced to 31 tracks by the absence of Phil Collins’ In The Air Tonight in its 1988 remix version by Ben Liebrand.

        Overall album sales are up 0.28% week-on-week at 1,959,211, 11.46% above same week 2021 sales of 1,757,795. Physical product accounts for 295,565 sales, 15.09% of the total.

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        • #5
          I can't get my head round Beyonce having 32 versions of a CD box set! They're not listed on Discogs, though. https://www.discogs.com/master/27269...A9-Renaissance

          And they still only manufactured a few thousand copies overall.
          Last edited by Blondini; Fri August 5, 2022, 17:25.

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          • #6
            And yay for Taylor's August charting!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Blondini View Post
              And yay for Taylor's August charting!
              Yeah, what caused that? The fact that it's now August?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by MyFriendJack View Post

                Yeah, what caused that? The fact that it's now August?
                probably! TikTok?

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                • #9
                  ^ I've looked on TikTik and it is indeed turning up in people's clips.

                  There's no charts showing up on BuzzJack. I'm gonna have to cut and paste it myself. Stand by - it will be up in the next couple of hours.

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                  • #10
                    I've also noticed that the ACR update thread has not been updated since 28th July on BuzzJack so i don't know what the newest ones are. I could work out some but it would take a long time. If people can help out that would be great...

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                    • #11
                      Official Singles Chart Top 100
                      05 August 2022 - 11 August 2022


                      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 10* LF System ~ Afraid To Feel
                      2 6 7 Beyoncé ~ Break My Soul
                      3 3 18 Harry Styles ~ As It Was
                      4 2 2 Central Cee ~ Doja
                      5 4 15 George Ezra ~ Green Green Grass
                      6 5 12 Burna Boy ~ Last Last
                      7 7 17 David Guetta, Becky Hill and Ella Henderson ~ Crazy What Love Can Do
                      8 8 16 Lizzo ~ About Damn Time
                      9 9 27 Kate Bush ~ Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God) ***
                      10 12 10 OneRepublic ~ I Ain't Worried
                      11 11 14 Nathan Dawe and Ella Henderson ~ 21 Reasons
                      12 10 12 Tion Wayne ft La Roux ~ IFTK
                      13 13 11 Harry Styles ~ Late Night Talking
                      14 NE 1 Beyoncé ~ Cuff It
                      15 14 11 Sigala and Talia Mar ~ Stay The Night
                      16 NE 1 Beyoncé ~ Alien Superstar
                      17 18 4 Steve Lacy ~ Bad Habit
                      18 15 7 Drake ~ Massive
                      19 17 55 Sam Fender ~ Seventeen Going Under
                      20 20 14 Bru-C ~ No Excuses
                      21 16 26 Jax Jones ft MNEK ~ Where Did You Go?
                      22 19 8 Joji ~ Glimpse Of Us
                      23 21 14 Future ft Drake and Tems ~ Wait For U
                      24 22 3 Calvin Harris ft Justin Timberlake, Halsey and Pharrell ~ Stay With Me
                      25 36 8 James Hype ft Miggy Dela Rosa ~ Ferrari
                      26 26 4 Rosa Linn ~ Snap
                      27 25 9 Doja Cat ~ Vegas
                      28 37 6 Luude and Mattafix ~ Big City Life
                      29 24 11 Harry Styles ~ Music For A Sushi Restaurant
                      30 29 9 Post Malone ft Doja Cat ~ I Like You (A Happier Song)
                      31 27 7 Drake ft 21 Savage ~ Jimmy Cooks
                      32 28 29 Cat Burns ~ Go ***
                      33 30 5 Tiësto and Charli XCX ~ Hot In It
                      34 32 4 Burna Boy ft Ed Sheeran ~ For My Hand
                      35 31 5 Metallica ~ Master Of Puppets
                      36 34 10 Calvin Harris, Dua Lipa and Young Thug ~ Potion
                      37 35 18 Latto and Mariah Carey ft DJ Khaled ~ Big Energy
                      38 NE 1 Jae5 ft Dave and Bnxn ~ Propeller
                      39 43 46 Becky Hill and David Guetta ~ Remember
                      40 40 22 Diplo and Miguel ~ Don't Forget My Love

                      41 42 20 Tom Grennan ~ Remind Me
                      42 45 13 Lady Gaga ~ Hold My Hand
                      43 38 8 D-Block Europe and Ghost Killer Track ~ Elegant & Gang
                      44 41 54 Ed Sheeran ~ Bad Habits ***
                      45 93 2 Eliza Rose and Interplanetary Criminal ~ B.O.T.A. (Baddest Of Them All)
                      46 63 2 Chris Brown ~ Under The Influence
                      47 39 90 Glass Animals ~ Heat Waves ***
                      48 NE 1 Fred Again... and Swedish House Mafia ~ Turn On The Lights Again
                      49 48 11 Nicky Youre and Dazy ~ Sunroof
                      50 44 12 Cian Ducrot ~ All For You
                      51 46 14 Benson Boone ~ In The Stars
                      52 52 9 Tom Santa ~ Rainfall (Praise You)
                      53 23 2 Billie Eilish ~ TV
                      54 NE 1 Lauren Spencer-Smith ~ Narcissist
                      55 50 47 Ed Sheeran ~ Shivers ***
                      56 51 34 Fireboy DML and Ed Sheeran ~ Peru ***
                      57 59 13 Dermot Kennedy ~ Something To Someone
                      58 62 7 Alesso and Zara Larsson ~ Words
                      59 54 43 Lost Frequencies ft Calum Scott ~ Where Are You Now? ***
                      60 53 3 ArrDee ft Kyla ~ Hello Mate
                      61 33 2 Billie Eilish ~ The 30th
                      62 56 31 Belters Only and Jazzy ~ Make Me Feel Good ***
                      63 58 51 Elton John and Dua Lipa ~ Cold Heart ***
                      64 57 15 Ed Sheeran (ft Lil Baby) ~ 2step ***
                      65 55 11 Chase and Status ~ Mixed Emotions
                      66 60 28 Ruth B. ~ Dandelions
                      67 61 326 The Killers ~ Mr Brightside ***
                      68 47 2 Russ ft Ed Sheeran ~ Are You Entertained?
                      69 68 6 Sam Fender ~ Getting Started
                      70 64 22 Camila Cabello ft Ed Sheeran ~ Bam Bam ***
                      71 49 2 D-Block Europe ~ Fantasy
                      72 65 17 Jack Harlow ~ First Class ***
                      73 67 21 Aitch and Ashanti ~ Baby ***
                      74 69 6 Drake ~ Sticky
                      75 74 6 Wet Leg ~ Wet Dream

                      76 66 15 Benzz (ft Tion Wayne and French Montana) ~ Je M'appelle ***
                      77 75 3 Oxlade ~ Ku Lo Sa - A Colors Show
                      78 NE 1 Taylor Swift ~ August ****
                      2020 album track being used on social media
                      79 72 22 Dave ~ Starlight ***
                      80 70 10 Declan McKenna ~ Brazil
                      81 76 62 Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa ~ One Kiss ***
                      82 88 5 Fred Again.. ~ Jungle
                      83 71 13 Sam Ryder ~ Space Man ***
                      84 82 2 Meduza and James Carter ft Elley Duhé and Fast Boy ~ Bad Memories
                      85 97 2 Giveon ~ Lost Me
                      86 78 26 Tate McRae ~ She's All I Wanna Be ***
                      87 77 131 George Ezra ~ Shotgun ***
                      88 84 78 The Weeknd ~ Save Your Tears ***
                      89 NE 1 Bad Boy Chiller Crew ~ When It Rains, It Pours
                      90 73 3 Lizzo ~ 2 Be Loved (Am I Ready?)
                      91 91 24 Mimi Webb ~ House On Fire ***
                      92 92 132 The Weeknd ~ Blinding Lights ***
                      93 87 56 The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber ~ Stay ***
                      94 98 57 Tom Odell ~ Another Love ***
                      95 NE 1 Nav and Travis Scott ft Lil Baby ~ Never Sleep
                      96 86 5**(22) Tears For Fears ~ Everybody Wants To Rule The World ***
                      97 80 4 Yung Gravy ~ Betty (Get Money)
                      98 85 6 Charlie Puth ft Jung Kook ~ Left and Right
                      99 81 7 Paolo Nutini ~ Through The Echoes
                      100 NE 1 Kordhell ~ Murder In My Mind



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                      Official Albums Chart Top 100
                      05 August 2022 - 11 August 2022


                      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* Beyoncé ~ Renaissance
                      2 2 11 Harry Styles ~ Harry's House
                      3 3 40 Ed Sheeran ~ =
                      4 5 78 The Weeknd ~ The Highlights
                      5 6 63 Olivia Rodrigo ~ Sour
                      6 NE 1 Maggie Rogers ~ Surrender
                      7 8 1009 Queen ~ Greatest Hits
                      8 7 8 George Ezra ~ Gold Rush Kid
                      9 10 1057 ABBA ~ Gold: Greatest Hits
                      10 12 525 Eminem ~ Curtain Call: The Hits
                      11 11 194 Fleetwood Mac ~ 50 Years: Don't Stop
                      12 13 148 Elvis Presley ~ Elv1s: 30 Number 1 Hits
                      13 RE 5 The Cribs ~ Men's Needs, Women's Needs, Whatever ****
                      their first three albums are now in Definitive Editions
                      14 14 283 Ed Sheeran ~ ÷ (Divide)
                      15 15 38 Little Mix ~ Between Us
                      16 19 43 Sam Fender ~ Seventeen Going Under
                      17 18 247 Elton John ~ Diamonds
                      18 17 465 Oasis ~ Time Flies... 1994-2009
                      19 NE 1 Orbital ~ 30 Something ****
                      set of remakes, remixes and new tracks to celebrate 30 plus years of Orbital
                      20 RE 2 The Cribs ~ The New Fellas ****see #13 - new peak for this release
                      21 9 5 Paolo Nutini ~ Last Night In The Bittersweet
                      22 16 4 Burna Boy ~ Love, Damini
                      23 NE 1 The Cribs ~ The Cribs
                      24 24 1041 Bob Marley and The Wailers ~ Legend
                      25 20 138 Harry Styles ~ Fine Line
                      26 21 32 Becky Hill ~ Only Honest On The Weekend
                      27 27 464 Arctic Monkeys ~ AM
                      28 65 136 Kate Bush ~ The Whole Story ****
                      BBC 2 had a dedicated Kate night
                      29 25 168 Lewis Capaldi ~ Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent
                      30 23 7 Drake ~ Honestly, Nevermind
                      31 30 559 Michael Jackson ~ Number Ones
                      32 36 106 Taylor Swift ~ Folklore
                      33 29 20 ArrDee ~ Pier Pressure
                      34 33 552 Oasis ~ (What's The Story) Morning Glory?
                      35 31 952 Fleetwood Mac ~ Rumours
                      36 1 2 Jamie T ~ The Theory Of Whatever
                      37 28 53 Billie Eilish ~ Happier Than Ever
                      38 35 378 The Beatles ~ 1
                      39 38 262 Taylor Swift ~ 1989
                      40 57 403 Arctic Monkeys ~ Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not

                      41 40 123 Dua Lipa ~ Future Nostalgia
                      42 39 58 Doja Cat ~ Planet Her
                      43 41 8 XXXTentacion ~ Look At Me: The Album
                      44 43 298 David Bowie ~ Legacy
                      45 42 137 Taylor Swift ~ Lover
                      46 46 48 Drake ~ Certified Lover Boy
                      47 49 253 Maroon 5 ~ Singles
                      48 48 270 Dua Lipa ~ Dua Lipa
                      49 44 180 George Ezra ~ Staying At Tamara's
                      50 53 59 Whitney Houston ~ I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston
                      51 47 144 Becky Hill ~ Get To Know
                      52 45 54 Dave ~ We're All Alone In This Together
                      53 82 206 Lady Gaga ~ The Fame / The Fame Monster ****
                      she is touring the UK
                      54 56 60 50 Cent ~ Best Of 50 Cent
                      55 59 315 Red Hot Chili Peppers ~ Greatest Hits
                      56 51 175 Billie Eilish ~ When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
                      57 54 12 Kendrick Lamar ~ Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers
                      58 52 92 Sam Fender ~ Hypersonic Missiles
                      59 63 276 George Michael ~ Twenty Five
                      60 62 109 Pop Smoke ~ Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon
                      61 58 253 Bruno Mars ~ Doo-Wops & Hooligans
                      62 64 272 The Killers ~ Direct Hits
                      63 34 3 Mabel ~ About Last Night...
                      64 61 9 Post Malone ~ Twelve Carat Toothache
                      65 67 468 Foo Fighters ~ Greatest Hits
                      66 68 116 Harry Styles ~ Harry Styles
                      67 50 37 Adele ~ 30
                      68 66 399 Sam Smith ~ In The Lonely Hour
                      69 74 160 Billy Joel ~ Piano Man: The Very Best Of Billy Joel
                      70 69 17 Wet Leg ~ Wet Leg
                      71 71 77 The Weeknd ~ Starboy
                      72 79 448 Oasis ~ Definitely Maybe
                      73 75 402 Nirvana ~ Nevermind
                      74 76 174 Green Day ~ Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band
                      75 70 37 D-Block Europe ~ Home Alone 2 [mixtape]

                      76 37 3 Lizzo ~ Special
                      77 72 421 Ed Sheeran ~ ×
                      78 78 157 Lana Del Rey ~ Born To Die
                      79 89 80 Eminem ~ The Eminem Show
                      80 60 6 Chris Brown ~ Breezy
                      81 77 378 Guns N' Roses ~ Greatest Hits
                      82 RE 31 The Chemical Brothers ~ Dig Your Own Hole ****
                      new 25th anniversary deluxe edition
                      83 RE 24 Lady Gaga ~ Chromatica
                      84 90 111 50 Cent ~ Get Rich Or Die Tryin'
                      85 83 251 Adele ~ 25
                      86 85 30 The Weeknd ~ Dawn FM
                      87 86 72 Taylor Swift ~ Reputation
                      88 80 189 Billie Eilish ~ Don't Smile At Me
                      89 88 240 Katy Perry ~ Teenage Dream
                      90 92 67 Phil Collins ~ The Singles
                      91 RE 96 Juice Wrld ~ Legends Never Die
                      92 93 248 Stevie Wonder ~ The Definitive Collection
                      93 94 107 Metallica ~ Metallica (The Black Album)
                      94 RE 210 Pink ~ Greatest Hits... So Far!!!
                      95 73 4 Brent Faiyaz ~ Wasteland
                      96 RE 76 Britney Spears ~ The Singles Collection
                      97 96 328 Adele ~ 21
                      98 95 33 Taylor Swift ~ Red (Taylor's Version)
                      99 97 159 Ed Sheeran ~ No.6 Collaborations Project
                      100 RE 197 Bon Jovi ~ Greatest Hits



                      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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                      • #12
                        I think i'm OK on the ACR thing. I don't think any new ACRs are actually on the chart.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Blondini View Post
                          I think i'm OK on the ACR thing. I don't think any new ACRs are actually on the chart.
                          Yeah, no new ones on this week's but therre will be several on next weeks.....

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                          • #14
                            So Now 112 was the 2nd biggest album of the week, while Now 12 was the 6th.

                            There will be a bit of a clearout next week, with "As It Was", "About Damn Time", "IFTK", "Music for a Sushi Restaurant", "Master of Puppets" definitely falling to ACR while "Wait For U" and "Potion" are probably on ACR. "Afraid To Feel", "Green Green Grass", "Last Last", "Crazy", "Where Did You Go?" "Glimpse of Us", "Big Energy" "Elegant & Game"and "In the Stars" are definitely on DCL-2, while "21 Reasons", Late Night Talking", "Stay The Night", "Seventeen Going Under" are either on DCL-2 or reset to SCR.

                            Probable Top 20 without ACR:
                            01 LF SYSTEM - Afraid to Feel
                            02 Beyoncé - BREAK MY SOUL
                            03 Kate Bush - Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)
                            04 Harry Styles - As It Was
                            05 Central Cee - Doja
                            06 George Ezra - Green Green Grass
                            07 Burna Boy - Last Last
                            08 David Guetta, Becky Hill & Ella Henderson - Crazy What Love Can Do
                            09 Cat Burns - Go
                            10 Lizzo - About Damn Time
                            11 OneRepublic - I Ain't Worried
                            12Nathan Dawe and Ella Henderson - 21 Reasons
                            13 Tion Wayne & La Roux - IFTK
                            14Harry Styles ~ Late Night Talking
                            15 Beyoncé - CUFF IT
                            16 Ed Sheeran - Bad Habits
                            17 Sigala and Talia Mar - Stay The Night
                            18 Glass Animals - Heat Waves
                            19 Beyoncé - ALIEN SUPERSTAR
                            20 Steve Lacy - Bad Habit

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