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    Whitesnake
    Flesh & Blood
    No.2 on Album Sales Chart with 4,894 copies

  • #2
    Rammstein Rammstein
    No.3 on Album Sales Chart with 12,130 copies

    Mutter Total 203,610 units since its 2001

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    • #3
      Interesting, any chance of sharing sales figures of all hard rock albums hitting the Album Sales Chart?

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      • #4
        Amon Amarth Berserker No.25 on Album Sales Chart with 2,849 copies

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        • #5
          Thunder Remain Seated (No.8, 5,834 Sales

          Veteran hard rock band Thunder score their third straight Top 10 album since their 2011 reformation, and fifth in all, with Please Remain Seated (No.8, 5,834 sales). The album was released to mark Thunder’s 30th anniversary as a band, and contains eclectic reinterpretations of their best material. All five members of the band are in their late 50s.

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          • #6
            Papa Roach; About The Light (No.36, 2,363 sales), the 10th chart album for US rock band

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            • #7
              At The Edge Of Light (No.28, 2,706 sales), the 14th Top 75 album by 68-year-old singer/songwriter Steve Hackett,

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              • #8
                Rival Sons Feral Roots No.12 (4,635 sales).

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                • #9
                  Within Temptation Hydra (No.6, 8,226 sales)
                  Within Temptation Resist (No.15, 4,656 sales)

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                  • #10
                    Also new to the chart are: Moonglow (No.38, 2,228 sales) the ninth studio album by German heavy metal band Avantasia, and the biggest of their two chart entries thus far

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                    • #11
                      Dream Theater’s Distance Over Time No.12 (4,886 sales)

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                      • #12
                        Bonnie Tyler Between The Earth And The Stars No.34 (2,639 sales)

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                        • #13
                          the soundtrack to a new bio-drama of Motley Crue, The Dirt (No.32, 2,746 sales),

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                          • #14
                            Periphery Periphery IV: Hail Stan (No.71, 1,524 sales), .

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                            • #15
                              Pink Floyd’s 1968 No.9 album A Saucerful Of Secrets (No.46, 1,957 sales).

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                              • #16
                                The Cranberries, In The End, No.10 (5,811 sales)

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                                • #17
                                  Bryan Adams Shine A Light, debuts at No.2 (16,684 sales),
                                  Bryan Adams Get Up 17,846 copies

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                                  • #18
                                    While She Sleeps So What No.21 (3,355 Sales
                                    While She Sleeps You Are We No.8 (7,316 sales)

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                                    • #19
                                      In Flames I, The Mask (No.66, 1,751 sales),

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                                      • #20
                                        Tom Petty; The Best Of Everything: The Definitive Career Spanning Hits Collection 1976-2016 (No.38, 2,482 sales)

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                                        • #21
                                          The Wildhearts’ Renaissance Man No.11 (5,270 sales).

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                                          • #22
                                            Amon Amarth; Berserker (No.25, 2,849 sales),

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                                            • #23
                                              Whitesnak Flesh & Blood No.7 on sales of 4,894 copies

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                                              • #24
                                                German industrial metal band Rammstein are into the Top 10 for the first time of their career with their eponymous seventh studio album opening at No.3 (12,130 sales). It arrives nearly a decade after their sixth studio album, Liebe Ist Fur Alle Da became their first Top 20 entry, debuting at No.16 (11,485 sales). Their third studio album, Mutter, is their biggest-seller here, however, with consumption of 203,610 units since its 2001 debut and peak at No.86. Rammstein are, natch, huge in their homeland, where the new album is their 10th No.1, including compilations and live releases

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                                                • #25
                                                  Rocketman Soundtrack

                                                  Soundtrack albums have been doing very well recently. The latest to make the Top 10 is Rocketman (No.5, 8,227 sales), the Motion Picture Cast Recording to the dramatised biopic/musical, starring Taron Egerton as Elton John. Egerton is thus entrusted with most of the tried and trusted songs, which include Your Song, Tiny Dancer Crocodile Rock and Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word, although the end credit song (I’m Gonna) Love Me Again, is a new song, performed as a duet between Egerton and John. Also included is I’m Still Standing, in what is the second version of the track released by Egerton – he performed it faster and shorter in the 2016 cartoon blockbuster Sing.

                                                  The success of Rocketman – which has been getting rave reviews – has provided a massive boost to Elton John’s most recent compilation, Diamonds, which jumps 15-6 (7,810 sales) - achieving its highest chart position since it debuted 80 weeks ago at No.5 - while his 1973 No.1 album Goodbye Yellow Brick Road is a re-entry at No.62 (1,609 sales). Rocketman probably provided spin-off benefit to Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody soundtrack, which revives 10-7 (6,152 sales) on its 32nd straight week in the Top 12 – a great run, although The Greatest Showman soundtrack, which climbs 7-3 (8,702 sales) is on its 74th straight week in the Top 10.

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