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    by » Fri September 27th, 2019, 17:49

    Official Singles Chart Top 100
    27 September 2019 - 03 October 2019


    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 9* Ed Sheeran ft Stormzy / Jaykae and Aitch ~ Take Me Back To London
    2 3 8 Aitch ~ Taste (Make It Shake)
    3 4 13 Kygo and Whitney Houston ~ Higher Love
    4 5 30 AJ Tracey ~ Ladbroke Grove
    5 11 6 Regard ~ Ride It
    6 6 12 Joel Corry ~ Sorry
    7 14 8 Tones & I ~ Dance Monkey
    8 7 21 Dominic Fike ~ 3 Nights
    9 8 4 Post Malone ~ Circles
    10 10 16 Young T & Bugsey ft Aitch ~ Strike A Pose
    11 9 15 Lil Tecca ~ Ransom
    12 2 2 Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey ~ Don't Call Me Angel
    13 12 10 Sam Smith ~ How Do You Sleep?
    14 13 6 Headie One ~ Both
    15 17 12 Sam Feldt ft Rani ~ Post Malone
    16 18 6 Jorja Smith ft Burna Boy ~ Be Honest
    17 20 15 Dermot Kennedy ~ Outnumbered
    18 15 12 Post Malone ft Young Thug ~ Goodbyes
    19 24 2 Dave ~ Professor X
    20 19 14 Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello ~ Señorita ***
    21 23 14 Lil Nas X ~ Panini
    22 37 2 Stormzy ~ Wiley Flow
    23 58 9 Lizzo ~ Good As Hell
    24 28 39 Lewis Capaldi ~ Someone You Loved ***
    25 27 13 Ed Sheeran ft Khalid ~ Beautiful People ***
    26 26 11 Jax Jones and Bebe Rexha ~ Harder
    27 RE 47 Post Malone and Swae Lee ~ Sunflower
    28 16 2 D-Block Europe ft Lil Baby ~ Nookie
    29 25 8 Ariana Grande and Social House ~ Boyfriend
    30 32 6 Normani ~ Motivation
    31 30 22 Lizzo ~ Truth Hurts
    32 40 13 Y2K and BBno$ ~ Lalala
    33 34 8 Lauv and Anne-Marie ~ F**k, I'm Lonely
    34 33 19 Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber ~ I Don't Care ***
    35 35 3 Aitch ft ZieZie ~ Buss Down
    36 38 27 Lil Nas X ft Billy Ray Cyrus ~ Old Town Road ***
    37 NE 1 Tiësto and Mabel ~ God Is A Dancer
    38 39 3 Camila Cabello ~ Liar
    39 49 29 Dave ft Burna Boy ~ Location ***
    40 31 3 Stormzy ~ Sounds Of The Skeng

    41 44 12 Mist ft Fredo ~ So High ***
    42 42 6 Taylor Swift ~ Lover
    43 46 21 Lewis Capaldi ~ Hold Me While You Wait ***
    44 NE 1 Jay1 ~ 4AM In Coventry
    45 43 6 Sam Fender ~ Will We Talk?
    46 41 26 Billie Eilish ~ Bad Guy ***
    47 47 6 Miley Cyrus ~ Slide Away
    48 NE 1 The Script ~ The Last Time
    49 51 2 Drake ~ Behind Barz
    50 RE 2 Liam Gallagher ~ One Of Us
    51 50 18 Sigala and Becky Hill ~ Wish You Well ***
    52 48 9 Sam Fender ~ Hypersonic Missiles
    53 54 9 Mahalia ft Burna Boy ~ Simmer
    54 57 22 Stormzy ~ Vossi Bop ***
    55 55 21 Becky Hill and Weiss ~ I Could Get Used To This
    56 60 8 Solardo and Eli Brown ~ XTC
    57 52 02 Halsey ~ Graveyard
    58 99 02 Riton and Oliver Heldens ft Vula ~ Turn Me On
    59 21 16 Mabel ~ Mad Love ***
    60 29 15 Freya Ridings ~ Castles ***
    61 NE 1 Liam Gallagher ~ Now That I've Found You
    62 61 16 Chris Brown ft Drake ~ No Guidance ***
    63 RE 2 Liam Gallagher ~ Once
    64 53 2 Fredo ~ Freddy
    65 65 28 Meduza ft Goodboys ~ Piece Of Your Heart ***
    66 NE 1 Maroon 5 ~ Memories
    67 72 4 Lil Tecca ~ Love Me
    68 66 79 George Ezra ~ Shotgun ***
    69 36 17 Tiësto, Jonas Blue and Rita Ora ~ Ritual ***
    70 76 3 Yves V ft Afrojack and Icona Pop ~ We Got That Cool
    71 96 6 Khalid ft A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie ~ Right Back
    72 59 3 Sam Fender ~ The Borders
    73 68 4 Raye ~ Love Me Again
    74 69 52 Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper ~ Shallow ***
    75 71 27 Russ (Splash) and Tion Wayne ~ Keisha & Becky ***

    76 67 7 Megan Thee Stallion ft Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign ~ Hot Girl Summer
    77 63 2 AJ Tracey ~ Elastic
    78 RE 4 Taylor Swift ~ The Man
    79 64 5 Lana Del Rey ~ Doin' Time
    80 70 5 5 Seconds of Summer ~ Teeth
    81 74 37 Calvin Harris and Rag'n'Bone Man ~ Giant ***
    82 83 17 Lewis Capaldi ~ Bruises ***
    83 45 14 Taylor Swift ~ You Need To Calm Down ***
    84 NE 1 Liam Payne ft A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie ~ Stack It Up
    85 78 37 Tom Walker ~ Just You and I ***
    86 86 13 Koffee ~ Toast
    87 85 49 Ava Max ~ Sweet But Psycho
    88 80 36 Mabel ~ Don't Call Me Up ***
    89 82 9 The Chainsmokers and Illenium ft Lennon Stella ~ Takeaway
    90 88 15 Drake ft Rick Ross ~ Money In the Grave ***
    91 73 3 Camila Cabello ~ Shameless
    92 RE 46**(60) Queen ~ Bohemian Rhapsody ***
    93 97 5 Lil Tjay ~ FN
    94 RE 12 Dave and AJ Tracey ~ Thiago Silva ***
    95 NE 1 Blackbear ~ Hot Girl Bummer
    96 89 12 D-Block Europe ~ Home P*ssy ***
    97 93 6 Swae Lee ft Drake ~ Won't Be Late
    98 NE 1 Summer Walker ~ Playing Games
    99 81 3 Professor Green ft Alice Chater ~ Got It All
    100 RE 220 The Killers ~ Mr. Brightside ***



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    Official Albums Chart Top 100
    27 September 2019 - 03 October 2019


    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* Liam Gallagher ~ Why Me? Why Not.
    2 NE 1 Keane ~ Cause and Effect

    3 2 3 Post Malone ~ Hollywood's Bleeding
    4 3 11 Ed Sheeran ~ No. 6 Collaborations Project
    5 1 2 Sam Fender ~ Hypersonic Missiles
    6 NE 1 Blink-182 ~ Nine
    7 4 19 Lewis Capaldi ~ Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent
    8 5 5 Taylor Swift ~ Lover
    9 17 49 Queen ~ Bohemian Rhapsody (OST) ****The film had TV premiere on Sky Cinema
    10 11 26 Billie Eilish ~ When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
    11 13 92 Motion Picture Cast - The Greatest Showman ~ The Greatest Showman
    12 37 29 Dave ~ Psychodrama ****Mercury Prize winner
    13 23 45 Fleetwood Mac ~ 50 Years: Don't Stop ****Christine McVie TV doc plus other Mac repeat on BBC4
    14 10 4 Lana Del Rey ~ Norman F**king Rockwell!
    15 27 8 Mabel ~ High Expectations
    16 19 134 Ed Sheeran ~ ÷ (Divide)
    17 38 803 Fleetwood Mac ~ Rumours ****see above
    18 12 3 Aitch ~ Aitch2O
    19 16 3 Melanie Martinez ~ K-12 (OST)
    20 18 38 Jax Jones ~ Snacks
    21 20 79 George Ezra ~ Staying At Tamara's
    22 22 98 Elton John ~ Diamonds
    23 28 121 Dua Lipa ~ Dua Lipa
    24 25 4 Lil Tecca ~ We Love You Tecca
    25 62 262 Queen ~ The Platinum Collection (Greatest Hits I, II & III) ****see above
    26 24 33 Ariana Grande ~ Thank U, Next
    27 32 376 Eminem ~ Curtain Call: The Hits
    28 30 74 Post Malone ~ Beerbongs & Bentleys
    29 33 64 Billie Eilish ~ Don't Smile At Me
    30 36 316 Oasis ~ Time Flies... 1994-2009
    31 34 50 Jess Glynne ~ Always In Between
    32 6 2 Emeli Sandé ~ Real Life
    33 29 3 Belinda Carlisle ~ Gold
    34 31 5 Headie One ~ Music x Road (mixtape)
    35 35 51 Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper / Motion Picture Cast ~ A Star Is Born
    36 NE 1 Brittany Howard ~ Jaime
    37 43 896 Bob Marley and The Wailers ~ Legend
    38 40 229 The Beatles ~ 1
    39 39 908 ABBA ~ Gold: Greatest Hits
    40 41 275 Ed Sheeran ~ ×

    41 55 15 Lizzo ~ Cuz I Love You
    42 42 65 Drake ~ Scorpion
    43 47 25 Khalid ~ Free Spirit
    44 56 14 Mark Ronson ~ Late Night Feelings
    45 54 403 Oasis ~ (What's the Story) Morning Glory?
    46 48 292 Whitney Houston ~ The Ultimate Collection
    47 45 145 The Killers ~ Direct Hits
    48 26 3 Status Quo ~ Backbone
    49 44 51 Travis Scott ~ Astroworld
    50 7 2 Pixies ~ Beneath The Eyrie
    51 57 23 Jack Savoretti ~ Singing To Strangers
    52 50 40 Gerry Cinnamon ~ Erratic Cinematic
    53 46 326 Oasis ~ Definitely Maybe
    54 60 30 Tom Walker ~ What A Time To Be Alive
    55 65 315 Arctic Monkeys ~ AM
    56 59 149 David Bowie ~ Legacy
    57 NE 1 Reverend and The Makers ~ Best Of
    58 86 29 Little Mix ~ LM5
    59 NE 1 Tove Lo ~ Sunshine Kitty
    60 51 4 Kano ~ Hoodies All Summer
    61 70 50 Green Day ~ Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band
    62 61 259 Sam Smith ~ In The Lonely Hour
    63 68 414 Michael Jackson ~ Number Ones
    64 53 10 Freya Ridings ~ Freya Ridings
    65 52 127 George Michael ~ Twenty Five
    66 72 22 Pink ~ Hurts 2B Human
    67 67 139 Post Malone ~ Stoney
    68 9 2 Korn ~ The Nothing
    69 64 331 Foo Fighters ~ Greatest Hits
    70 58 43 Clean Bandit ~ What Is Love?
    71 74 80 XXXTentacion ~ ?
    72 76 37 The 1975 ~ A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships
    73 69 9 Burna Boy ~ African Giant
    74 14 2 Charli XCX ~ Charli
    75 75 255 Arctic Monkeys ~ Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not

    76 79 33 AJ Tracey ~ AJ Tracey
    77 63 56 Ariana Grande ~ Sweetener
    78 NE 1 Zac Brown Band ~ The Owl
    79 77 190 Red Hot Chili Peppers ~ Greatest Hits
    80 82 208 Jess Glynne ~ I Cry When I Laugh
    81 84 9 NF ~ The Search
    82 RE 116 Maroon 5 ~ Singles
    83 88 41 Shawn Mendes ~ Shawn Mendes
    84 89 388 Ed Sheeran ~ +
    85 92 43 Mabel ~ Ivy To Roses (MA)
    86 85 13 Chris Brown ~ Indigo
    87 RE 868 Queen ~ Greatest Hits
    88 87 44 Rita Ora ~ Phoenix
    89 90 129 Stevie Wonder ~ The Definitive Collection
    90 78 63 Motion Picture Cast - Mamma Mia!, Here We Go Again ~ Mamma Mia!, Here We Go Again
    91 95 147 Little Mix ~ Glory Days
    92 96 74 Anne-Marie ~ Speak Your Mind
    93 71 13 Kylie ~ Step Back In Time: The Definitive Collection
    94 94 48 Sigala ~ Brighter Days
    95 RE 20 D-Block Europe ~ Home Alone
    96 66 7 Slipknot ~ We Are Not Your Kind
    97 99 86 Stormzy ~ Gang Signs & Prayer
    98 91 6 Young Thug ~ So Much Fun
    99 93 159 Adele ~ 25
    100 RE 101 J Hus ~ Common Sense


    107 8 The Lumineers ~ III

    here's the video streaming chart link

    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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    by » Fri September 27th, 2019, 20:28

    Quote Originally Posted by Blondini View Post
    Has Alan Jones died?
    He's still alive! I was watching Top Of The Pops 1988 on BBC Four and forgot to post the chart reports!

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    by » Fri September 27th, 2019, 20:30

    Charts analysis: Sheeran and Stormzy still on top

    by Alan Jones

    Ed Sheeran is No.1 for the fifth week in a row with Take Me Back To London (feat. Stormzy), although the track’s consumption falls for the fourth straight week, to 53,251 units (including 49,583 from sales-equivalent streams).

    Becoming the 34th track by Sheeran to achieve consumption in excess of half a million units at 522,858, it also gives him his 38th week at No.1, equaling the 2010s record set by his sometime collaborator Justin Bieber.

    Kosovan DJ Regard’s debut hit Ride It explodes 11-5 (38,645 sales), while Dance Monkey also hurtles into the Top 10, jumping 14-7 (34,714 sales) for Tones And I, who is No.1 for the eighth week in a row in her native Australia, just one week behind the longest ever run at No.1 for a track by a local act, Justice Crew’s Que Sera, which spent nine weeks in pole position in 2014.

    There are returns to peaks for Taste (Make It Shake) (3-2, 39,146 sales) by Aitch and Ladbroke Grove (5-4, 38,912 sales) by AJ Tracey.

    The rest of the Top 10: Higher Love (4-3, 39,059 sales) by Kygo & Whitney Houston, Sorry (6-6, 34,793 sales) by Joel Corry, 3 Nights (7-8, 34,264 sales) by Dominic Fike, Circles (8-9, 33,273 sales) by Post Malone and Strike A Pose (10-10, 31,832 sales) by Young T & Bugsey feat. Aitch.

    Departing the Top 10: Ran$om (9-11, 31,611 sales) by Lil Tecca and, after just one week in the top tier, Don’t Call Me Angel (2-12, 27,245 sales) by Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus & Lana Del Rey.

    Dutch DJ Tiesto gets a late wedding present (he married in Utah on September 21), scoring the week’s top debut with his Mabel collaboration God Is A Dancer (No.37, 13,170 sales). It is Tiesto’s 23rd hit (including three as half of Gouryella) and Mabel’s eighth. It has been newly tagged-on to Mabel’s album High Expectations, which jumps 27-15 (3,843 sales).

    Irish band The Script score their 14th Top 75 entry with The Last Time, the first single from their yet to be named sixth album. Debuting at No.48 on consumption of 10,392 sales, it fails to become their 11th Top 40 entry but tops the paid-for sales list, attracting 4,263 purchases.

    While Liam Gallagher’s second solo album, Why Me?, Why Not, debuts atop the album chart, two songs from the set re-enter the singles chart, while another makes its debut. The new hit – Gallagher’s 42nd, including Oasis and Beady Eye hits – is Now That I’ve Found You (No.61, 8,302 sales). One Of Us – No.56 in August – has a new peak at No.50 (9,748 sales), while Once (No.49 in August) is back at No.63 (7,783 sales).

    Also new to the Top 75: 4AM In Coventry (No.44, 11,072 sales), the third chart entry for said city’s rapper Jay1; Turn Me On (99-58, 8,688 sales), the second hit for UK DJ Riton, the fourth for Dutch DJ Oliver Heldens, and the first for US-born, UK vocalist Vula (Malinga); Memories (No.66, 7,285 sales), the 25th hit for Maroon 5; and Right Back (96-71, 6,742 sales), the 21st hit for Khalid, and the third for featured rapper A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie.

    In the teens for the fifth week while climbing to a new peak, Be Honest moves 18-16 (23,643 sales) for Jorja Smith feat. Burna Boy.

    First released in 2016, Good As Hell became better known as the bed to a JD Williams TV commercial, and nibbled at the chart earlier this year. Now fully re-released, it is attracting massive amounts of airplay, resulting in a 39-10 jump on the radio airplay chart and 95-34 on the TV airplay chart which, in turn, helps to fuel its 58-23 leap (18,583 sales) on the singles chart, surpassing its previous peak of No.55. Lizzo’s September 2017 single Truth Hurts, which didn’t breach the chart until May 2019, slips 30-31 (15,483 sales) on its 22nd consecutive week in the Top 75. Truth Hurts’ career consumption tally is 291,276 units, while Good As Hell’s is 222,352. Lizzo’s Cuz I Love You album – home to Truth Hurts but not Good As Hell – reaches its second highest chart position, rallying 55-41 (1,928 sales).

    There are also new peaks for: Outnumbered (20-17, 23,276 sales) by Dermot Kennedy, Professor X (24-19, 21,218 sales) by Dave, Panini (23-21, 20,552 sales) by Lil Nas X, Wiley Flow (37-22, 19,534 sales) by Stormzy, Lalala (40-32, 14,314 sales) by Y2K & Bbnos, Behind Bars (51-49, 10,219 sales) by Drake and Love Me (72-67, 7,271 sales) by Lil Tecca

    Overall singles sales are down 1.73% week-on-week at 18,728,788, 22.00% above same week 2018 sales of 15,351,889. Paid-for sales are down 0.91% week-on-week at 587,940 – their lowest level for 759 weeks - and are 29.97% below same week 2018 sales of 827,782. They are below same week, previous year sales for the 321st week in a row.

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    by » Fri September 27th, 2019, 20:31

    Charts analysis: Liam Gallagher scores second No.1 solo album

    by Alan Jones

    With three acts who topped the chart on debut last time out releasing new albums last week, it is no surprise that leadership of the chart changes hands for the seventh week in a row.

    Denying Keane their fifth straight No.1 and Blink-182 their second, Liam Gallagher takes pole position with his second solo album, Why Me? Why Not sailing to the summit on consumption of 68,327 units, including 6,216 from sales-equivalent streams.

    The Mancunian, who turned 47 the day after Why Me? Why Not was released, has now had 10 No.1 albums, the first eight being as frontman of Oasis between 1994 and 2010, the ninth being his debut solo album, As You Were, which achieved consumption of 102,660 units as it debuted atop the chart in October 2017. When Oasis split, his brother Noel went solo, but Liam reconvened with the rest of the band - Gem Archer, Andy Bell and Chris Sharrock - as Beady Eye, subsequently reaching No.3 with Different Gear Still Speeding on sales of 66,817 in 2011, and No.2 with BE on sales of 34,552 in 2013, before disbanding in 2014.

    Why Me? Why Not’s first week consumption includes a contribution of 17,075 from its vinyl editions – the second highest weekly total for any album in the 21st century, surpassing Gallagher’s own previous record of 16,164 copies set by As You Were but falling short of the remarkable 24,478 copies that Arctic Monkeys’ Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino sold the week it debuted in May 2018.

    With relations between Liam and Noel Gallagher still frosty in the extreme, Noel still holds an 11-10 advantage on No.1 albums but Liam can be cheered by the fact that his last album outsold Noel’s: As You Were, which returns to the Top 200 this week at No.128 (987 sales), has career consumption of 398,996 units. Noel’s Who Built The Moon?, released seven weeks later, has career consumption of 284,632 units.

    Keane’s first four studio albums – Hopes And Fears (2004), Under The Iron Sea (2006), Perfect Symmetry (2008) and Strangeland (2012) – all debuted atop the chart but the band’s return after a seven-year recording hiatus sees new studio album Cause And Effect opening at No.2 on consumption of 23,739 units. Hopes And Fears is by far the most successful of Keane’s studio albums, with consumption to date of 2,871,217 copies, more than 12 times that of their last album Strangeland, which sold 47,839 copies the week of release, and 213,165 to date.

    US rock trio Blink-182 reached No.1 for the first time in their career with last album, California, selling 23,529 copies to take the title in July 2016. Follow-up Nine – their eighth studio album – falls far short of that on debut, with sales of 11,278 units earning it a No.6 debut. It is their fifth Top 10 album.

    Queen have announced a 2020 ‘Rhapsody’ arena tour fronted by Adam Lambert. It boosts the Bohemian Rhapsody soundtrack (17-9, 5,217 sales) and The Platinum Collection (62-25, 2,557 sales).

    After debuting at No.1 last week, Sam Fender’s Hypersonic Missiles dips to No.5 (11,610 sales).

    The rest of the Top 10: Hollywood’s Bleeding (2-3, 16,482 sales) by Post Malone, No.6 Collaborations Project (3-4, 13,052 sales) by Ed Sheeran, Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent (4-7, 8,820 sales) by Lewis Capaldi, Lover (5-8, 7,084 sales) by Taylor Swift and When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (11-10, 4,727 sales) by Billie Eilish.

    Departing from the Top 10: Norman f***ing Rockwell (10-14, 4,153 sales) by Lana Del Rey, Real Life (6-32, 2,260 sales) by Emeli Sande, Beneath The Eyrie (7-50, 1,668 sales) by The Pixies, The Nothing (9-68, 1,481 sales) by Korn and III (8-107, 1,093 sales) by The Lumineers. The one week Top 10 tenure of Sande’s Real Life is in star contrast to first album Our Version Of Events, which departed from the Top 10 in 2013 after a record-setting 66 week run – four more than the previous high from-debut tenure, set by The Beatles’ Please Please Me 49 years earlier.

    Thirty-year-old singer/songwriter Brittany Howard fronts Alabama Shakes, who scored Top 10 albums with Boys & Girls (No.3, 2012) and Sound And Color (No.6, 2015). She now makes her solo debut with Jaime (No.36, 2,158 sales).

    Also new to the Top 75: Best Of (No.57, 1,591 sales), a career-spanning compilation by Yorkshire band Reverend And The Makers, whose six studio albums have all made the Top 20; and Sunshine Kitty (No.59, 1,576 sales), the fourth album and third chart entry for Swedish singer/songwriter Tove Lo.

    The 28th winner of the prestigious annual Mercury Prize, London rapper Dave’s Pyschodrama jumped 47-37 in the previous chart week, although it had precious little time to capitalise on its win. In the first full week since, it jumps to No.12 with consumption growing 98.51% week-on-week to 4,258 units. The album, which debuted at No.1 on sales of 26,390 copies in March, thus reaches a 24-week high and raises its career consumption to 135,756 units.

    BBC Four re-screened 2018 documentary Fleetwood Mac: A Musical History last week triggering revivals for the band’s 50 Years: Don’t Stop (23-13, 4,179 sales) and Rumours, which occupies its highest chart position for exactly five years, moving 38-17 (3,607 sales).

    Now That’s What I Call Music! 103 is No.1 compilation for the 10th week in a row (5,015 sales).

    Overall album sales are up 0.71% week-on-week at 1,716,779, 6.17% above same week 2018 sales of 1,617,024. Sales-equivalent streams accounted for 1,190,980 sales – 69.37% of the total. Sales of paid-for albums are up 7.59% week-on-week at 525,799, 20.39% below same week 2018 sales of 660,451.

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    by » Fri September 27th, 2019, 20:46

    Quote Originally Posted by Robbie View Post
    He's still alive! I was watching Top Of The Pops 1988 on BBC Four and forgot to post the chart reports!
    I didn't see it on BuzzJack or i would have posted it myself.

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    by » Fri September 27th, 2019, 20:55

    Queen have announced a 2020 ‘Rhapsody’ arena tour fronted by Adam Lambert. It boosts the Bohemian Rhapsody soundtrack (17-9, 5,217 sales) and The Platinum Collection (62-25, 2,557 sales).
    I've attributed the boosts to the TV premiere of the film on Sky Cinema (running all week).

    BBC Four re-screened 2018 documentary Fleetwood Mac: A Musical History last week triggering revivals for the band’s 50 Years: Don’t Stop (23-13, 4,179 sales) and Rumours, which occupies its highest chart position for exactly five years, moving 38-17 (3,607 sales).
    It was the brand new Christine McVie documentary that preceded it that has mainly contributed to the boosts. Honestly, do your research.

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    by » Fri September 27th, 2019, 21:26

    ^
    What channel was the Christine McVie documentary on? I meant to post this question the other day in the midweeks thread but forgot. I'd like to watch it. Thanks!

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    by » Fri September 27th, 2019, 22:03

    Quote Originally Posted by Robbie View Post
    ^
    What channel was the Christine McVie documentary on? I meant to post this question the other day in the midweeks thread but forgot. I'd like to watch it. Thanks!
    BBC4 - 90 mins - on iPlayer. Alan mentions the channel in his post!

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    by » Fri September 27th, 2019, 23:29

    Quote Originally Posted by Blondini View Post
    BBC4 - 90 mins - on iPlayer. Alan mentions the channel in his post!
    He does but as you said he made a mistake I assumed the documentary must have been on another channel.

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    by » Sat September 28th, 2019, 01:05

    Quote Originally Posted by Robbie View Post
    He does but as you said he made a mistake I assumed the documentary must have been on another channel.
    There were two Fleetwood Mac documentaries that Friday, one followed the other. The Christine (new) one first, which was followed by the repeat. Jones only mentioned the latter one. I suspect most people watched the first rather than both. Well I did!
    On the Queen front as well as the film on Sky, there are a couple of adverts on TV running featuring Queen tracks, one new for Amazon Music.
    Education for anyone aged 12 to 16 has made a mess of the world!

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    by » Sat September 28th, 2019, 08:41

    ^
    I'll have to watch the two Fleetwood Mac documentaries though if one is a repeat it's likely I've already seen it.

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    by » Sat September 28th, 2019, 09:46

    Well it’s not really Vulas first entry as she’s been on Basement Jaxx Oh My Gosh and Hush Boy and MJ Coles Wondering Why?

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    by » Sat September 28th, 2019, 14:19

    Quote Originally Posted by Robbie View Post
    He does but as you said he made a mistake I assumed the documentary must have been on another channel.
    I said the McVie doc preceded the one he mentioned. All he did was look at one doc in the listing and ignore the one before it. I've also included this information in my chart annotations in the first post.
    Where i also give the REAL reason for the Queen rebounds, as i mentioned.

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    by » Sun September 29th, 2019, 11:51

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    Charts analysis: Liam Gallagher scores second No.1 solo album

    by Alan Jones

    Denying Keane their fifth straight No.1 and Blink-182 their second, Liam Gallagher takes pole position with his second solo album, Why Me? Why Not sailing to the summit on consumption of 68,327 units, including 6,216 from sales-equivalent streams.

    Keane’s first four studio albums – Hopes And Fears (2004), Under The Iron Sea (2006), Perfect Symmetry (2008) and Strangeland (2012) – all debuted atop the chart but the band’s return after a seven-year recording hiatus sees new studio album Cause And Effect opening at No.2 on consumption of 23,739 units. Hopes And Fears is by far the most successful of Keane’s studio albums, with consumption to date of 2,871,217 copies, more than 12 times that of their last album Strangeland, which sold 47,839 copies the week of release, and 213,165 to date.

    © Music Week
    Strange that he completely forgets about 2010's "Night Train". Also a number one entering album for Keane.

    EDIT: nevermind, it's probably an EP; could have been mentioned, though.
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    by » Sun September 29th, 2019, 12:47

    ^
    Alan should still have mentioned it though given it reached number 1. As an 8 track release with a running time of over 31 minutes I would have classed it as an album though wikipedia does list it as an EP. I guess it isn't classed as a conventional studio album as it was recorded in various studios around the world during a world tour and over the course of a year.

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    by » Sun September 29th, 2019, 18:05

    Yes I thought 'Night Train' deserved a mention, irrespective of how one chooses to classify it. While many probably now regard the likes of Keane as being repetitious and 'safe' and lacking in any 'cool', frankly their return is a tonic, with its predictable but welcome accent on catchy melodies, straight production and a 'proper' four-piece band able to actually perform their well-constructed material live.

    As a minor subsidiary observation, am I right in thinking that No 48 is the lowest-yet combined official position for a sales-only No 1 in the form of The Script's 'The Last Time'? And to think it's actually probably considerably lower than that once all the starred-out stuff is reinserted into the chart.

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    by » Mon September 30th, 2019, 11:41

    Real Life (6-32, 2,260 sales) by Emeli Sande
    III (8-107, 1,093 sales) by The Lumineers

    These are terrible drops for both artists

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    by » Mon September 30th, 2019, 14:58

    Quote Originally Posted by Tansike View Post
    Real Life (6-32, 2,260 sales) by Emeli Sande
    III (8-107, 1,093 sales) by The Lumineers

    These are terrible drops for both artists
    Agreed.
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    by » Tue October 1st, 2019, 10:59

    As a minor subsidiary observation, am I right in thinking that No 48 is the lowest-yet combined official position for a sales-only No 1 in the form of The Script's 'The Last Time'? And to think it's actually probably considerably lower than that once all the starred-out stuff is reinserted into the chart.

    Actually, this looks like another Jones error. The OCC sales chart is saying Regard's 'Ride It' is No 1 with The Script at 2!

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    by » Thu October 3rd, 2019, 04:14

    REVELATION
    MICHAEL SCHENKER or KILL OR BE KIND SAMANTHA FISH Sales unkown they were 29 30 on the Sales Chart.

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