It looked like after two weeks at No.1 on the UK Albums Chart, Swift was going to be forced to cede control of the throne to a brand new version … but now that the final rankings have been revealed, it turns out that no one else is. ‘was able to beat the pop / country / folk singer-songwriter.
Swift tops the list for a third consecutive round with Folklore, his surprise release that conquered the world not long ago. The title ends up winning by at least 6000 equivalent units, which is a significant margin across the pond.
Swift’s closest competitor was Glass Animals Dreamland, which opens in the second rung. The ensemble, the third of the English psych-pop lineup, marks their first appearance in the top 10 of the charts, and their starting position # 2 easily surpasses the climax # 23 of their second album. How to be a human being.
Steady at No. 3 is the posthumous release of Pop Smoke Aim for the stars, aim for the moon, which has been living in the top three since its release six weeks ago.
New at # 4 is Phew! By the English rockers Deep Purple. The band, which have been around since the late ’60s (with a few breaks), have now reached the top 10 with 11 different releases throughout their time together. According to Official card company, Phew! is the band’s highest release in 40 years, showing that anything can happen in the music business.
Juice WRLD posthumous topper Legends never die dives slightly at n ° 5, immediately followed by Lewis Capaldi Divinely uninspired to hellish extent, which dates back to n ° 6.
While fans are excited to hear its next release Club Future Nostalgia: The Remix Album, a collection of remixes and remakes of the songs featured on its current entirety Nostalgia for the future, Dua Lipa comes forward again with this last title. This week, Nostalgia for the future is up to n ° 7 from n ° 10.
Harry Styles’ Fine Line drops to No.8, fueled in part by the current single ‘Watermelon Sugar’, which is sounding strong all over the world.
The final two titles of this week’s Top 10 return to the region, and they are signed by some of the most legendary figures in the history of music. Mac Fleetwood 50 years old – Don’t stop grows from # 11 to # 9, while Bob Marley & the Wailers’ Legend goes from n ° 12 to n ° 10.
Fleetwood Mac has almost won two top 10 titles this week, while Rumors, their most critically acclaimed release (dating back to the ’70s), bounced back to No.11, narrowly missing to appear once again in the top tier.