Sinead Takes Charge


Sinead O'Connor storms straight in at the top of this week's Album Chart with her tenth studio release 'I'm Not Bossy, I'm The Boss'.

This is her first time at the top of this chart since 1990 when 'I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got' was a world-wide hit. Ed Sheeran's 'X' drops a place to No2 while Kodaline hold steady at No3 with 'In A Perfect World'. The Gaslight Anthem are the next new entry in the chart with their fifth release 'Get Hurt' coming in a No13 - not quite a match for 2012's 'Handwritten' which debuted at No7. The Saturdays make their first appearance in this chart for a couple of years as they release their first greatest hits package - 'Finest Selection' and get a Top 40 entry at No32. FKA Twigs follows close behind with her debut album 'LP1' entering at No33.

There is also a change at the top of the Singles Chart this week as Milky Chance climb one place to the top with 'Stolen Dance' to replace Ella Henderson who drops a place to No2 with 'Ghost'. Magic! also move up a place to No 3 with 'Rude' closely followed by George Ezra's 'Budapest', while Sia continues her steady climb up this chart taking 'Chandelier' into the Top 5 at No5.

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