Right Here, Right Now


Ryan Sheridan releases his second studio Album this week - 'Here And Now' - and heads straight to the top of the Album Chart.

This is his first time at the top of this Chart as 2011's 'The Day You Live Forever' didn't quite make it to the summit - debuting at No2. Ryan takes the lead on a clutch of ten new releases that enter the Top 50 this week as the market revives after the traditional summer lull. The second of these is awarded to Weeknd for his second studio release 'Beauty Behind The Madness' which enters at No2 - 2013's 'Kissland' only entered the Chart at No58. No3 is also occupied by a new entry as Halsey makes her first ever appearance in the Irish Charts with her debut release 'Badlands'. The Foals follow a couple of slots behind at No5 with 'What Went Down' - their fourth album to date and also their best showing in this chart. Notable new entries outside the Top Ten include Ireland's Jimmy Cake who's fourth studio album 'Master' gives them their highest position in this chart to date - entering at No12, Van Morrison, whose latest collection - 'The Essential' - enters at No18, and Baltimore's Beach House who enter at No27 with their latest offering 'Depression Cherry'.

This week's Singles Chart also sees a change at the top as Justin Bieber makes his seventeenth appearance as lead artist in this Chart and storms straight to No1 with 'What Do You Mean?'. Weeknd drops to No2 with 'Can't Feel My Face' while Calvin Harris & Disciples hold steady at No3 with 'How Deep Is Your Love'. 5 Seconds Of Summer make the highest climb up this week's Chart with the physical release of 'She's Kinda Hot' helping to propel them from last week's No58 to No6. There is just one new entry in the Top 40 this week - for Macklemore & Ryan Lewis who enter at No35 with 'Downtown' - their fifth appearance in this Chart.

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