A Joyous Week For Keywest

09/Oct/2015

With only three new albums entering this week's Top 20 Album Chart, Keywest achieve their first No1 with their second studio album 'Joyland'.


They give last week's leaders a well deserved shake-up as Ed Sheeran's 'X' climbs back to No2 with Taylor Swift's '1989' making a climb back to No3 from No13 last week. Kodaline's 'Coming Up For Air' creeps up to the No4 spot, seeing The Weeknd's 'Beauty Behind The Madness' climb five places to No5. Rudimental's 'We The Generation' is this week's highest new entry at No8 - not quite a match for 2013's 'Home' which debuted at No6. Avicii's 'Stories' is the next new entry at No11 followed by The Editors' 'In Dream' at No 14. Other newcomers to this week's Chart include Janet Jackson's 'Unbreakable' at No27, Eagles of Death Metal's fourth studio album 'Zipper Down' entering at No28 and Trivium's 7th studio album 'Silence in the Snow' joins the charts at No33.

Given this week's lack of new entries into the Top 40 Singles Chart, there is no change for the Top 3 singles; Justin Bieber retaining the No1 spot with 'What Do You Mean?' Calvin Harris & Disciples staying at No2 with 'How Deep Is Your Love' and Sigala's 'Easy Love' still at No3 - making hard work for Macklemore & Ryan Lewis reaching No4 with their latest single 'Downtown' - its highest chart position since release. Following at No5 is The Weeknd with 'Can't Feel My Face', dropping from No4 last week. The only new entry into the Top 50 this week is The Vamps with their latest single 'Wake Up' which enters at No46.


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