Getting Weird at No1 with Little Mix.


This week sees four newly released albums enter into the Top Ten to give the charts a shake up.

Little Mix achieve their first No1 in these charts with their third studio album 'Get Weird' - their 2013 release 'Salute' stalled at No7. Following in at No2 with just over half of Little Mix's Week1 sales is Ellie Goulding's latest release, 'Delerium'. Despite missing out on the topspot in her first week, 'Delerium' gives Ellie her highest debuting position in these charts to date. Elvis and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra's reimagining of his classic hits 'If I Can Dream' drops from No2 last week to No3 this week, whilst Ed Sheeran's 'X' drops back down from No1 to No4. Sam Smith sees 'In The Lonely Hour' climb ten places to No5 from No15 last week with the release of his 'Drowning Shadows' edition of the album. In at No6 is The Beatles' latest release, '1+' - an expanded version of their successful singles compilation from 2000, now including music videos. The final notable new entry into this week's charts is Bob Dylan's 'The Best of The Cutting Edge 1965-1966' - debuting at No8 with a expansive collection of alternate takes of his classic songs.

With no new entries into this week's Top 10, we see a similar singles chart to last week. Adele holds onto the No1 top spot with her latest single 'Hello', whilst still at No2 is Justin Bieber with his recent release 'Sorry'. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' 'Downtown' moves back up from last week's No4 to No3. Justin Bieber's single 'What Do You Mean?' moves down a position to No4 while Rudimental Feat. Ed Sheeran climb one position to reach No5 with 'Lay It All On Me' this week. Other new entries into this week's Singles Chart include X Factor runner-up Fleur East's debut single 'Sax' entering at No16, Aurora's 'Half The World Away' at No22, followed by Coldplay's new single at No36, 'Adventure of A Lifetime' from their forthcoming studio album and One Direction's latest release 'History' debuting at No38.

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