Ten weeks at the top!


Adele's '25' spends its tenth (non-consecutive) week at No1, giving new entries a tough target to beat.

Little Green Cars' second studio album 'Ephemera' joins the charts this week, entering at No2. This pushes Walking on Cars' 'Everything This Way' and Justin Bieber's 'Purpose' down to Nos 3 and 4 respectively. Following in at No5 is The 1975's latest release with its record breakingly long title 'I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It' - moving up from No10 last week. Another big climber is Hozier's eponymous album, climbing from No26 to No6 following his appearance on The Late Late Show. New entries into the Top50 include Jeff Buckley's posthumous cover album 'You & I' at No22, Brian Fallon's 'Painkillers' at No35 and Killswitch Engage's seventh studio album 'Incarnate' entering at No50. Other notable newcomers include Alessia Cara's debut studio album 'Know-It-All' at No52 and Norwegian singer-songwriter Aurora with 'All My Demons Greeting Me As A Friend' at No66.

Singles this week have had a slight shake-up but nothing major as Lukas Graham stays at No1 with '7 Years'. Followed by Miike Posner's 'I Took A Pill In Ibiza' at No2, Sia feat. Sean Paul with 'Cheap Thrills' stands at No3, Zara Larsson's 'Lush Life' at No4 and Jonas Blue feat. Dakota at No5 with their cover of Tracy Chapman's 'Fast Car'. New entries into the Singles Chart this week include Ariana Grande's 'Dangerous Woman' at No28, Zayn's latest release 'Like I Would' at No37 and Meghan Trainor with her first single off her forthcoming album 'No' at No59.

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