Bossing it.


Bruce Springsteen returns to the top of the Album Chart this week with his seminal 'Greatest Hits' package.

After two nights playing at Croke Park, he dominates this week's Album Chart with 11 albums making an appearance in the Top 100 - not quite a match for the 12 albums that appeared in the Chart after playing three Irish dates back in 2008. U2 also saw 12 of their albums enter the chart after their 2005 Dublin concerts. Sandwiching Beyonce's 'Lemonade' which sits at No2 and Drake's 'Views at No3 The Boss' 'Greatest Hits' and 'The River' take No1 and No4 respectively. Fifth Harmony's second studio album entitled '7/27' takes the first of this week's new entries at No5 while Catfish & The Bottlemen grab No7 with 'The Ride' - their second studio album to date.

With no new entries into this week's Top40 Singles, we see almost no change - with the Top 4 remaining unmoved as Drake holds onto the No1 spot and Mike Posner drops from No5 last week to No6 this week thanks to Galantis' track 'No Money' which climbs into the Top 5 for the first time.

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