Beyonce holds on to No1.


With no new entries making the Top5 this week, Beyonce holds a firm grasp of her No1 spot in the Album Chart with 'Lemonade'.

With Drake's 'Views' climbing one position to No2 this week, Walking On Cars see their debut album climb back to No3, only to be followed by Adele's '25' at No4. Justin Bieber completes this week's Top5 Albums with 'Purpose', moving up to No5 from No7 last week. We see two new entries in the Top10 - Tom Odell with his second studio album 'Wrong Crowd' at No6 and Paul McCartney with his fourth compilation album 'Pure McCartney' at No7. Other new albums into the Top40 this week include Icelandic rockers Kaleo release their second studio album which enters at No17, US rockers Band of Horses at No23 with 'Why Are You OK', Nick Jonas' third studio album ' Last Year Was Complicated' joining at No26 and finally Garbage release their sixth studio album entitled 'Strange Little Birds' which joins the Album Chart at No45. Other notable new entries this week include US hit musical 'Hamilton' which, having won 11 Tony Awards to add to its Pulitzer Prize, makes its way into the Irish Album Charts this week at No52.

Over in the Singles Charts, we see another week with no change at the top. The only notable new singles this week are thanks to The Stone Roses who enter at No61 with their second comeback single 'Beautiful Thing' - comfortably above Tom Odell's 'Magnetised' at No62 - the first release from his new album.

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