Chaleur Humaine at No1 for a fourth week.


With little change in this week's Charts, Christine and the Queens manage to hold onto their post-Glastonbury No1 spot with their 2014 album 'Chaleur Humaine' - making them the only band besides Adele to hold the top spot for more than three consecutive weeks so far this year.

Drake's 'Views' remains at No2 whilst Adele also holds No3. Ed Sheeran shows no signs of slipping down the chart as he remains at No4 with 'X', leaving No5 open to Walking on Cars who climb three places back up to No5 with 'Everything This Way'. New entries include Blossoms' eponymous debut album joining at No12, with other British rockers Wild Beasts who release their fifth studio album 'Boy King' to enter the charts at No23. Elvis Presley's last recording sessions 'Way Down In The Jungle Room' gets a reissue and enters this week at No29. American legends Dinosaur Jr. release their 11th studio album entitled 'Give A Glimpse of What Yer Not' which makes a debut at No49. In the Compilation Chart we see new entries at No2 'Suicide Squad - The Album' following the cinema release of the new DC movie and 'The Workout Mix with Team GB' entering at No15 following the start of the Rio Olympics.

This week's Singles Chart still gives Major Lazer feat. Justin Bieber & MO a second week at No1 with 'Cold Water', above a slight shake-up in the rest of the Top5. Jonas Blue feat. J.P. Cooper climb one place to No2 with 'Perfect Strangers', pushing Drake feat. Wizkid & Kyla down to No3 with 'One Dance'. Calum Scott slimilarly climbs one place to No4 with 'Dancing on My Own' - leaving No5 open to Calvin Harris feat. Rihanna with 'This Is What You Came For'. With only one new entry into this week's Top50, DJ Snake feat. Justin Bieber debut at No8 with 'Let Me Love You'.

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