In this historically significant week commencing 7th November 2016, ex Take That star Robbie Williams storms staight to the top of this week's Album Chart with 'The Heavy Entertainment Show', achieving his seventh No1 in these charts out of 11 solo album releases.

With news breaking this morning on the passing of Leonard Cohen, his latest and final album 'You Want It Darker' holds strong at No2, pushing James Arthur to No3 this week with his comeback album 'Back From The Edge'. Michael Buble climbs two places to No4 with 'Nobody But Me' and Kings of Leon drop one place to No5 with their seventh studio album 'Walls'. With fewer new releases this week than last, Bon Jovi enters at No7 with their 13th studio album entitled 'This House Is Not For Sale'. Alicia Keys' sixth studio album 'Here' makes its debut at No27. Other new releases to make into this week's Top40 charts include 'Chainsmokers' 'Collage EP' at No41 and alternative country veterans Lambchop with their 12th studio album 'FLOTUS' at No44.

With the singles chart showing no change at the top, James Arthur holds No1 for a fourth week with 'Say You Won't Let Go', Little Mix remain at No2 with 'Shout Out To My Ex' and Chainsmokers feat. Halsey stay at No3 with 'Closer'. With no new entries into the Top50, Kiera Dingham, daughter of Aslan's Christy enters at No57 with her Don Black-endorsed cover version of Michael Jackson's 'Ben' following an official launch in aid of a selection of cancer research foundations.

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