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Previously flagging, Clean Bandit's Rockabye (feat. Sean Paul & Anne-Marie) powers to a fourth straight week at No.1 on best yet sales of 82,445 copies (including 42,394 from streams) to lengthen its lead over Rae Sremmund's Black Beatles (feat. Gucci Mane, 2-2, 60,860 sales).

Boosted by Clean Bandit's appearance on The X Factor Results show, the track is the sixth so far this year to spend four or more weeks at No.1. It also matches the chart-topping exploits of their only previous No.1, Jess Glynne collaboration Rather Be, which spent four weeks at the summit in 2014.

Elsewhere in the Top 10, it's all about The Weeknd, with exposure he received from album streaming helping the title track Starboy - which peaked eight weeks ago at No.2 - to bounce 8-3 (51,184 sales) while I Feel It Coming jumps 18-9 (35,810 sales). Both tracks feature Daft Punk, and I Feel It Coming's surge earns the French pair its sixth Top 10 single, and The Weeknd his fifth. When Beauty Behind The Madness charted last year, all 14 of its songs appeared in the Top 200 singles chart simultaneously. Starboy does even better, with each of its 18 songs featuring in the Top 100 this week. Those not mentioned above are: Party Monster (33-17, 23,667 sales), Rockin' (No.26, 18,139 sales), Sidewalks (feat. Kendrick Lamar, No.30, 16,064 sales), Reminder (No.39, 13,899 sales), Six Feet Under (No.43, 13,051 sales), Secrets (No.47, 11,960 sales), False Alarm (No.51, 11,245 sales), A Lonely Night (No.53, 10,801 sales), True Colors (No.55, 10,610 sales), Love To Lay (No.68, 9,406 sales), Stargirl Interlude (feat. Lana Del Rey, No.73, 9,054 sales), Die For You (No.74, 9,028 sales), All I Know (feat. The Future, No.76, 9,007 sales), Attention (No.78, 8,501 sales), Ordinary Life (No.79, 8,420 sales) and Nothing Without You (No.81, 8,273 sales). Three of the songs were in the Top 75 last week, and 14 are this week, raising The Weeknd's tally of hits to date to 25.

Returning to the Top 10, the rest of this week's top tier are: Say You Won't Let Go (4-4, 44,866 sales) by James Arthur, Shout Out To My Ex (3-5, 42,769 sales) by Little Mix, Sexual (7-6, 40,055 sales) by Neiked, Don't Wanna Know (5-7, 39,622 sales) by Maroon 5 feat. Kendrick Lamar, 24K Magic (6-8, 36,660 sales) by Bruno Mars and Closer (9-10, 35,350 sales) by The Chainsmokers feat. Halsey. Closer becomes The Chainsmokers' first million seller with a to-date tally of 1,024,889 sales, including a massive 701,695 from streams.

Starving by Hailee Steinfeld & Grey feat. Zedd is the only track to depart the Top 10, ending a six-week stay by falling 10-12 (30,865 sales).

Despite having 11 of the 13 new entries to the Top 75 this week, The Weeknd doesn't have the highest - that honour falls to Rag'n'Bone Man whose Human - which had been available for 18 weeks without making the Top 75 previously - rockets 77-11 (32,255 sales) after Scottish singer Emily Middemass performed it on The X Factor. On paid-for sales of 24,094, it ranks second only to Rockabye. Human is already huge in Europe, topping the chart thus far in Austria, Belgium, Germany, Hungary and Switzerland. A 31-year-old singer/songwriter from Sussex, whose real name is Rory Graham, Rag'n'Bone Man also benefitted from being named on the long list for the BBC's prestigious Sound Of 2017 award and his Wolves EP, a nine song, 28 minute release that dates from 2014 - makes its album chart debut at No.119 (1,692 sales). His first full length album, also entitled Human, drops on 10 February 2017.

Meanwhile, the only other new entry to the Top 75 is Call On Me, the debut hit for Australia's Starley. Climbing 84-58 (10,393 sales) here, the track is currently No.1 in Sweden and a hit in many other European territories for the singer/songwriter from Sydney but peaked at No.45 in her homeland last month.

There are new peaks in the Top 75 for The Mack (17-14, 28,086 sales) by Nevada feat. Mark Morrison & Fetty Wap, By Your Side (21-15, 25,816 sales) by Jonas Blue feat. Raye, You Want Me (34-25, 18,593 sales) by Tom Zanetti feat. Sadie Ama, Love Me Now (37-33, 15,459 sales) by John Legend, AFter The Afterparty (59-41, 13,351 sales) by Charli XCX feat. Lil Yachty, No Lie (53-52, 11,116 sales) by Sean Paul feat. Dua Lipa, Water Under The Bridge (73-61, 10,084 sales) by Adele and Lovesick (67-63, 9,934 sales) by Mura Masa feat. A$AP Rocky.

The annual chart invasion of Christmas-related perennials is well under way with All I Want For Christmas Is You (72-29, 16,379) by Mariah Carey spearheading the dash, while there are Top 75 re-entries for Fairytale Of New York (124-66, 9,588 sales) by The Pogues & Kirsty MacColl and Last Christmas (135-75, 9,023 sales) by Wham!, with a further eight festive favourites decorating the remainder of the Top 200.

Overall singles sales are up 1.75% week-on-week at 10,653,552 - 39.48% above same week 2015 sales of 7,638,248. Streams accounted for 9,235,181 sales, 86.69% of the total. Paid-for sales are up 0.56% week-on-week at 1,418,371 – 27.75% below same week 2015 sales of 1,963,046 and below same-week, previous-year sales for the 173rd week in a row. Overall singles sales, streaming sales, and streaming's share of total sales all achieve all-time highs.





Colour Code: OVERALL UNITS SALES STREAMING POINTS

1 Clean Bandit feat. Sean Paul & Anne-Marie 82,445 40,051 42,394
2 Rae Sremmurd feat. Gucci Mane 60,860
3 The Weeknd feat. Daft Punk [Starboy] 51,184
4 James Arthur 44,866
5 Little Mix 42,769
6 Neiked feat. Dyo 40,055
7 Maroon 5 feat. Kendrick Lamar 39,622
8 Bruno Mars 36,660
9 The Weeknd feat. Daft Punk [I Feel It Coming] 35,810
10 The Chainsmokers feat. Halsey 35,350 (1,024,889 Streams: 701,695)

11 Rag'n'Bone Man 32,255
12 Hailee Steinfeld & Grey feat. Zedd 30,865
14 Nevada feat. Mark Morrison & Fetty Wap 28,086
15 Jonas Blue feat. RAYE 25,816
17 The Weeknd [Party Monster] 23,667
24 Tom Zanetti feat. Sadie Ama 18,593
25 The Weeknd [Rockin'] 18,139
29 Mariah Carey 16,379
30 The Weeknd feat. Kendrick Lamar [Sidewalks] 16,064
33 John Legend 15,459
40 The Weeknd [Reminder] 13,899

41 Charli XCX feat. Lil' Yachty 13,351
43 The Weeknd [Six Feet Under] 13,051
47 The Weeknd [Secrets] 11,960
51 The Weeknd [False Alarm] 11,245
52 Sean Paul feat. Dua Lipa 11,116
53 The Weeknd [A Lonely Night] 10,801
55 The Weeknd [True Colors] 10,610
58 Starley feat. Ryan Riback 10,393
61 Adele [Water Under The Bridge] 10,084
63 Mura Masa feat. A$AP Rocky 9,934
66 The Pogues feat. Kirsty MacColl 9,588
68 The Weeknd [Love To Lay] 9,406
73 The Weeknd feat. Lana Del Rey 9,054
74 The Weeknd [Die For You] 9,028
75 Wham! 9,023
76 Future feat. Weeknd 9,007
78 The Weeknd [Attention] 8,501
79 The Weeknd [Ordinary Life] 8,420
81 The Weeknd [Nothing Without You] 8,273



Albums:



The last eight albums to top the chart reigned for only a week, but Little Mix break the streak, spending a second straight frame at the summit with their fourth album, Glory Days.

The first album by an X Factor act to spend more than a week at No.1 since One Direction's Midnight Memories in 2013, Glory Days sold a further 57,151 copies last week, including 2,723 from streams.

Its retention of the title came in the face of fierce competition from Michael Ball & Alfie Boe's collaboration Together and Kate Bush's Before The Dawn. It was Bush's album - a 3 CD live set recorded during her 22 day residency at The Hammersmith Apollo in 2014 - that made the early running exciting speculation that it would deliver her first No.1 since the compilation The Whole Story in 1986 but it faded as the week progressed, and debuts at No.4 after selling 40,478 copies. Bush's 17th charted album, and the 12th to make The Top 10, it provides her biggest sales week since 50 Words For Snow - her 10th and most recent studio album - sold 49,812 copies on debut at No.5 in 2011. Before The Dawn is the only album in the Top 75 not available for streaming.

Becoming the first album to sell upwards of 40,000 copies four times in 2016 - Adele's 25 did it three times - Together is a runaway success for the pairing of 43 year old Alfie Boe and 54 year old Michael Ball. It bounces 4-2 this week - equalling the position in which it debuted three weeks ago - and racks up its highest weekly sale to date, selling a further 55,022 copies to raise its overall tally to 188,798.

Streaming has played a huge role in helping albums by two Canadian artists (Justin Bieber and Drake) to rank in the top five of the year-to-date standings - and this week another Canadian, The Weeknd, rack up huge streaming sales with his third studio album, Starboy. The follow-up to Beauty Behind The Madness, which opened atop the chart on sales of 34,819 copies in September of last year. Starboy debuts at No.5 on sales of 35,967 copies, including 15,854 from streams. It is home to the Daft Punk collaboration of the same name, which rebounds 8-3 this week, thanks largely to streaming, which also provides the impetus for multiple Top 200 singles chart entries from tracks from the album, all of which are fully itemised in this week's singles sales report.

Continuing to accumulate chart albums at a hectic rate, Dutch violinist, conductor and orchestra leader Andre Rieu's latest set, Falling In Love is his third of the year, and debuts at No.7 on sales of 34,615 copies. Now 67, Rieu didn't make the Top 50 here until he was over 60 years old. Dubbed the “world’s first classical superstar” and “the king of the waltz” he has now had eight Top 10 albums, 16 Top 50 albums and 29 Top 200 albums.

Already an established comedian, actor and TV presenter and occasional crooner, Bradley Walsh has - perhaps surprisingly - never released an album...until now. The 56-year-old from Hertfordshire, best known these days as the host of ITV quiz show The Chase, debuts at No.10 (23,646 sales) with introductory album, Chasing Dreams, which includes tried and tested favourites like Fly Me To The Moon, For Once In My Life and Night And Day. The title track, co-written by Walsh, is the only original song on the album.

It is only 14 weeks since Blossoms' eponymous debut topped the chart on sales of 7,948 copies - the lowest in the 21st century - but with Christmas approaching, 35 artist albums sold more last week, with every single album in the Top 10 selling in excess of 20,000 copies for the first time this year. Those not mentioned above are: The Wonder Of You (5-3, 44,446 sales) by Elvis Presley, 24 Hrs (6-6, 34,813 sales) by Olly Murs, 24K Magic (3-8, 28,115 sales) by Bruno Mars and Nobody But Me (8-9, 25,700 sales) by Michael Buble.

Departing from the Top 10: Christmas (10-11, 22,547 sales) by Michael Buble, The Heavy Entertainment Show (7-12, 22,132 sales) by Robbie Williams, Long Live The Angels (9-14, 20,456 sales) by Emeli Sande and Hardwired To Self- Destruct... (2-21, 15,104 sales) by Metallica.

The original trio back in harness after a lengthy hiatus, Busted debut at No.13 (21,026 sales) with their third studio album, Night Driver. The chartscape has changed enormously since their eponymous 2002 debut and 2003 follow-up A Present For Everyone, both of which peaked at No.2 and sold upwards of 1m copies. Although initial single On What You're On debuted and peaked at No.60 last month, Night Driver surpasses the first week sales and position of Busted's first album, which opened at No.30 on sales of 8,607 copies and took a further 16 weeks to reach both its sales peak and a further 29 weeks to secure its highest weekly sale (41,031). A Present For Everyone hit the ground running, however, selling upwards of 100,000 copies on each of its first five weeks on release with a first frame of 117,583 and a high of 125,357 four weeks later. Busted has sold 1,195,110 copies to date, and A Present For Everyone has sold 1,089,199 copies. Original Busted deserter Charlie Simpson subsequently released albums both solo and as leader of the band Fightstar, while the group's other members, James Bourne and Matt Willis toured and recorded with friends McFly as McBusted, with an eponymous McBusted album debuting and peaking at No.9 (37,111 sales) exactly two years ago.

Four weeks ago, former New Order guitarist Peter Hook, Manchester Camerata and various guests, including former Happy Mondays singer Rowetta debuted at No.14 (5,246 sales) with Haçienda Classiçal, an intriguing album of remakes of dance hits that flourished at the famous Manchester venue in new, pseudo-classical versions put together by Graeme Park and Mike Pickering. Ploughing a similar furrow, Classic House (No.16, 17,277 sales) credits Radio One legend Pete Tong with The Heritage Orchestra conducted by Jules Buckley, and contains classical/dance makeovers of tracks like Insomnia by Faithless, Energy 52's Cafe Del Mar and The Shapeshifters' Lola's Theme.

After six consecutive Top 15 albums - the first five of which made the Top 10, with the first three reaching number one - Susan Boyle falls short of the Top 20 with seventh album, A Wonderful World, opening at No.22 (15,013 sales). The album is another selection of covers including Madonna's Like A Prayer, Robbie Williams' Angels and Louis Armstrong's What A Wonderful World, and features a virtual duet with the late Nat King Cole of his famous hit When I Fall In Love. Although the 55-year-old Scot's sales trajectory has been relentlessly downwards, she has sustained a career longer than most would have thought following her emergence on Britain's Got Talent in 2009. Her previous first weeks: I Dreamed A Dream (411,820 sales, 2009), The Gift (102,993 sales, 2010), Someone To Watch Over Me (72,745 sales, 2011), Standing Ovation: The Greatest Songs (35,802 sales, 2012), Home For Christmas (24,530 sales, 2013) and Hope (19,638 sales, 2014). I Dreamed A Dream has sold 1,938,305 copies, while Hope has only sold 75,326 copies. Overall, Boyle had sold 3,282,192 albums before A Wonderful World's release.

The first new hits compilation of Prince to be released since his death in April, 4Ever debuts at No.24 (13,718 sales). It includes the previously unreleased Moonbeam Levels.

Surprisingly, in view of her long and tremendously successful relationship with them, the legendary Dionne Warwick never had a chart album comprising entirely of songs written by Burt Bacharach and his late lyricist partner Hal David - but Rumer achieves just that with her new album This Girl's In Love: A Bacharach & David Songbook debuting at No.28 (10,590 sales). Her fourth studio album, it makes a much smaller first impression than the first three - the introductory Seasons Of My Soul sold 66,452 copies opening at No.3 in 2010, follow-up Boys Don't Cry repeated the position on sales of 23,567 copies two years later, and Into Colour sold 11,248 copies when it debuted and peaked at No.12 in 2014.

Less than seven months after Aled Jones' unusual and a rather ingenious album, One Voice - which featured the 45 year old duetting with his younger self on a selection of folk/traditional songs - debuted at No.6 (11,185 sales) he returns with One Voice At Christmas (No.30, 9,858 sales), a selection of new seasonal duets pairing boy Aled and man Aled. Only his third Top 10 album One Voice eventually peaked at No.3 and has sold 63,215 copies to date. One Voice At Christmas lifts his tally of Top 75 albums since his 1984 chart debut as a schoolboy to 17.

Their ranks grow as their sales slow: 100 strong when their first album, In My Dreams debuted at No.2 (56,154 sales) and topped the chart the following week (59,026 sales) in 2012, Military Wives were up to 600 members when follow-up Stronger Together debuted and peaked at No.5 (28,034 sales) later that year. Their first album since then, Home For Christmas, contains 12 recordings from 65 choirs and more than 1,000 wives, and makes the worst start of 11 Top 75 debuts this week, opening at No.42 with 5,812 sales - less than six per wife.

Now! 95 remains top of the compilation chart, selling 159,404 copies - four times as much as its nearest challenger - on its second frame.

Climbing for the seventh week in a row, overall album sales are up 16.14% week-on-week at 2,935,503, their highest level of the year, and 14.67% below same week 2015 sales of 3,440,198. Streaming accounted for 589,649 sales – 20.09% of the total. Sales of paid-for albums are up 19.87% week-on-week at 2,345,854 and are 20.77% below same week 2015 sales of 2,960,917. The fact that 2015 was a 53-week year affects year-on-year comparisons, incidentally.





Colour Code: OVERALL UNITS SALES STREAMING POINTS

1 Little Mix 57,151 54,428 2,723
2 Michael Ball & Alfie Boe 55,022 (188,798)
3 Elvis Presley & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 44,446
4 Kate Bush 40,478
5 The Weeknd 35,967 20,113 15,854
6 Olly Murs 34,813
7 Andre Rieu & Johann Strauss 34,615
8 Bruno Mars 28,115
9 Michael Bublé [Nobody But Me] 25,700
10 Bradley Walsh 23,646

11 Michael Bublé [Christmas] 22,547
12 Robbie Williams 22,132
13 Busted 21,026
14 Emeli Sandé 20,456
16 Pete Tong 17,277
21 Metallica 15,104
22 Susan Boyle 15,013
24 Prince 13,718
28 Rumer 10,590
30 Aled Jones 9,858

41 Kylie Minogue 5,943
42 Military Wives Choirs 5,812

119 Rag'N'Bone Man 1,692


To Date Albums
Susan Boyle - I Dreamed A Dream 1,938,305
Busted - Busted 1,195,110
Busted - A Preent For everyone 1,089,199
Susan Boyle - Hope 75,326
Aled Jones - One Voice 63,215



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1 Now That's What I Call Music 95 159,404



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Charli XCX would be top 40 if you take out the Xmas songs
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Charli just missing the top 40 sad.gif
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Sorry I need a rest now after those Weekend sales laugh.gif

And anyone that asks for Kylie sales for her album will get a slap with a wet fish, as there isn't any sales mentioned in the above album report. No need for a comeback post.
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Five consecutive weeks for Madness in the Top 40 (just). The records tell that's the first time that's happened with a studio album for 32 years. And at a time of quite high sales at No 40. Not bad. It's sold better than Lady Ga Ga for example
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Sorry I need a rest now after those Weekend sales laugh.gif

Any anyone that asks for Kylie sales for her album will get a slap with a wet fish, as there isn't any sales mentioned in the above album report. No need for a comeback post.


To save people asking, by reading the report Kylie would have sold somewhere around,5,500 which is a healthy total considering the complete lack of promotion.
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40k is amazing for a live album.

Wow, has 50 Words For Snow only sold 49k? It's waaay overcertified as it has a gold disc. I guess this was before when labels had to apply for certifications themselves.

I wonder how much Directors Cut sold?


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50WOS opened with 49k, I presume its total is somewhere near 100k, or even above
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Starboy has opened with slightly bigger sales than its predecessor BBTM
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So over 23,000 people parted with actual money for a Bradley Walsh album? Blimey.
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The total given for Kate Bush 50 Words Without Snow is her opening sales on week 1 and not her total which i believe to be around 125,000.
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So only 20,113 actual "sales" for The Weekend when you take away streaming, surely am not the only one that finds that shockingly bad? huh.gif

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So only 20,113 actual "sales" for The Weekend when you take away streaming, surely am not the only one that finds that shockingly bad? huh.gif

It's definitely pretty disappointing but it's just that time of year. He isn't a big physical seller to begin with and digital sales for singles and albums are awful this time of year. Wouldn't surprise me if the album picked up after Christmas with the gift card effect
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I can't believe we live in a world where a series of jazz/swing cover songs by Bradley Walsh is more popular than Busted's comeback album

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Raging at Bradley Walsh being ahead of Buble!!
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So near yet so far for Charli.
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btw, Kylie was just 21 copies away from the top 40 in the album chart.
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To be fair to Bradley Walsh he was an absolute hoot on Sunday Brunch on Channel 4 last week whilst he was promoting the album, and the clips from it went viral on social media so I'm not in the least bit surprised he's gone top 10.
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