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Calvin Harris’ One Kiss collaboration with Dua Lipa is not to be moved, spending its fifth straight week at the top of the chart.

Thus surpassing his first No.1 – 2008 Dizzee Rascal & Chrome collaboration Dance Wiv Me – to have the longest uninterrupted run at the summit of all his nine chart-toppers – it again does so with consummate ease, heading up a top five that are all frozen in the same positions as last week, while suffering declining sales. They are: One Kiss (1-1, 62,000 sales, including 43,813 from sales-equivalent streams), Nice For What (2-2, 45,597 sales) by Drake, No Tears Left To Cry (3-3, 43,541 sales) by Ariana Grande, Freaky Friday (4-4, 37,655 sales) by Lil Dicky feat. Chris Brown and 2002 (5-5, 35,572 sales) by Anne-Marie.

With its powerful video racking up millions of clicks of YouTube, Childish Gambino finally has a bona fide hit of his own, as This Is America – which addresses several political hot potatoes, including racism and violence – vaults 14-6 (33,204 sales) on its second frame. Leaving far behind his only previous Top 75 entry as a primary artist – 2016’s No.51 hit Redbone – it has also surpassed the peak position of his only other chart entry, as featured rapper on Leona Lewis’ 2012 No.7 hit Trouble.

No.1 in 2011 with Titanium, and No.8 in 2012 with She Wolf (Falling To Pieces), French DJ David Guetta and Australian singer Sia score their third joint Top 10 hit with Flames (11-9, 26,899 sales). The track is Guetta’s 24th Top 10 hit in total, and Sia’s 11th.

Shawn Mendes’ 10th Top 75 hit, In My Blood vaults 21-10 (26,125 sales) to become his fifth Top 10 hit. It is the third track lifted from the 19-year-old Canadian’s eponymous new album which drops next Friday (May 25), following In My Blood (No.13) and Youth (feat. Khalid, No.35).

The rest of the Top 10: Answerphone (6-7, 29,816 sales) by Banx & Ranx and Ella Eyre feat. Yxng Bane and Paradise (7-8, 27,762 sales) by George Ezra.

Falling out of the Top 10: Better Now (10-11, 25,217 sales) by Post Malone, Lullaby (8-12, 24,609 sales) by Sigala & Paloma Faith and Psycho (9-14, 22,276 sales) by Post Malone feat. Ty Dolla $ign.

The last of Arctic Monkeys’ 15 previous Top 75 hits was way back in 2014 but the Sheffield band secure three of the week’s four highest debuts with Four Out Of Five (No.18, 18,640 sales), Star Treatment (No.23, 16,558 sales) and One Point Perspective (No.26. 14,409 sales). All three tracks are taken from their sixth album, Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino, streams of which account for almost all of the consumption of the tracks, with paid-for sales representing just 4.90%, 0.89% and 1.26% of their tallies, respectively. All of the eight other tracks from the album are ‘starred out’ in the Top 50.

The female of the species is more popular than the male, with just four Top 75 hits entitled Boys and 10 entitled Girls, of which the latest debuts at No.22 (16,606 sales), for Rita Ora feat. Cardi B, Bebe Rexha& Charli XCX. It is Ora’s 16th Top 20 hit, Cardi B’s third, Rexha’s sixth and Charli XCX’s fifth.

Years & Years score their seventh Top 40 hit in total, and their second from upcoming second album, Palo Santo, with If You’re Over Me (No.38, 10,536 sales).

Selena Gomez scores her 16th hit with Back To You (No.39, 10,014 sales), from the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why.

After finishing 24th out of 26 at The Eurovision Song Contest, where she had to endure a scary stage invasion, UK entry Surie’s Storm at least has the consolation of being the highest charting domestic entry for four years. Opening at No.50 (7,949 sales) it is only the fourth UK entry to bag a Top 50 slot in the past decade following Jade Ewen’s It’s My Time (No.27, 2009), Blue’s I Can (No.16, 2011) and, most recently, Molly’s Children Of The Universe (No.23, 2014). Netta, who provided the fourth win in the competition for Israel, goes one better with her winning song Toy debuting at No.49 (7,973 sales). Greek-born Eleni Foureira’s Fuego – runner-up representing Cyprus – also charts (No.64, 6,376 sales).

Also new to the chart is Quarter Past Midnight (No.65, 6,271 sales) by Bastille.

Climbers reaching new peaks: I’ll Be There (16-13, 23,009 sales) by Jess Glynne, German (18-15, 20,754 sales) by EO, Familiar (25-20, 17,332 sales) by Liam Payne & J Balvin, First Time (36-33, 11,492 sales) by M-22 feat. Medina, Family Tree (46-42, 9,175 sales) by Ramz, Lyca (64-58, 6,923 sales) by Swarmz, Sit Back Down (63-62, 6,702 sales) by Not3s feat. Maleek Berry and I Wanna Know (77-70, 6,109 sales), a re-entry for Notd feat. Bea Miller, which previously peaked at No.74.

Overall singles sales are down 3.05% week-on-week at 17,186,684, 25.49% above same week 2017 sales of 13,695,152. Streams accounted for 16,170,030 sales, 94.08% of the total. Paid-for sales are up 3.99% week-on-week at 1,016,654, and are 26.26% below same week 2017 sales of 1,378,742. They are below same-week, previous-year sales for the 250th week in a row.





Colour Code: OVERALL UNITS SALES STREAMING POINTS

1 Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa 62,000 18,187 43,813
2 Drake 45,597
3 Ariana Grande 43,541
4 Lil Dicky feat. Chris Brown 37,655
5 Anne Marie 35,572
6 Childish Gambino 33,204
7 Banx & Ranx & Ella Eyre feat. Yxng Bane 29,816
8 George Ezra 27,762
9 David Guetta feat. Sia 26,899
10 Shawn Mendes 26,125

11 Post Malone [Better Now] 25,217
12 Sigala feat. Paloma Faith 24,609
13 Jess Glynne 23,009
14 Post Malone feat. Ty Dolla $ign [Psycho] 22,276
15 EO 20,754
18 Arctic Monkeys [Four Out Of Five] 18,640
20 Liam Payne feat. J Balvin 17,332
22 Rita Ora feat. Cardi B, Bebe Rexha & Charli XCX 16,606
23 Arctic Monkeys [Star Treatment] 16,558
26 Arctic Monkeys [One Point Perspective] 14,409
33 M22 Feat. Medina 11,492
38 Years & Years 10,536
39 Selena Gomez 10,014

42 Ramz 9,175
49 Netta 7,973
50 SuRie 7,949
58 Swarmz 6,923
62 Not3s Feat. Maleek Berry 6,702
64 Eleni Foureira 6,376
65 Bastille 6,271
70 NOTD feat. Bea Miller 6,109


To Date Sales
Bad Wolves - Zombie 33,398



Albums:



Six albums, six instant number ones – that’s the proud record of Arctic Monkeys, whose first album in nearly five years, Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino, storms to a No.1 debut, while spinning off three simultaneous Top 40 singles chart entries.

Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino is the first album ever to sell upwards of 20,000 copies on CD, download and vinyl in the same week. It sold 86,359 copies last week, made up of 27,681 CDs, 15,679 paid-for downloads, 24,478 vinyl albums and 505 cassettes, with the remainder of its consumption (18,016 sales) generated by sales-equivalent streams. Tranquility Base accounted for 31.05% of vinyl album sales and 73.40% of cassette sales in the week.

It is the vinyl portion of those sales that is most remarkable – although the band’s last album, AM, is the 2010s fifth biggest vinyl seller, with a to-date tally of 75,875 in the format, only 5,170 of those were first week sales. Tranquility Base’s opening vinyl tally is nearly five times that, and by far the biggest weekly sale of any vinyl album in the last 25 years, surpassing the previous record holder, Liam Gallagher’s As You Were, which chalked up 16,164 sales on debut last October.

The best opening tally of any artist album thus far in 2018, it means the album ranks fifth in the Sheffield band’s own list of fastest starts: First album Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not (2006) sold 363,735 copies on the first of its four weeks at No.1; second album Favourite Worst Nightmare (2007) sold 227,922 copies on the first of its three weeks at No.1; third album Humbug (2009) sold 96,313 copies on the first of its two weeks at No.1; fourth album Suck It And See (2011) sold 82,424 copies on its only week at No.1; and fifth album AM (2013) sold 157,329 copies on the first of its two weeks at No.1. The albums' to-date sales, also in chronological release order, and including sales-equivalent streams: Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not (1,753,987), Favourite Worst Nightmare (966,821), Humbug (379,695), Suck It And See (368,561) and AM (1,096,397). The latter set jumps 40-11 (3,832 sales) this week to secure its highest chart position for 207 weeks, while Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not dashes 50-18 (3,144 sales), with Favourite Worst Nightmare also back in the Top 75, jumping 111-45 (1,923 sales). Both achieve 254-week highs.

Arctic Monkeys are only the fourth band to reach No.1 with their first six studio albums, following The Beatles, Oasis and Coldplay. The only acts to have had more No.1 albums in the 21st century are Robbie Williams (10), Eminem (nine), Coldplay and Westlife (seven apiece). Madonna and Bruce Springsteen have also had six. Robbie Williams’ tally rises to 11 if we include Take That Reunion album Progress, and Noel Gallagher has had eight if we add together Oasis (five) and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds (three). Arctic Monkeys’ lead vocalist and principal songwriter Alex Turner has also had eight, if you count The Age Of The Understatement (2008) and Everything You’ve Come To Expect, which were No.1 albums for the occasional supergroup The Last Shadow Puppets, whom he also fronts.

The only acts to have had more than six number one albums in a row are Abba, Led Zeppelin and Eminem (all eight) and The Beatles (seven). Of these acts, however, only The Beatles' run started – like Arctic Monkeys' – with their first album.

Home to the singles Attention and How Long – both of which peaked at No.9 – Charlie Puth’s second album, Voicenotes, opens at No.4 on sales of 11,376 copies. His first album, Nine Track Mind, debuted and peaked at No.6 on sales of 20,590 copies in 2016 and has thus far sold 222,610 copies.

Guitar virtuoso Ry Cooder returns to his roots with The Prodigal Son and is rewarded with the first Top 10 album of his career. Combining his passion for slide guitar and religion, it opens at No.10 (3,954 sales) to become his 10th chart album, surpassing his previous best of No.18 set in 1982 by The Slide Area. Cooder famously produced the Buena Vista Social Club album, and has scored many films, most notably Paris, Texas.

Dethroned for the fourth time, despite increasing sales 19.24% week-on-week, the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack of The Greatest Showman makes its customary retreat to No.2, selling a further 33,603 copies.

The rest of the Top 10: Beerbongs & Bentleys (2-3, 19,115 sales), Staying At Tamara’s (4-5, 10,228 sales) by George Ezra, Divide (6-6, 8,790 sales) by Ed Sheeran, Speak Your Mind (7-7, 6,857 sales) by Anne-Marie, Dua Lipa (10-8, 4,958 sales) and Invasion Of Privacy (11-9, 4,233 sales) by Cardi B.

Excusing themselves from the Top 10 are: Heaven Before All Hell Breaks Loose (5-20, 3,050 sales) by Plan B, Be More Kind (3-37, 2,152 sales) by Frank Turner, Singularity (9-44, 1,947 sales) by Jon Hopkins and Attention Attention (8-65, 1,484 sales) by Shinedown.

Baltimore indie band Beach House failed to dent the Top 75 with their first three albums but scored back-to-back Top 20 entries with Bloom (No.15, 2012) and Depression Cherry (No.17, 2015). The latter release was followed only seven weeks later by Thank Your Lucky Stars – but it was too soon, and the album peaked at a desultory No.114. New album 7 sees Beach House return to chart form, however, debuting at No.16 (3,191 sales). Their third album, Teen Dream from 2010, is their biggest seller, with a to-date tally of 45,658, although it never managed to climb higher than No.78 in the chart.

With guest appearances from Nicki Minaj, Travi$ Scott, Lil Uzi Vert and Skepta, 21-year-old rapper PlayboiCarti’s first album, Die Lit, debuts at No.27. All but 139 of its 2,645 sales are from sales-equivalent streams.

After her appearance on the Graham Norton Show (BBC One, May 11) impressed many, Joan Armatrading’s 19th studio album, Not Too Far Away, debuts at No.30 (2,471 sales). Consisting entirely of new songs written and produced by the 67-year-old singer/songwriter, it is her first album of new material to make the Top 75 since 1995, when What’s Inside reached No.48, although a 2003 compilation Love & Affection: Classics reached No.24. Not Too Far Away is her 16th chart album since her eponymous third release broke her duck in 1976, and her highest studio charting set since Hearts & Flowers reached No.29 in 1990.

US hard rock quintet Bad Wolves debut album Disobey consists entirely of new material penned by the band apart from a cover of The Cranberries’ Zombie, which was praised by the latter band’s Dolores O’Riordan just before her death earlier this year, and consequently went on to sell 33,398 copies, although it failed to chart. Disobey sold 1,791 copies last week, and debuts at No.51.

The Magic Numbers’ eponymous 2005 debut spawned four Top 25 singles and reached No.7 on the chart, eventually selling 676,244 copies. Although second album Those The Brokes reached No.11 and spawned another hit, their stock slumped with their next two albums – The Runaway (No.46, 2010) and Alias (No.57, 2014). They achieve a slight upturn in fortunes with fifth album, Outsiders, debuting this week at No.55 (1,699 sales).

80s Soul Jams defends its position atop the compilation chart, selling 13,816 copies on its second week at the summit.

Overall album sales are down 0.57% week-on-week at 1,723,133, 1.31% above same week 2017 sales of 1,700,920. Streaming accounted for 985,585 sales – 57.20% of the total. Sales of paid-for albums are up 3.28% week-on-week at 737,548, 21.31% below same week 2017 sales of 937,302.





1 Arctic Monkeys 86,359 68,343 18,016 27,681 CD's, 15,679 downloads, 24,478 Vinyl, 505 cassettes
2 The Greatest Showman 33,603
3 Post Malone 19,115
4 Charlie Puth 11,376
5 George Ezra 10,228
6 Ed Sheeran 8,790
7 Anne-Marie 6,857
8 Dua Lipa 4,958
9 Cardi B 4,233
10 Ry Cooder 3,954

11 Arctic Monkeys [AM] 3,832 (1,096,397)
16 Beach House 3,191
18 Arctic Monkeys [Whatever People Say I Am That's What Am] 3,144 (1,753,987)
20 Plan B 3,050
27 Playboi Carti 2,645 139 2,506
30 Joan Armatrading 2,471
37 Frank Turner 2,152

44 Jon Hopkins 1,947
45 Arctic Monkeys [Favourite Worst Nightmare] 1,923 (966,821)
51 Bad Wolves 1,791
55 Magic Numbers 1,699
65 Shinedown 1,484


To Date Sales
Magic Numbers - Magic Numbers 676,244
Arctic Monkeys - Humbug 379,695
Arctic Monkeys - Suck It And See 368,561
Charlie Puth - Nine Track Mind 222,610
Beach House - Teen Dream 45,658



Compilations:



1 80s Soul Jams 13,816



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Sales are in!
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Netta ahead of Surie and Eleni. Thats great.

All flopping out of the top 40 though.
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He neglects to mention the debut of Frightened Rabbit's 2008 album The Midnight Organ Fight at 56 - after the suicide of Scott Hutchison aged 36. #6 on Scottish albums - 4 more entries on that chart.
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QUOTE(Gezza @ May 17 2018, 09:19 PM) *
[color=#000000]Source: MW
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Albums:



Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino is the first album ever to sell upwards of 20,000 copies on CD, download and vinyl in the same week. It sold 86,359 copies last week, made up of 27,681 CDs, 15,679 paid-for downloads, 24,478 vinyl albums and 505 cassettes, with the remainder of its consumption (18,016 sales) generated by sales-equivalent streams. Tranquility Base accounted for 31.05% of vinyl album sales and 73.40% of cassette sales in the week.


15,670 downloads isn't "upwards of" 20k is it? Perhaps he meant to combine download and streaming figures.
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Kylie number 13. Another 3.5k sold?
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"It is Ora’s 16th Top 20 hit, Cardi B’s third, Rexha’s sixth and Charli XCX’s fifth."

but Girls debuted at #22.... lol
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Only 2255 sales between 10th and 55th in Albums chart.......
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Crazy vinyl sales x the arctics album on par with Cds
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Great for greatest showman
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Shawn Mendes’ 10th Top 75 hit, In My Blood vaults 21-10 (26,125 sales) to become his fifth Top 10 hit. It is the third track lifted from the 19-year-old Canadian’s eponymous new album which drops next Friday (May 25), following In My Blood (No.13) and Youth (feat. Khalid, No.35).


Well that's poorly written and inaccurate
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OMG @ 3 Eurovision entries in the top 75! Excellent! Certainly increased impact on the chart compared to last year. Only Lucie Jones made the top 75 (@73). Of course this year they have the benefit of ACR and the 3-track rule.
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No sales on the Eurovision album? I predict about 8-10k for it.

Surprised to see Netta as high as 49!
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TGS will overtake AM next week, whoah, never saw that happen.
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QUOTE(Cqmerqn @ May 18 2018, 07:09 PM) *
No sales on the Eurovision album? I predict about 8-10k for it.

Surprised to see Netta as high as 49!


Her streaming definitely appears to have benefitted her this week over SuRie.

Great to see three entries in the top 75, including two top 50. Much better than last year, though as pointed out already, the new chart rules have worked in this years eurovision songs favour.

Expected much better from Arctic Monkey's consisiting how big AM was and has continued to be. I guess the fact it has done better than Suck It & See is still something positive. Will be interesting to see just how well it actually holds up.
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I assume we are talking UK sales..The Beatles had 9 number one albums in a row. 'Magical mystery tour' was an EP in the uk. If you discount 'yellow submarine film soundtrack' then its 11 in a row. I assume US and other country imports dont count?
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Possibly he's including A Collection Of Beatles Oldies from 1966 (although that obviously isn't a studio album either).

On the other hand, nice that the Arctic Monkeys sold 505 cassettes as that's the title of one of their previous songs.


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Calvin's sales are so high every week! ohmy.gif Is it possible that he could he beat Drake for year-end #1 at this rate? I miss Vidcapper's YTD singles lists.
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Amazing that Arctic Monkeys sold nearly as many vinyls as they did CDs! Has any other recent album sold over 20k vinyls in a week? (Being generous with the word "recent")
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The article says the previous high for vinyl sales in the last 25 years was Liam Gallagher with 'only' 16k! Interested to know what the last album that did do over 20k in a week on vinyl was.
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