Wednesday saw The Script claim the mid-week number 1 album, but with strong contention from Barbara Streisand, Chris Brown, Slash, Train & Catfish & The Bottlemen it really could be anybody's title this week.
Robert Plant was on course to claim a number 1 album on Wednesday, but Sam Smith was snatching at his heels. Who will claim the number 1 album this week? Expect New Entries from Ryan Adams, Interpol, Queen & A Re-Entry from Bob MArley & The Wailers.
Wednesday's mid-week chart announced that Royal Blood were still number 1, but Maroon 5 & The Pierces release new material this week and would like to claim the best selling album this week. Who will be number 1?
Royal Blood looked on course to score the fasted selling Rock album since 2011, but Disney star Ariana Grande wants to claim her first number 1 album. Who's got the chart topper this week?
On Wednesday, 2014 Britain's Got Talent winners "Collabro" were leading the way on the album chart, ending Ed Sheeran's 8 week reign, but his "Multiply" album is still selling shed loads. Who's gonna take the crown today?
Here are this week's Top 20 albums. Unfortunately there was no mid-week chart announcement this week.
Ed Sheeran looked like, on Wednesday, to claim his 7th straight week at the number 1 spot with "X" (Multiply). But with new entries from former Busted guitarist Charlie Simpson, and the holders of last week's number 1 single MAGIC!, anybody could claim the top prize. N.B. Although it does look like Ed will stay there but it's all good clean fun.
Well there are two crooners vying for King Sheeran's crown. Eric Clapton & Tom Petty both released new albums this week, and on Wednesday Eric was leading the charge. However there is a massive Re-Entry coming in from David Guetta who could spoil everybody's party. Who has the best seller this week?
The last time La Roux were in the chart was with their number 1 smash hit "Bulletproof", well on Wednesday she looked like she was about to knock Ed Sheeran off his throne, but with other new entries from Richard Thompson & Yes!, it could be anybody's title this week.
Morrissey looked like he was clinging onto his Mid-Week chart number 2 spot on Wednesday as "King" Ed Sheeran was holding on to the top spot. But with new entries from Jungle, Judas Priest & Rise Against predicted to enter the chart, it's anybody for the taking.