Last week Meghan Trainor scored her first UK number 1 album with "Title", but on Wednesday it looked like her crown was passing over to legendary singer Bob Dylan. There were new entries from Kid Ink, Indiana & Diana Krall, but the surprise of the Mid-Week update saw Dire Straits re-enter the chart with "Brothers In Arms". Who will claim the best seller this week.
On Wednesday's mid-week chart update, there were high new entries from The Charlatans, Papa Roach, Meghan Trainor & Rae Morris, but who can any of them knock Mark Ronson off the top spot.
Rockers Fall Out Boy were, on Wednesday, course to collect a number 1 album with "American Beauty/American Psycho", but Mr Number 1 AKA Mark Ronson, would like to claim a chart double with the best selling single and album of the week. But there are lots of New Entries from Belle & Sebastian, Enter Shikari & The Decemberists all looking to claim a high chart place this week. Who's Number 1?
On Wednesday's chart update, Ed Sheeran was back on top with his BRIT award nominated album "X (Multiply), but Irish act Hozier are selling loads of records of their debut album, and could steal his crown. But what about the other 2 BRIT nominated men in the Top 10? Sam Smith or George Ezra could re-claim the top spot. Who's number 1 today?
Last Sunday, George Ezra claimed the 1st UK number 1 album for 2015, but on the Official Chart Update on Wednesday, Sam Smith looked like he was going to steal the title. Ed Sheeran is still on the rampage to get an 11th week atop the chart, but which one of these British lads will claim the best selling album this week?
Here is the 1st official UK Album Chart Top 20 for 2015
Last week Ed Sheeran claimed the Xmas number 1 album, and Sam Smith finished in 2nd place. Today sees the last album chart for 2014. Who will claim the final best selling album of the week this year?
So today the Christmas Top 40 album chart is announced, and last week Ed Sheeran saw off competition from Sam Smith, Olly Murs, George Ezra & Take That to keep his number 1 position, but who will have the coverted Christmas Album Number 1?
Sunday last week saw Take That claim another number 1 album, but with lots of TV appearances, Ed Sheeran & Sam Smith are selling their albums like hotcakes. Who will claim this week best selling album?
LAst Wednesday the 4 boys from the X-Factor claimed their 3rd number 1 album, but Wednesday say another X-Factor finalist wanting his 3rd UK number 1 album. Olly Murs released his latest offering "Never Been Better", but there is still strong competition from David Guetta & Ed Sheeran who would like to claim that prestigious top spot.