UK Charts (23/06/13)

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  1. Johnkm

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    01 01 04 Robin Thicke Feat. T.I. & Pharrell Blurred Lines
    02 NE 01 Jason Derulo The Other Side
    03 02 05 Naughty Boy Feat. Sam Smith La La La
    04 03 15 Passenger Let Her Go
    05 NE 01 Dizzee Rascal Feat. Robbie Williams Goin' Crazy
    06 04 10 Daft Punk Feat. Pharrell Williams Get Lucky
    07 05 09 Olly Murs Dear Darlin'
    08 06 04 Jessie J Feat. Dizzee Rascal & Big Sean Wild
    09 07 05 Taylor Swift Feat. Ed Sheeran Everything Has Changed
    10 RE 10 Tom Odell Another Love
    11 NE 01 Arctic Monkeys Do I Wanna Know?
    12 13 06 Bruno Mars Treasure
    13 10 03 Fuse ODG Antenna
    14 11 15 Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Feat. Ray Dalton Can't Hold Us
    15 08 03 Leah McFall I Will Survive
    16 09 03 Wiley Feat. Angel & Tinchy Stryder Lights On
    17 12 10 Rudimental Feat. Ella Eyre Waiting All Night
    18 14 07 Armin Van Buuren Feat. Trevor Guthrie This Is What It Feels Like
    19 18 06 Demi Lovato Heart Attack
    20 20 18 David Guetta Feat. Ne-Yo & Akon Play Hard
    21 16 07 Chris Malinchak So Good To Me
    22 23 07 Mariah Carey Feat. Miguel #Beautiful
    23 19 06 2 Chainz Feat. Wiz Khalifa We Own It
    24 30 17 Bastille Pompeii
    25 22 17 Calvin Harris Feat. Ellie Goulding I Need Your Love
    26 25 30 Imagine Dragons Radioactive
    27 17 11 Psy Gentleman
    28 24 36 The Lumineers Ho Hey
    29 15 03 Union J Carry You
    30 21 08 Disclosure Feat. Eliza Doolittle You & Me
    31 NE 01 London Grammar Wasting My Young Years
    32 26 21 P!nk Feat. Nate Ruess Just Give Me A Reason
    33 27 162 Jason Mraz I'm Yours
    34 35 03 Kodaline Love Like This
    35 75 03 Ke$ha Feat. will.i.am Crazy Kids
    36 105 02 Leah McFall Killing Me Softly
    37 32 24 Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Feat. Wanz Thrift Shop
    38 29 20 Bruno Mars When I Was Your Man
    39 44 56 Rudimental Feat. John Newman Feel The Love
    40 40 40 Pras Michel Feat. ODB & Mya Ghetto Supastar (This Is What You Are)
     
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    01 NE 01 Kanye West Yeezus
    02 01 02 Black Sabbath 13
    03 NE 01 Kodaline In A Perfect World
    04 03 06 Rod Stewart Time
    05 08 17 Passenger All The Little Lights
    06 04 05 Daft Punk Random Access Memories
    07 NE 01 J. Cole Born Sinner
    08 12 30 Olly Murs Right Place, Right Time
    09 NE 01 Sigur Rós Kveikur
    10 05 03 Disclosure Settle
    11 13 08 Rudimental Home
    12 17 28 Bruno Mars Unorthodox Jukebox
    13 22 71 Emeli Sandé Our Version Of Events
    14 20 10 Michael Bublé To Be Loved
    15 15 36 Bruce Springsteen The Essential
    16 11 03 Queens Of The Stone Age ...Like Clockwork
    17 02 02 Beady Eye BE
    18 06 06 Agnetha Fältskog A
    19 19 16 Bastille Bad Blood
    20 NE 01 Hans Zimmer Man Of Steel (OST)
    21 18 35 Taylor Swift Red
    22 16 07 Caro Emerald The Shocking Miss Emerald
    23 25 34 Calvin Harris 18 Months
    24 27 39 Mumford & Sons Babel
    25 24 37 Ellie Goulding Halcyon
    26 28 41 The Script #3
    27 23 36 Jake Bugg Jake Bugg
    28 26 40 P!nk The Truth About Love
    29 36 12 Imagine Dragons Night Visions
    30 09 115 Eagles The Complete Greatest Hits
    31 34 31 Rihanna Unapologetic
    32 10 02 Status Quo Bula Quo!
    33 21 16 Stereophonics Graffiti On The Train
    34 39 90 David Guetta Nothing But The Beat
    35 NE 01 Hayley Westenra Hushabye
    36 07 02 Boards Of Canada Tomorrow's Harvest
    37 41 36 The Lumineers The Lumineers
    38 14 02 KT Tunstall Invisible Empire // Crescent Moon
    39 42 24 Motion Picture Cast Recording Les Miserables
    40 63 09 will.i.am #willpower
     
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    SINGLES

    Cheeky summer smash Blurred Lines has sold over 700,000 copies in the last four weeks.

    US R&B star Robin Thinke today tops the Official Singles Chart for a fourth week in a row with Blurred Lines.

    The cheeky summer anthem, which also features TI and Pharrell Williams, fought off tough competition from Jason Derulo’s The Other Side (Number 2) to retain its position in this week’s race to Number 1. Blurred Lines is now the second biggest selling single of 2013 so far, clocking up a further 133,000 sales over the last seven days, to bring its total combined sales tally to 718,000 copies. Daft Punk’s Get Lucky, which also features Pharrell, remains this year’s biggest selling single, and is fast approaching a million copies.

    La La La by Naughty Boy FT Sam Smith, and Let Her Go by Passenger, both fall one place to Number 3 and Number 4, respectively, while Dizzee Rascal completes today’s Top 5 with Goin’ Crazy FT Robbie Williams (5).

    New Releases And High Climbers

    In addition to Jason Derulo’s The Other Side (Number 2) and Dizzee Rascal’s Goin’ Crazy FT Robbie Williams (5), there are four other new entries on this week’s Official Singles Chart Top 40.

    BRIT Awards 2013 Critics’ Choice winner, Tom Odell, makes his Top 10 debut today with Another Love (10). The track is taken from his debut album, Long Way Down, which is released tomorrow (June 24).

    Meanwhile, Arctic Monkeys debut one place behind him with Do I Wanna Know? (11); the Sheffield band, who are due to headline next weekend's Glastonbury festival, released their new single as a digital download on Wednesday (June 19) without any fanfare. Electronic trio London Grammar are also set to make their Official Singles Chart debut today with the hauntingly beautiful Wasting My Years (31).

    While she may not have won last night’s grand finale, The Voice’s Leah McFall scores her second Top 40 single today with her rendition of Killing Me Softly climbing 69 places to Number 36. Ke$ha rounds off this week’s highest climbers with Crazy Kids FT Will.I.Am, which has shot up 40 places from Number 75 to 35.


    ALBUMS

    Praise the loud! Yeezus goes straight in at Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart, while Dublin's Kodaline debut in the Top 5.

    After welcoming his new daughter, North, to the world last weekend, Kanye West has more cause for more celebrations this today after discovering that his new album, Yeezus, has gone straight in at Number 1 on the UK’s Official Albums Chart!

    The follow-up to his critically acclaimed collaboration with Jay-Z, Watch The Throne, was produced by Rick Rubin (Beastie Boys, Public Enemy, Run DMC) and features guest appearances from Daft Punk, Frank Ocean, Kid Cudi, Charlie Wilson, and Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon among others.

    Yeezus is West’s first Number 1 album in the UK since 2007’s Graduation, and fourth Official Top 10 album over-all.

    Last week’s chart topper, 13 by Black Sabbath, is down one place to Number 2, while Dublin’s Kodaline -who had been leading the race to Number 1 on Wednesday’s Official Chart Update - are new in at Number 3 today with their debut album, In A Perfect World.

    This week’s Official Albums Chart Top 5 is completed by Rod Stewart’s Time (4) and Passenger’s All The Little Lights (5).

    New Releases

    Jay-Z protégé J. Cole scores his highest charting album to date with Born Sinner, which is new in at Number 7 today. Cole’s debut album, Cole World: The Sideline Story, peaked at Number 25 on the Official Albums Chart back in 2011.

    Meanwhile, Sigur Rós’ clock up their third UK Top 10 album with Kveikur (9). It is the Icelandic band’s first release for XL Recordings (Adele, Basement Jaxx, The xx).

    This week’s new entries are completed by award-winning composer Hans Zimmer’s soundtrack to the new Superman film, Man Of Steel (20), and Hayley Westenra’s new collection of traditional lullabies and mellow musical songs, Hushabye, at Number 35.
     
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    21 for #B next week please
     
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    Last week's 40 stays at 40 for its 40th week in the top 40

    GEEKGASM
     
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    Only one place for Mariah? Shame.
     
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    It seems like a "Till the World Ends" type chart trajectory. Lingers outside the top 20 for ages to collect a respectable albeit unspectacular total to lead the album to 100k sales.
     
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    Yeah I think at the very least this track has done the job of being a strong lead in for the album.

    I can see her best opening week since TEOM coming.
     
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    What was it funky said about 'Blurred Lines' - likely to do nothing for Robin Thicke? :basil:
     
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    :Oi:

    I said I couldn't see it doing anything... I was basing it on past failures more than anything else. I do find it weird that he finally gets a hit, a BIG hit, from his most uninteresting lead single (Madonna did this song 5 years ago, for instance)

    I guess tits still go a long way.

    It's nothing compared to 'Magic'
     
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    Yes. It is on par with VoR's "she's just NOT a popstar" re: Lady Gaga circa beginning of '09.
     
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    I think it is VERY MUCH timing. Had this come out one year ago, I am not sure it would've been anything more than a modest US hit and zilch in the UK. Pharrell's comeback, the fall of EDM, Justin really popularizing a more R&B friendly environment at radio, all helped Thicke's case. I'm just wondering now, if the massive success will carry over to a hit album, hit subsequent singles for him. Apparently much of the rest of the new album is pop friendlier as well.
     
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    I can see that happening yes. And it has come at a good time. It's so weird though because as he gets older he becomes more and more slimy and as much as I like his albums, he's such an unlikely pop star!
     
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    Why *is* Ghetto Superstar back? Is it just discounting again? Weird for it to be hanging around like that.
     
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    Mya died :(

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    It was really cheap on iTunes. I downloaded it a week ago for that reason.
     
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    Music Week Chart Analysis

    Official Charts Analysis: Yeezus sells 25k to reach No.1

    by Alan Jones

    SINGLES

    Pharrell Williams is featured vocalist on the number one single for the eighth time in nine weeks, with Blurred Lines by Robin Thicke feat. T.I. and Pharrell racking up its fourth straight week at number one to match the earlier four week run at the summit enjoyed by Daft Punk's Get Lucky, on which he was also guest vocalist. Williams' previous biggest seller, One (Your Name) - on which he obliged The Swedish House Mafia - sold 420,242 copies following its 2010 release - but Get Lucky and Blurred Lines have both gone far beyond that, and are the two biggest hits of the year to date.

    After three straight weeks in which it sold upwards of 190,000 copies, Blurred Lines suffers its first significant drop-off with sales dipping 31.30% last week to a still solid 133,052 copies. It jumps 6-2 on the year-to-date chart, with 718,057 sales. After nine straight weeks in the Top 5, Get Lucky dips 4-6 this week, with a further 47,592 sales lifting its overall tally to 977,622. Its millionth sale certain to occur within the next few days.

    Blurred Lines' continuing high sales deny - at least for the moment - Jason DeRulo the opportunity of achieving his third number one hit. The Other Side - the introductory single from his still to be named third album - scorches to a number two debut on sales of 91,650 copies. That's a personal sales best for DeRulo, beating the 76,581 copies that his second number one Don't Wanna Go Home, sold when it debuted at the summit exactly two years ago this week. His first number one In My Head, also debuted at the top, selling 68,134 copies as it did so in 2010. Neither track is DeRulo's biggest selling single, however - that would be Ridin' High, which reached number two in 2010. Although it never sold more than 46,550 copies in a week, it has amassed sales to date of 508,533, while In My Head has sold 421,218, and Don't Wanna Go Home has sold 372,780. The latter title isn't even number three on his all-time best-sellers list - Whatcha Say, his introductory hit (number three, 2009) has sold 405,426 copies. The Other Side's first week tally carry overall Derulo single sales past the 2.5m mark.

    Wild - his collaboration with Jessie J and Big Sean dips 6-8 (38,849 sales) on its fourth week in the Top 10 but Dizzee Rascal has another major hit with Goin' Crazy (feat. Robbie Williams), debuting at number five (51,430 sales). It's Dizzee's 11th Top 10 hit, and his 21st Top 40 hit, of which he has had lead (or joint) billing on all but four.

    His father getting angry with the NME for a no star review of his debut album Long Way Down - out today (24th) - seems to have had little effect on Tom Odell's first smash Another Love, which enters at number 10. It is actually a re-entry - the track was first made available for download last October and originally peaked at number 56 in January before being withdrawn. Back after a 14 week absence, the track previously sold more than 41,000 copies and now adds a further 33,022 sales. Two other songs from Long Way Down have charted - Can't Pretend reached number 67 in March and Hold Me got to number 44 in April.

    Singles in the Top 10 not mentioned hitherto: La La La slips 2-3 (69,792 sales) for Naughty Boy feat. Sam Smith, Let Her Go drifts 3-4 (59,505 sales) for Passenger, Dear Darlin' dips 5-7 (42,133 sales) for Olly Murs and Everything Has Changed falls 7-9 (36,687 sales) for Taylor Swift feat. Ed Sheeran.

    Do I Wanna Know is the first single from Arctic Monkeys' upcoming fifth album. Dropping on Wednesday, it sold 26,351 copies by close of business on Saturday to debut at number 11. It is the group's seventh Top 20 hit.

    Wasting My Young Years is the first single from London Grammar, and debuts at number 31 (10,785 sales).

    Andrea Begley was crowned as winner of BBC1's The Voice UK on Saturday, eclipsing ante post favourite Leah McFall. Begley's victory was just enough, in the short time window available, to earn her Top 75 debut, with a cover of Evanescence's My Immortal - which she performed in the final - selling 3,810 copies to enter at number 75. Evanescence's own version of the song - a number seven hit in 2003 - sold 67 copies more to re-enter the chart at number 74, and lift its career sales to 247,790. Begley's cover of The Lumineers' Ho Hey reaches a new peak (120-101, 2,709 sales) and her version of A-Ha's Take On Me debuts at number 103 (2,558 sales). McFall finished in the top three and saw a downturn in support in the week as a whole for I Will Survive (8-15, 22,810 sales) but climbed 105-36 (8,284 sales) with Killing Me Softly and debuted at number 85 (3,431 sales) with I Will Always Love You. Mike Ward, who also finished in the top three, moves 65-60 (4,612 sales) with When I Was Your Man, while Picking Up The Pieces advances 137-72 (4,034 sales).

    Two singles make modest improvements to reach new peaks this week: Bruno Mars' Treasure climbs 13-12 (25,391 sales), and #Beautiful edges 23-22 (13,690 sales) for Mariah Carey feat. Miguel. Crazy Kids is in more of a hurry for Ke$ha feat. Will.I.Am, leaping 75-35 (8,886 sales)

    Global smash I Love It was finally granted a UK release on Sunday for Swedish duo Icona Pop and British singer Charli XCX. The act's record company (Warner Music) has stood firm against releasing the track earlier and have suffered a substantial loss of sales to rival covers, not to mention illegal downloads. So far, no fewer than seven versions of the song have made the Top 200, some of them as I Love It (I Don't Care). Three weeks ago, Iconic Pop Band reached number 119; two weeks ago, Loreen Harris reached number 74 and Stephanie Treo reached number 195; last week, Venus Palermo reached number 71 and Glee Cast reached number 90 while Remix Junkies debuted at number 119. This week, Remix Junkies jump to number 49 (6,109 sales) - although their version was on sale four only four days in total (Friday 14th-Monday 17th) - while Remix Chix debut at number 61 (4,542 sales). Glee Cast falling to number 143 (1,742 sales) while Venus Palermo's version exits the Top 200s). Like the Remix Junkies version, most covers seem to have had very uneven sales, with sudden deletions and reinstatements blighting their chart careers.

    At least 50 other recordings of the song are available. It is, incidentally one of the biggest Glee Cast singles for a long time. Exactly 100 songs by Glee Cast have made the Top 75 - a total surpassed only by Elvis Presley and Cliff Richard in chart history - but the last of these, It's All Coming Back To Me Now, was over a year ago. The programme's transfer from E4 to Sky 1 has seen audiences tumble, and sales follow. When It's All Coming Back To Me Now charted, I noted that of 363 Glee Cast singles, three had made the Top 10, 30 had made the Top 40, 100 had made the Top 75 and 244 had reached the Top 200, with cumulative sales of 4,260,757. 13 months later, those figures for Top 10, Top 40 and Top 75 hits still apply - but the total number of Glee Cast singles is now 496, of which 254 have made the Top 200. Total sales of 4,904,959 include a whopping 523,875 copies of their first, highest charting and biggest single, the Journey cover Don't Stop Believin' (number two, 2010).

    Overall singles sales are down 0.22% week-on-week at 3,480,559 - 1.74% above same week 2012 sales of 3,421,065.

    ALBUMS

    Daring, distasteful, ignorant, raw, primal, visceral, extreme, narcissistic, intense, racist, dangerous, and controversial are just some of the adjectives being bandied around by a hyped-up press to describe Kanye West's new album Yeezus, which dropped unexpectedly on Tuesday, six days before it was originally intended, 10 days after his 36th birthday and three days after Kim Kardashian gave birth to his daughter - North West.

    In the maelstrom whipped up by its release, Yeezus sold 25,400 copies to debut atop the album chart. West's sixth solo album, it is his second number one, following Graduation, which opened at number one in 2007, on sales of 84,611 - his highest weekly tally. West's last chart album, Watch The Throne, was a collaboration with Jay-Z, which opened at number three in 2011 on sales of 30,856 copies. Prior to the release of Yeezus, West had sold 2,723,453 albums in the UK, with top title Late Registration - which debuted and peaked at number two in 2005, on sales of 67,240 - contributing 796,249. Three tracks from Yeezus enter the singles chart: Black Skinhead (number 48, 6,257 sales), New Slaves (number 97, 2,786 sales) and Blood On The Leaves (number 174, 1,421 sales).

    West's album is one of three new hip-hop titles to invade the chart this week: J. Cole's Born Sinner debuts at number seven (12,034 sales), while Mac Miller's Watching Moves With The Sound Off opens at number 56 (2,383 sales). The second albums for both Cole and Miller, they easily eclipse their debuts - Cole's Cole World: The Sideline Story debuted and peaked at number 25 (6,740 sales) in 2011, and Miller's Blue Slide Park failed to chart, achieving first week sales of 78 on its way to a cumulative tally of just 6,444, though Wikipedia erroneously credits it with reaching number 143.

    Before Yeezus was released, it looked like being a close thing between Black Sabbath - looking to remain number one with 13 - and In A Perfect World, Irish rock band Kodaline's debut album. In A Perfect World set the early pace, surging to a 30.11% lead on the first midweek sales flashes on Tuesday, but was only 8.02% ahead two days later, and ended up debuting at number three (20,924 sales), while 13 fell 1-2 (21,056 sales). All three Kodaline singles from In A Perfect World enjoy a bounce: latest hit Love Like This improves 35-34 (8,995 sales), High Hopes makes a vinyly satisfying 78-45 climb (6,832 sales) and All I Want re-enters at number 150 (1,630 sales). The singles peaked at 22, 16 and 74, respectively.

    Aiming for their third Top 10 album in the UK with their seventh studio album, Icelandic sound sculptors Sigur Ros' XL Recordings debut Kveikur opens at number nine (11,301 sales). Sigur Ros' highest chart position and biggest first week sale came from their fifth album Með suð í eyrum við spilum endalaust, which debuted and peaked at number five, on sales of 20,266 in 2008. Their last album, Valtari, debuted and peaked at number eight (11,136 sales) last year. Their biggest selling album, Takk... debuted and peaked at number 16 in 2005, selling exactly 14,900 copies on its way to overall sales of 292,310.

    German composer Hans Zimmer reached number 19 last year with his Batman soundtrack The Dark Knight Rises but switches his superhero allegiance to Superman for Man Of Steel, which debuts this week at number 20 (6,849 sales) as the film continues to dominate the box office charts. Both films were produced and written by Christopher Nolan. Zimmer's only other Top 20 entry is by far his biggest seller, however. Reaching number 17 in 2000, Gladiator - a collaboration with Lisa Gerrard - has sold 414,711 copies. The last Superman film, Superman Returns, was also a major success in 2006, but the soundtrack - by John Ottman - reached only number 130.

    Classical crossover singer Hayley Westenra has scored five UK Top 40 albums hitherto and the 26 year old Kiwi racks up her sixth - but lowest charting - with Hushabye (number 35, 3,862 sales). It includes both classical and regular songs, among them tracks sung entirely in Mandarin and Welsh - a perfect foil to Sigur Ros' entirely Icelandic album.

    Albums in the Top 10 not mentioned above: Rod Stewart's Time retreats 3-4 (18,796 sales), Passenger's All The Little Lights recovers 8-5 (15,904 sales), Daft Punk's Random Access Memories falls 4-6 (14,138 sales), Olly Murs' Right Place Right Place bounces 12-8 (11,475 sales) to achieve its highest position for 15 weeks, and Disclosure's Settle descends 5-10 (11,087 sales).

    After debuting at number two last week, Beady Eye's second album BE collapses to number 17 (8,111 sales), while there are also big second week falls for Status Quo's Bula Quo! soundtrack (10-32, 4,151 sales), Boards Of Canada's Tomorrow's Harvest (7-36, 3,754 sales), KT Tunstall's Invisible Empire/Crescent Moon (14-38, 3,510 sales) and, most spectacularly, Mark Owen's The Art Of Doing Nothing (29-120, 947 sales).

    Now That's What I Call 30 Years moves 2-1 (19,819 sales) to rack up its third week atop the compilation chart in total.

    Overall album sales are down 18.72% week-on-week at 1,483,625, as the Father's Day effect evaporates, and are 0.65% below same week 2012 sales of 1,493,265. Sales of the number one album are the lowest since Rihanna's Talk That Talk topped 44 weeks ago on painfully low sales of 9,578

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    Singles

    1 Robin Thicke/T.I./Pharrell 133,052 (718,057)
    2 Jason Derulo 91,650
    3 Naughty Boy/Sam Smith 69,492 (507,177)
    4 Passenger 59,505 (572,130)
    5 Dizzee Rascal/Robbie Williams 51,430
    6 Daft Punk/Pharrell Williams 47,592 (977,622)
    7 Olly Murs 42,133
    8 Jessie J/Big Sean/Dizzee Rascal 38,849 (185,722)
    9 Taylor Swift/Ed Sheeran 36,687
    10 Tom Odell 33,022 (74,000)
    11 Arctic Monkeys 26,351
    12 Bruno Mars 25,391

    16 Leah McFall [Will Survive] 22,810 (79,292)
    22 Mariah Carey/Miguel 13,690
    31 London Grammar 10,785
    34 Kodaline [Love Like This] 8,995
    35 Ke$ha/will.i.am 8,886
    36 Leah McFall [Killing Me Softly] 8,284

    45 Kodaline [High Hopes] 6,832
    48 Kanye West [Black Skinhead] 6,257
    49 Remix Junkies 6,109
    60 Mike Ward [When I Was Your Man] 4,612
    61 Remix Chix 4,542
    72 Mike Ward [Picking Up The Pieces] 4,034
    74 Evanescence 3,877 (247,790)
    75 Andrea Begley 3,810
    85 Leah McFall [I Will Always Love You] 3,431
    97 Kanye West [New Slaves] 2,786

    101 Andrea Begley [Hey Ho] 2,709
    103 Andrea Begley [One Of Us] 2,558
    143 Glee Cast 1,742
    150 Kodaline [All I Want] 1,630
    174 Kanye West [Blood On The Leaves] 1,421


    To Date Singles
    Glee Cast - Don't Stop Believin 523,875
    Jason Derulo - Ridin' Solo 508,533
    Jason Derulo - In My Head 421,218
    Jason Derulo - Watcha Say 405,426
    Jason Derulo - Wanna Go Home 374,780

    Albums

    1 Kanye West 25,400
    2 Black Sabbath 21,056
    3 Kodaline 20,924
    4 Rod Stewart 18,796
    5 Passenger 15,904
    6 Daft Punk 14,138
    7 J. Cole 12,034
    8 Olly Murs 11,475
    9 Sigur Ros 11,301
    10 Disclosure 11,007

    17 Beady Eye 8,111
    20 Hans Zimmer 6,849
    32 Status Quo 4,151
    35 Hayley Westenra 3,862
    36 Boards Of Canada 3,754
    38 KT Tunstall 3,510

    56 Mac Miller 2,383
    120 Mark Owen 947


    To Date Albums
    Hans Zimmer - Gladiator 414,711
    Sigur Ros - Takk 292,310
     
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    Talk that Talk was No.1 on less than 10,000 copies?! :o
     
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    I never noticed at the time! Post corrected!
     
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