Oxford four-piece Glass Animals score a profession high with Dreamland (Polydor), new at No. 2. The LP quickly eclipses the No. 23 best of their sophomore and latest album, How to Be a Human Being, from 2016. Dreamland is the very best selling vinyl title of the week.
Heavy metal veterans Deep Purple take pleasure in a rare Top 5 look as Whoosh! (Ear Music) bows at No. 4. Its the Hall of Famers 21st studio album, and 11th Top 10 effort, the last with 2017s Infinite peaking at No. 6. Whoosh! is the famous English rockers highest-charting album because their 1980 chart-topper Deepest Purple.
Impacting the U.K. albums chart this week is K-pop superstars BTS with Map of the Soul: 7– The Journey (EMI), their latest Japanese-language album. Its brand-new at No. 35, for the boy bands fourth U.K. Top 40 title.
Taylor Swift logs a 3rd successive week atop the Official U.K. Albums Chart with Folklore (EMI), as Joel Corry and MNEKs “Head & & Heart “(Asylum/Perfect Havoc) locks-up a full month at No. 1 on the national songs study.
Swifts latest set rules the present chart frame after blasting away the competition by a margin of 6,000 chart sales, according to the Official Charts Company. Its the U.S. pop stars 5th leader in the territory.
Oxford four-piece Glass Animals score a profession high with Dreamland (Polydor), new at No. 2. The LP quickly eclipses the No. 23 finest of their sophomore and most recent album, How to Be a Human Being, from 2016. (Ear Music) bows at No. 4.
Over on the Official U.K. Singles Chart, Joel Corry and MNEKs “Head & & Heart “extends its streak at No. 1 to four weeks. In its 6th frame, “Head & & Heart” clocked in with 81,000 charts sales, consisting of 9.9 million audio and video streams, for its strongest week.
The highest new entry comes from Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion as their power collaboration “WAP” (Atlantic Records) opens at No. 4. Its Cardis fifth U.K. Top 10 and Megans 2nd, and their strongest launching efficiency on the singles chart to date, the OCC reports.
Somewhere else on the chart, theres a significant climb for “Mood Swings” (Republic Records), recorded by the late U.S. rapper Pop Smoke and Lil Tjay. Its up 16-8, for Pops 2nd U.K. Top 10 and a brand-new career high (“The Woo” reached No. 9 in July).
The Official U.K. Singles and Albums Charts are released late Friday.