Artists who enjoyed successful shows at last weekend’s Glastonbury festival feature heavily on this week’s UK Album chart, with Sunday headliner Beyonce topping the charts with new album ‘4‘.
UK newcomer Jessie J, who performed at Worthy Farm with a broken foot, climbs to #6, while Mumford & Sons, whose Friday set enjoyed significant coverage on the BBC, climbs nine places to re-enter the Top 20 (#17). Elsewhere, other Glastonbury performers including Cee Lo Green and Noah & The Whale also enjoyed a sales boost this week.
Top 20 Albums:
1/ Beyonce – 4
2/ Adele – 21
3/ Lady Gaga – Born This Way
4/ Take That – Progress
5/ Adele – 19
6/ Jessie J – Who You Are
7/ Caro Emerald – Deleted Scenes From The Cutting Room Floor
8/ Bruno Mars – Doo Wops & Hooligans
9/ Biffy Clyro – Revolutions – Live At Wembley
10/ Kaiser Chiefs – The Future Is Medieval
11/ Rihanna – Loud
12/ Chase & Status – No More Idols
13/ Cee Lo Green – The Lady Killer
14/ Stevie Nicks – In Your Dreams
15/ Bon Iver – Bon Iver
16/ Arctic Monkeys – Suck It and See
17/ Mumford & Sons – Sigh No More
18/ Bad Meets Evil – Hell The Sequel
19/ Foo Fighters – Wasting Light
20/ Noah & The Whale – Last Night On Earth
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