Neil Young & Crazy Horse top first Record Store Chart of 2013

By Live4ever - Posted on 07 Jan 2013 at 4:32am



Neil Young & Crazy Horse‘s ‘Psychedelic Pill‘ album has jumped fourteen places to top the first UK Record Store Chart of 2013.

Jake Bugg‘s eponymous debut has also climbed to place at #2 this week, with Mumford & Sons one further position back. Elsewhere, Tame Impala and Led Zeppelin are enjoying Top 10 places, while Alt-J’s ‘An Awesome Wave‘ is at #15.

The UK Record Store Chart was one of a number of initiatives launched last year to boost interest in vinyl records, and is compiled entirely from sales registered at Britain’s independent record shops. The campaigns seem to be working, with sales of LPs on the vinyl format reported to have jumped by 15% year-on-year during 2012.

UK Record Store Album Chart, Top 20:

1/ Neil Young & Crazy Horse – ‘Psychedelic Pill’
2/ Jake Bugg – ‘Jake Bugg’
3/ Mumford & Sons – ‘Babel’
4/ Emeli Sande – ‘Our Version Of Events’
5/ Grimes – ‘Visions’
6/ Led Zeppelin – ‘Celebration Day’
7/ Neil Diamond – ‘The Very Best Of’
8/ Tame Impala – ‘Lonerism’
9/ Goat – ‘World Music’
10/ Paloma Faith – ‘Fall To Grace’
11/ Django Django – ‘Django Django’
12/ Lana Del Rey – ‘Born To Die’
13/ Fun – ‘Some Nights’
14/ Ben Howard – ‘Every Kingdom’
15/ Alt-J – ‘An Awesome Wave’
16/ Labrinth – ‘Electronic Earth’
17/ The Vaccines – ‘The Vaccines Come Of Age’
18/ One Direction – ‘Take Me Home’
19/ Rita Ora – ‘Ora’
20/ Ed Sheeran – ‘+’



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