The King Blues at number one on UK Record Store Chart

kingbluesThe King Blues‘ latest, and perhaps last, LP ‘Long Live The Struggle‘ has topped this week’s UK Record Store Chart, which is compiled entirely from sales registered at independent record stores up and down Britain.

Last week’s number one, Linkin Park‘s ‘Living Things‘, drops to #8 while the remastered re-issue of Paul Simon‘s classic ‘Graceland‘ album jumps thirty places to chart at #2.

Elsewhere, The Tallest Man On Earth‘s ‘There’s No Leaving Now‘ has also climbed significantly this week to #5 and Alabama Shakes‘ debut ‘Boys and Girls‘ continues to hold strong in the top ten (#6).

UK Record Store Album Chart, Top 20:

1/ The King Blues – ‘Long Live The Struggle’
2/ Paul Simon – ‘Graceland’
3/ Alt-J – ‘An Awesome Wave’
4/ Hot Chip – ‘In Our Heads’
5/ The Tallest Man On Earth – ‘There’s No Leaving Now’
6/ Alabama Shakes – ‘Boys and Girls’
7/ Mary Chapin Carpenter – ‘Ashes and Roses’
8/ Linkin Park – ‘Living Things’
9/ Jack White – ‘Blunderbuss’
10/ Smashing Pumpkins – ‘Oceania’
11/ Can – ‘The Lost Tapes’
12/ Bobby Womack – ‘The Bravest Man In The Universe’
13/ Beach House – ‘Bloom’
14/ Emeli Sande – ‘Our Version Of Events’
15/ King’s College Choir – ‘England My England’
16/ Adele – ’21’
17/ Lana Del Rey – ‘Born To Die’
18/ Public Image Ltd. – ‘This Is PiL’
19/ First Aid Kit – ‘The Lion’s Roar’
20/ Amy McDonald – ‘Life In a Beautiful Light’

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