Coldplay’s ‘Ghost Stories’ remains on top of UK Record Store Chart

Chris Martin, Coldplay (Photo: Paul Bachmann for Live4ever Media)

Chris Martin, Coldplay (Photo: Paul Bachmann for Live4ever Media)

Coldplay‘s new album ‘Ghost Stories‘ has remained on top of the UK Record Store Chart this week.

The band’s sixth studio effort holds off new entries from Sharon Van Etten and Sam Smith – who has just secured the UK’s fastest selling debut of 2014.

Further back, the re-release of Oasis‘ debut ‘Definitely Maybe‘ is at #6, Wilko Johnson and Roger Daltrey‘s collaborative effort ‘Going Back Home‘ is at no.10 and Damon Albarn‘s first solo record ‘Everyday Robots‘ has crept back into the top 20.

UK Record Store Chart, Top 20:

1/ Coldplay – ‘Ghost Stories’
2/ Sharon Van Etten – ‘Are We There?’
3/ Sam Smith – ‘In The Lonely Hour’
4/ Rubberband’ The Black Keys – ‘Turn Blue’
5/ Neil Young – ‘A Letter Home’
6/ Oasis – ‘Definitely Maybe’
7/ Paolo Nutini – ‘Caustic Love’
8/ Mongol Horde – ‘Mongol Horde’
9/ Michael Jackson – ‘Xscape’
10/ Wilko Johnson & Roger Daltrey – ‘Going Back Home’
11/ Bury Tomorrow – ‘Runes’
12/ Paloma Faith – ‘A Perfect Contradiction’
13/ Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott – ‘What Have We Become?’
14/ Pixies – ‘Indie Cindy’
15/ Pharrell Williams – ‘Girl’
16/ Arctic Monkeys – ‘AM’
17/ Swans – ‘To Be Kind’
18/ The Horrors – ‘Luminous’
19/ War On Drugs – ‘Lost In The Dream’
20/ Damon Albarn – ‘Everyday Robots’

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