Public Service Broadcasting at number one on UK Record Store Chart

 

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Public Service Broadcasting have topped this week’s UK Record Store Chart with ‘The Race For Space‘.

The chart, which is compiled entirely from sales registered at 100 of the UK’s leading independent music outlets, has the reissued, remastered version of Led Zeppelin‘s ‘Physical Graffiti‘ at #2, while Dutch Uncles are another new entry at #3 with ‘O Shudder‘.

Further back, Father John Misty has dropped from the summit to #5 with ‘I Love You, Honeybear‘, and First Aid Kit are back in the Top 20 courtesy of ‘Stay Gold‘.

UK Record Store Chart, Top 20:

1/ (new) Public Service Broadcasting – ‘The Race For Space’
2/ Led Zeppelin – ‘Physical Graffiti’
3/ (new) Dutch Uncles – ‘O Shudder’
4/ Royal Blood – ‘Royal Blood’
5/ Father John Misty – ‘I Love You, Honeybear’
6/ (new) Black Star Raiders – ‘The Killer Instinct’
7/ Sam Smith – ‘In The Lonely Hour’
8/ Ed Sheeran – ‘x’
9/ George Ezra – ‘Wanted On Voyage’
10/ (new) Pop Group – ‘Citizen Zombie’
11/ (new) Songhoy Blues – ‘Music In Exile’
12/ Bob Dylan – ‘Shadows In The Night’
13/ Belle & Sebastian – ‘Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance’
14/ Hozier – ‘Hozier’
15/ The Unthanks – ‘Mount The Air’
16/ Paloma Faith – ‘A Perfect Contradiction’
17/ (new) Scorpions – ‘Return To Forever’
18/ The War On Drugs – ‘Lost In The Dream’
19/ Peace – ‘Happy People’
20/ First Aid Kit – ‘Stay Gold’

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