My Bloody Valentine re-releases dominate latest UK Record Store Chart

My Bloody Valentine by Paul Rider

My Bloody Valentine by Paul Rider

The My Bloody Valentine back catalogue has been refreshed after the band signed a deal with Domino.

The physical re-releases which were announced with the news that My Bloody Valentine had signed with Domino Records and made their music available on digital streaming services for the first time back in March have proved popular at the UK’s independent record shops this week.

The band’s enduring 1991 effort Loveless leads the way, with Isn’t Anything at #5, MBV at #7 and the rarities and EPs collection at #15.

Elsewhere, Gruff Rhys enters at #2 with his new solo album Seeking New Gods, and after gaining some ground aheadof its full release yesterday, black midi’s second LP Cavalcade begins life at #16.

It’s now nine years since The Official Charts Company launched this chart as vinyl sales surged during the last decade, a trend which continued in 2020 as the format grew for the 13th consecutive year. It is compiled from the best selling albums at 100 of Britain’s leading independent music shops.

UK Record Store Chart, Top 20:

1/ My Bloody Valentine – Loveless
2/ (new) Gruff Rhys – Seeking New Gods
3/ (new) Waterparks – Greatest Hits
4/ (new) Gary Numan – Intruder
5/ My Bloody Valentine – Isn’t Anything
6/ (new) Lambchop – Showtunes
7/ (new) My Bloody Valentine – MBV
8/ St Vincent – Daddy’s Home
9/ Paul Weller – Fat Pop
10/ Squid – Bright Green Field
11/ The Black Keys – Delta Kream
12/ Sons Of Kemet – Black To The Future
13/ (new) Billie Marten – Flora Fauna
14/ (new) Mdou Moctar – Afrique Victime
15/ My Bloody Valentine – EP’s 1988-1991 And Rare Tracks
16/ (new) black midi – Cavalcade
17/ (new) Fiddlehead – Between The Richness
18/ Daft Punk – Random Access Memories
19/ (new) We Are The Ocean – Go Now And Live
20/ Royal Blood – Typhoons

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