Foo Fighters lead latest UK Record Chart as Dee Gees

Dave Grohl with Foo Fighters. Live @ Madison Square Garden , NYC (Photo: Paul Bachmann)

Dave Grohl with Foo Fighters. Live @ Madison Square Garden , NYC (Photo: Paul Bachmann)

Foo Fighters lead an entirely new Top 20.

Foo Fighters are at number one on the UK Record Store Chart courtesy of their Bee Gees transformation Hail Satin.

The second ‘drop’ date of Record Store Day 2021 has brought a decidedly fresh feel to the Top 20, but Stephen Fretwell’s Busy Guy is one of the more conventional new releases to break into the Top 10.

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/ (new) Foo Fighters – Dee Gees Hail Satin
2/ (new) Black Sabbath – Master Of Reality
3/ (new) Sisters Of Mercy – BBC Sessions 1982-1984
4/ (new) The Cure – Wild Mood Swings
5/ (new) KSI – All Over The Place
6/ (new) Stephen Fretwell – Busy Guy
7/ (new) The Rolling Stones – Hot Rocks
8/ (new) The Clash – If Music Could Talk
9/ (new) The Selecter – Live In Coventry 1979
10/ (new) The – Cranberries – Stars: The Best Of 1992-2002
11/ (new) Cat Stevens – Harold And Maude OST
12/ (new) Crosby Stills Nash & Young – Deja Vu Alternates
13/ (new) Alkaline Trio – From Here To Infirmary
14/ (new) Beastie Boys – Aglio E Olio
15/ (new) Miles Davis – Champions: Rare Miles From The Complete
16/ (new) Hawkwind – Greasy Truckers Party
17/ (new) Bastille – Vs Other People’s Heartache Pt 3
18/ (new) Ash – BBC Sessions 1994-1999
19/ (new) Ramones – Triple J: Live At The Wireless
20/ (new) Clairo – Sling

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