Radiohead have given a reissue to their 2000/01 studio albums.
Kid A Mnesia – a three-part 21st anniversary re-release of Kid A and Amnesiac from Radiohead – is leading the latest UK Record Store Chart.
ABBA are next up in a Top 10 comprising entirely of new entries with their comeback record Voyage, while The War On Drugs’ I Don’t Live Here Anymore drops to #11.
It’s 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) Radiohead – Kid A Mnesia
2/ (new) ABBA – Voyage
3/ (new) James Arthur – It’ll All Make Sense In The End
4/ (new) Bullet For My Valentine – Bullet For My Valentine
5/ (new) Snail Mail – Valentine
6/ (new) Gregory Porter – Still Rising
7/ (new) Ross From Friends – Tread
8/ (new) Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night – The Future
9/ (new) Fur – When You Walk Away
10/ (new) Gnod – La Mort Du Sens
11/ The War On Drugs – I Don’t Live Here Anymore
12/ (new) Fela Kuti – Fela’s London Scene
13/ Richard Ashcroft – Acoustic Hymns Vol 1
14/ (new) Garbage – Beautiful Garbage
15/ (new) Nolan Potter – Music Is Dead
16/ Ed Sheeran – =
17/ (new) Curtis Harding – If Words Were Flowers
18/ (new) Lucid Express – Lucid Express
19/ (new) Emma Ruth Rundle – Engine Of Hell
20/ (new) Sister Cookie – In The Blue Corner