Johnny Marr among new entries on UK Record Store Chart

Johnny Marr

Central Cee is at number one ahead of Johnny Marr on the chart.

Johnny Marr’s latest solo album Fever Dreams Pts 1-4 is among the many new entries on this week’s UK Record Store Chart.

The likes of Tears For Fears, Gang Of Youths, Glasvegas and Keeley Forsyth also have debuts on the chart this week, while Sea Power are down from the top spot to #13 with Everything Was Forever.

A decade ago, The Official Charts Company began compiling the UK Record Store Chart to reflect the boom in vinyl sales which had begun during the previous decade. Its figures are taken from the best selling albums at 100 of Britain’s leading independent music shops.

UK Record Store Chart, Top 20:

1/ (new) Central Cee – 23
2/ (new) Johnny Marr – Fever Dreams Pts 1-4
3/ (new) Tears For Fears – The Tipping Point
4/ (new) Gang Of Youths – Angel In Realtime
5/ (new) Bakar – Nobody’s Home
6/ (new) Caroline – Caroline
7/ (new) Glasvegas – Godspeed
8/ (new) Half Man Half Biscuit – The Voltarol Years
9/ (new) King Hannah – I’m Not Sorry I Was Just Being Me
10/ (new) Holodrum – Holodrum
11/ (new) Binker & Moses – Feeding The Machine
12/ (new) Keeley Forsyth – Limbs
13/ Sea Power – Everything Was Forever
14/ Black Country, New Road – Ants From Up There
15/ alt-J – The Dream
16/ Doves – The Universal Want
17/ Khruangbin & Leon Bridges – Texas Moon
18/ (new) Robert Glasper – Black Radio III
19/ (new) Dodgy – The A&M Years
20/ Big Thief – Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe In You

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