Manic Street Preachers have split their sixth studio album into two distinct parts.
Manic Street Preachers are among the new entries on the UK Record Store Chart with their reissue of Know Your Enemy.
Robbie Williams leads the Top 5 debuts on the latest chart, while Peter Hook climbs a few places from last week with Joy Division Orchestrated.
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) Robbie Williams – XXV
2/ (new) The Amazons – How Will I Know If Heaven Will Find Me
3/ (new) Ozzy Osbourne – Patient Number 9
4/ (new) Jockstrap – I Love You Jennifer B
5/ (new) Manic Street Preachers – Know Your Enemy
6/ (new) Julian Lennon – Jude
7/ (new) Sheku Kanneh-Mason – Song
8/ (new) The Afghan Whigs – How Do You Burn
9/ (new) Oliver Sim – Hideous Bastard
10/ (new) Parkway Drive – Darker Still
11/ Peter Hook – Joy Division Orchestrated
12/ (new) Stella Donnelly – Flood
13/ Daft Punk – Alive 2007
14/ Sudan Archives – Natural Brown Prom Queen
15/ (new) High Vis – Blending
16/ (new) Slade – All The World Is A Stage
17/ Danger Mouse & Black Thought – Cheat Codes
18/ (new) Built To Spill – When The Wind Forgets Your Name
19/ Daft Punk – Human After All
20/ (new) Sinfonia Of London/Wilson – Hollywood Soundstage