Kings Of Leon's 'Come Around Sundown' set to be fastest-selling album of 2010

Meanwhile The Wanted and Bruno Mars are battling it out in the singles chart

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Kings Of Leon look set to score the fastest-selling album of 2010 with their new effort 'Come Around Sundown'.

According to today's (October 20) official midweek chart the album, which was released on Monday, is heading straight to Number One.

Eminem's 'Recovery' is the only album to have sold more copies in a single week so far this year.

Robbie Williams' 'In And Out Of Consciousness' compilation is the midweek Number Two.

In the singles stakes The Wanted's new single 'Heart Vacancy' is jostling with Bruno Mars' 'Just The Way You Are (Amazing)' for the top spot.

Check NME.COM on Sunday from 7pm (BST) to find out this week's final chart positions.

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