The Blur man's debut solo album 'Everyday Robots' has gone in at Number Two
Paolo Nutini has held onto the Number One spot in the Official UK Albums Chart for a third week. His third LP ‘Caustic Love’ has now sold more than 198,000 copies and the album also has the honour of being the fastest selling artist record of 2014, reports the Official Charts Company.
Damon Albarn‘s first solo album ‘Everyday Robots’ went in at Number Two, followed by Imelda May’s third album, ‘Tribal’. Embrace‘s first new album in almost eight years, their self-titled sixth album, has gone in at Number Five, followed by Pixies at Number Six, with ‘Indie Cindy’. Brody Dalle‘s ‘Diploid Love’ entered the chart at Number 33.
Calvin Harris has topped the Official UK Singles Chart for the sixth time with his latest release, ‘Summer’. The track is the first to be taken from the Scottish DJ and producer’s forthcoming fourth album, and outsold last week’s Number One – ‘Waves’ by Mr Probz – by almost 7,000 copies, pushing ‘Waves’ into the Number Two spot. Elsewhere in the Official UK Singles Chart, ‘Hideaway’ by Kiesza is at Number Three, ‘Nobody To Love’ by Sigma at Number Four and ‘All Of Me’ by John Legend is at Number Five.
Michael Jackson has also made a mark on the chart, with ‘Love Never Felt So Good’, the opening song from his forthcoming posthumous album, ‘Xscape’, in at Number 27, despite only being on sale for 24 hours.