David Bowie dominates chart for second week as ‘Blackstar’ remains at Number One

The Eagles also re-enter chart following Glenn Frey's death

David Bowie remains at Number One this week following the tragic news of his death earlier this month.

Bowie’s final album ‘Blackstar’ was released on his 69th birthday (January 8), two days before he passed away (January 10).

The Official Charts Company has now announced that Bowie dominates the UK Albums Chart for a second week, with ‘Blackstar’ staying at Number One and nine Bowie albums in the chart in total.

Compilation album ‘Best Of Bowie’ is at Number Three, 2014 best-of ‘Nothing Has Changed’ is at Number 6, while ‘Hunky Dory’, ‘The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust’, ‘Aladdin Sane’, ‘The Next Day’, ‘Low’ and ‘Let’s Dance’ are also in the Top 40.

Adele‘s ’25’ is up to Number Two, Panic! At The Disco debut at Number Four and Justin Bieber‘s ‘Purpose’ completes the Top Five.

Daughter debut at Number 17 with second album ‘Not To Disappear’, while Mystery Jets enter at Number 30 with ‘Curve Of The Earth’.


The Eagles‘ ‘Complete Greatest Hits’ re-enters the chart at Number 29 following the death of guitarist Glenn Frey.