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BALL & BOE TOGETHER AGAIN AT #1
11/6/17

Decca’s Ball & Boe have pipped Stereophonics to the post by just 35 sales on the U.K.’s Official Albums Chart with Together Again scoring a second #1 for the duo. Together Again sold 43.8k this week. It's the second album from Ball & Boe, who debuted at #2 with Together last November on 45k sales, before becoming one of 2016's biggest sellers on 512k by year’s end. 

Stereophonics end at #2 with their 10th studio album and debut for ParlophoneScream Above the Sounds, selling 43.76k—just short of the 45k its self-released predecessor, Keep The Village Alive, did first week in 2015. UMG label Decca has another high entry at #3 with Gregory Porter’s Nat King Cole & Me.

Over on the Official Singles Chart, Camila Cabello has her first #1 with “Havana” (Syco) f/Young Thug.

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