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THE CAKE AND
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Blighty Beat
U.K. MIDWEEKS: A RACE FOR #1
10/12/20

TravisHeadie One and John Lennon are locked in a three-way battle for the U.K.’s Official Albums #1 this week. Over on singles, Headie One looks set to claim a career peak with "Ain’t It Different" (Relentless).

Just 364 chart sales separate the Top 3 at the midweek stage. Travis are currently leading the way with 10 Songs (BMG), followed by Headie One’s debut, Edna (Relentless), and a new Lennon collection, Gimme Some Truth (Apple Corps)—produced by Yoko Ono and son Sean—at #3. The self-released debut from D-Block Europe, The Blue Print–Us vs Them, is new at #5.

The expanded edition rof Tears for Fears’ 1989 #1 The Seeds of Love (Mercury Records) is just outside the Top 5 at #6; Dire Straits discography collection The Studio Albums 1978-1991 (UMC) follows at #7; t a vinyl reissue of Iron Maiden’s self-titled album (Parlophone) is #8, and Suede’s greatest hits Beautiful Ones: The Best of Suede (Demon Records) is #9.

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