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U.K. CHARTS: GALLAGHER’S DOZEN
6/18/21

 

Noel Gallagher has claimed his 12th U.K. Official Albums #1 with "best of" collection, Back The Way We Came Vol. 1 (2011-2021) (Sour Mash). Over on singles, Olivia Rodrigo’s “good 4 u” (Polydor) remains on top.

Gallagher’s new release, which chronicles his post-Oasis career with High Flying Birds, lands at the top with 28k sales this week, 9,300 of which were on vinyl.

Meanwhile, Rodrigo’s Sour holds at #2, and Polo G is new at #3 with Hall of Fame (Columbia). Last week’s #1, Blue Weekend (Dirty Hit) by Wolf Alice, slips to #4, and Garbage’s No Gods No Masters (BMG) closes out the Top 5; it’s their highest charting record since 2005’s Bleed Like Me.

Comedian Bo Burnham enters at #6 with his self-released Inside (The Songs), while a deluxe edition of Jessie Ware’s What’s Your Pleasure (EMI) sends the album back into the Top 10 at #7. Finally, Migos land at #9 with Culture III (UMG).

On the U.K.’s Official Singles chart, Rodrigo’s “good 4 u” claims its fourth consecutive week at the top making it the longest-reigning #1 rock single in 18 years. The track shifted 9.3m U.K. streams this week.

Galantis, David Guetta and Little Mix climb two to #4 with “Heartbreak Anthem” (Atlantic), a new peak for the track, and ArrDee’s “Oliver Twist” (Island) climbs one to #6.

“I Wanna Be Your Slave” from Italian rockers and Eurovision winners, RCA’s Måneskin, climbs five places into the Top 10 at #7.

Mimi Webb lands straight in at #12 with this week’s highest new entry, “Dumb Love” (RCA), and Lorde returns with “Solar Power” (EMI) at #17.