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UMG'S VALUATION NEARS $55B
Day one begins. (9/21a)
SAVE THE DATE: GRAMMY NOMS REVEALED 11/23
Whoa, that's early. (9/21a)
A HARD DAY’S
HITS LIST
Stars across the board (9/21a)
NEAR TRUTHS:
THE LUCIAN DECADE
A history lesson from I.B. Bad (9/21a)
SIR LUCIAN TURNS IT UP
As UMG goes solo, Grainge discusses leading the band. (9/20a)
HITS' 35TH ANNIVERSARY
A chronicle of the inexplicable.
GRAMMY: ALBUM OF THE YEAR
We make yet more predictions, which you are free to ignore.
2022 TOURS
May we all be vaxxed by then.
ROCK'S NEW CHAPTER
Power pop, global glam and the return of the loud.
Blighty Beat
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.