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UK Top 10

NEVER MIND THE BOLLOCKS—IT'S THE U.K. TOP 10: Meanwhile, in the British Isles, local hero Ed Sheeran remains on top, Morrissey and Jungle debut and Dolly Parton continues her improbable run, while Ellie Goulding returns to the lreaderboard in her album's 93rd week of release. The Official Charts Company, which compiles the U.K. charts, also reports that the follow-up to Sam Smith’s breakthrough smash “Stay With Me” will be the languorous soul ballad “I’m Not the Only One.”

  1. Ed Sheeranx (Atlantic)
  2. *MorrisseyWorld Peace Is None of Your Business (Harvest)
  3. Dolly PartonBlue Smoke: The Best of (Masterworks)
  4. Sam SmithIn the Lonely Hour (Capitol)
  5. George EzraWanted on Voyage (Columbia)
  6. Paolo NutiniCaustic Love (Atlantic)
  7. *JungleJungle (XL Recordings)
  8. ColdplayGhost Stories (Parlophone)
  9. 5 Seconds of Summer5 Seconds of Summer (Capitol)
  10. Ellie GouldingHalcyon (Polydor)

 *Debut

On the singles chart, Rixton’s “Me and My Broken Heart” vaults to #1, supplanting will.i.am’s “It's My Birthday,” which slides to #3, while Ariana and Izzy’s “Problem” stays in the second slot. Ella Henderson’s “Ghost” and George Ezra’s “Budapest” occupy the other Top 5 positions. (7/21a)

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