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UK Top 10

NEVER MIND THE BOLLOCKS, HERE’S THE TOP 10: Yes, there are 10 albums in the U.K. Top 10, just like in the States. What’s different about the British weekly sales chart is that it appears immediately after the weekend. Here’s the latest, sans totals, via the Official Charts Company:

1. *Lily Allen, Sheezus (Parlophone)
2. Gary Barlow, Since I Saw You Last (Polydor)
3. Paolo Nutini, Caustic Love (Atlantic)
4. Paloma Faith, A Perfect Contradiction (RCA)
5. *Blackstone Cherry, Magic Mountain (Roadrunner)
6. *The Horrors, Luminous (XL Recordings)
7. John Legend, Love in the Future (Columbia)
8. *Damon Albarn, Everyday Robots (Parlophone)
9. Anastacia, Resurrection (BMG Rights)
10. Aloe Blacc, Lift Your Spirit (Interscope

*Debut

What’s also different about this week’s U.K. Top 10 is that it has just one album in common with our projected list of U.S. top sellers (see 5/8 item Your Top 15-ish): Lily Allen’s debuting Sheezus, which we have selling 17-19k, good enough for #9 or 10 on this side of the pond. That’s right, kiddies—you can sell less than 20k and still make the big board in this great country of ours. (5/12a)

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