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George Ezra Tops the Album Chart. Jolly Good.

Columbia's breakout singer/songwriter George Ezra jumps #3-1 this week, giving him the top-selling album across the pond. Meanwhile, labelmate Hozier bounds #10-5, and Blue Note jazz vocalist Gregory Porter, who's reported to have recently recorded a track with EDM duo Disclosure, makes a gargantuan leap, moving #104-13 with 2013's Grammy-winning Liquid Spirit after the release of its deluxe edition.

1. George EzraWanted on Voyage (Columbia)
2. Ed Sheehan, X (Asylum)
3. Sam Smith, In the Lonely Hour (Capitol)
4. Taylor Swift, 1989 (EMI)
5. Hozier, Hozier (Island)
6. Olly Murs, Never Been Better (Epic)
7. Paloma Faith, A Perfect Contradiction (RCA)
8. Paolo Nutini, Caustic Love (Atlantic)
9. One Direction, FOUR (SYCO)
10. Ella Henderson, Chapter One (SYCO)

On the singles side,  Mark Ronson f/Bruno Mars' "Uptown Funk" (Columbia) remains #1, while Sam Smith's "Like I Can" (Capitol) breaks into the Top 10 and Sia's "Elastic Heart" (Monkeypuzzle/RCA) bounds #61-13.

 

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