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NEVERMIND THE BOLLOCKS—IT'S THE U.K. TOP 10
Mumford & Sons Remain #1 on the U.K. Album Chart

Mumford & Sons continue to hold strong on the U.K. album chart, holding the #1 slot for a second week. Eric Clapton has the only debut in the Top 15, as Forever Man appears at #8, while, Taylor Swift's 1989 hops back into the Top 5.

1. Mumford & SonsWilder Mind (Gentlemen of the Road/Island)
2. Sam SmithIn the Lonely Hour (Capitol)
3. HozierHozier (Island)
4. Taylor Swift1989 (EMI)
5. Paul SimonThe Ultimate Collection (Sony Music CG)
6. Meghan TrainorTitle (Epic)
7. Ed SheeranX (Asylum)
8. Eric ClaptonForever Man (Rhino)*
9. James BayChaos and the Calm (Republic)
10. Sia1000 Forms of Fear (Monkey Puzzle/RCA)

On the singles side, only two debuts made it into the Top 60, and both landed in the Top 5. LunchMoney Lewis bows at #2 with "Bills," as it bounds #23-9 at BBC Radio 1 and sits in the Top 10 at Radio 2Galantis appears at #4, leaping #36-20 at Radio 1. OMI remains #1 for another week, as "Cheerleader" moves #11-7 at Capital Radio and is added at Heart. The track is also in the Top 20 at both Radio 1 and 2.

1. OMI, "Cheerleader (Felix Jaehn remix)" (Ultra)
2. LunchMoney Lewis, "Bills" (Kemosabe/RCA)*
3. Wiz Khalifa f/Charlie Puth, "See You Again" (Atlantic)
4. Galantis, "Runaway (U & I)" (Big Beat)*
5. Major Lazer f/MO & DJ Snake, "Lean On" (Because Music)
6. Carly Rae Jepsen, "I Really Like You" (Interscope)
7. Skrillex & Diplo w/Justin Bieber, "Where Are U Now" (Atlantic)
8. Jess Glynne, "Hold My Hand" (East West)
9. Blonde f/Alex Newell, "All Cried Out" (FFRR)
10. Kygo f/Conrad Sewell, "Firestone" (Epic)

*debuts

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