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U.K. MIDWEEKS: HAPPY SOUNDS FOR STEREOPHONICS  

Stereophonics are leading an all-new Top 3 on the U.K’s Official Albums midweek chart with their 10th studio album and debut for Parlophone,  Scream Above The Sounds; it has sold 34k combined since Friday. Decca duo Michael Ball & Alfie Boe are #2, followed by another Decca/Blue Note release, Gregory Porter’s Nat King Cole & Me.

Should Scream Above The Sounds maintain its top spot, the album will be Stereophonics’ seventh #1. Ball & Boe’s second album, Together Again, is currently 11k sales behind. Porter is set for his highest charting album yet with his album featuring covers of Nat King Cole classics.

Over on the singles chart, Camila Cabello has replaced Post Malone at the #1 spot with “Havana” (Syco) f/Young Thug sitting 3.5k combined sales ahead of “Rockstar” (Island). Ed Sheeran is back in the Top 5 with “Perfect” (Atlantic) rising two places to #5, while “Wolves” (Interscope) from Selena Gomez & Marshmello could be this week’s highest new entry at #14. 

 

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