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U.K. CHARTS: ANOTHER F*#!NG #1 FOR LANA

Lana Del Rey registered her fourth U.K. #1 album as Norman F**king Rockwell (Polydor) shoots to the top slot in its debut week. Ed Sheeran, who has the #2 album, continues to rule the singles side of the Official U.K. Chart thanks to a new remix.

Del Rey finished with 12,000 more sales than Sheeran’s No 6 Collaborations Project (Atlantic). Two-thirds of her tally came from physical sales; No 6 Collaborations Project is the week's most streamed album.

Tool returns to the Official Albums Chart for the first time in more than 13 years with Fear Inoculum (Music for Nations) going in at #4, while the 25th anniversary reissue of Oasis' debut Definitely Maybe (Big Brother) lands at #6.

The solo debut from Kasabian’s Serge PizzornoThe S.L.P. (Sony), is #7 followed by British rapper Kano’s Hoodies All Summer (Parlophone) at #8. Sheryl Crow returns to the Top 10 for the first time in 16 years with her final album Threads (Big Machine) at #10.

The physical release of Bon Iver's i,i (Jagjaguwar) resulted in the album rocketing up 93 places to #11. Lil Tecca's debut, We Love You Tecca (Galactic), is in at #15.

At singles, Sheeran and Stormzy land a second week at #1 with “Take Me Back To London” as the track continues to enjoy a boost from a remix by producer Sir Spyro featuring rappers Jaykae and Aitch. It leads its closest competition, “Higher Love” by Kygo and Whitney Houston  by 22,500 combined sales.

Post Malone takes the week’s highest new entry honors, debuting at #11 with “Circles.” On a related theme, Sam Feld f/Rani’s “Post Malone” rises 10 spots to #16.

Aitch has two tracks in the Top 10: “Taste (Make It Shake)” (Since 93) climbs three slots to a new high of #4 and Young T & Bugsey f/Aitch’sStrike A Pose” is up two to #10.

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