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U.K. CHARTS: FATHER 'S DAY

Green Day has scored its fourth #1 album in the U.K. as Father Of All… (Reprise) goes straight in atop this week’s Official Albums Chart. At singles, Justin Bieber has the week’s highest new entry.

Father Of All …, the band’s 13th studio album, logged more than 23,000 chart sales, including 3,800 vinyl sales where it was the week’s best seller. Green Day first hit #1 in the U.K. in 2004 with American Idiot.

British alt-pop duo Oh Wonder register their second Top 10 album as No One Else Can Wear Your Crown (Island) comes in at #8. It’s the  week’s biggest seller in U.K. independent record shops.

Bryan Ferry’s Live At The Royal Albert Hall 1974 (BMG) is his his 21st Top 40 record, debuting at #18, and La Roux’s third collection Supervision (Supercoulour) is new at #20.

At singles, The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” (XO/Republic) claims a second week at #1, finishing the week 11,000 chart sales ahead of Roddy Ricch’s “The Box” (Atlantic). “Blinding Lights” was the week’s most downloaded song, “The Box” had the most streams—7m.

Saint Jhn lands his first Top 10 entry with “Roses” (Hitco) rising 13 places to #8. Bieber’s “Intentions” f/Quavo (Def Jam) opens at #14 and The Pussycat Dolls’ comeback single “React” (Access) debuts at #29.

 

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