Official Charts Analysis: Adele's 25 back on top as sales surge 231%

The Glastonbury Effect is significant on the album chart this week, with a top three comprising entirely of acts who performed at the heavily-televised festival, and the rest of the chart punctuated by significant climbs from others who played over the weekend.

Ending a 14-week absence from the chart summit by sprinting 14-1, Adele's 25 was the beneficiary of a double whammy with her Saturday (25 June) set at the event, and the fact that the album was finally made ...

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