Official Charts Analysis: ELO top the albums chart for first time in almost 35 years

ELO (The Electric Light Orchestra) return to the top of the albums chart for the first time in nearly 35 years, with their 2005 compilation All Over The World: The Very Best Of ELO advancing 7-1 to eclipse its previous peak position of No.3. It is the 18th week in a row that leadership of the chart has changed hands.

With sales in excess of 1m to date, the album has been enjoying its best ever run on the charts ...

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