Official Charts Analysis: Justin Bieber takes singles summit but misses out on albums


Justin Bieber's Purpose drew ever closer as the week went on but One Direction held out to register their fourth (consecutive) number one album with their fifth release, Made In The A.M.
Debuting atop the chart on sales of 93,189 copies (including 7,131 from streams) it thus secures the highest weekly sale for an artist album in 2015, surpassing the 89,110 copies that Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds' album Chasing Yesterday sold on debut in March.
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