The last eight albums to top the chart reigned for only a week, but Little Mix break the streak, spending a second straight frame at the summit with their fourth album, Glory Days.
The first album by an X Factor act to spend more than a week at No.1 since One Direction's Midnight Memories in 2013, Glory Days sold a further 57,151 copies last week, including 2,723 from streams.
Its retention of the title came in the face of fierce ...
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