Official Charts Analysis: Little Mix holds No.1 spot on albums chart

Racking up its third week in a row at No.1 and its fifth week in all - the most for an album by a 'girl group' since The Spice Girls' debut album, Spice, accumulated 15 weeks at No.1 in 1996/7 - Little Mix's fourth studio album, Glory Days does so despite selling only 17,887 copies (including 3,227 from streams), the lowest tally for a No.1 album for 16 weeks.

It spent most of the week at No.2 behind Night People, ...

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