Official Charts Analysis: Robbie Williams scores 12th album chart-topper

Two weeks after Elvis Presley set a new benchmark for male solo artists, posthumously registering his 13th No.1 album with The Wonder Of You, Robbie Williams takes his tally to 12, debuting atop the chart with his 11th studio album, The Heavy Entertainment Show on sales of 66,825 copies (including 994 from streams) - the highest since Drake's Views opened atop the chart 25 weeks ago on sales of 78,397. However, 10 previous albums by Williams - seven studio ...

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