Four years to the week since their first album started to accumulate import sales, The Lumineers' second album, Cleopatra debuts at No.1.
It does so in a particularly weak market on sales of just 10,892 copies, including 1,283 from streams. That's the second lowest tally for a No.1 album in the 850 weeks that have elapsed in the 21st century to date, beating only the 9,578 copies that Rihanna's Talk That Talk sold on its second and last week ...
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