Polydor: Albums chart purple patch proves label is back as a force to be reckoned with

Mark Sutherland

Polydor co-presidents Tom March and Ben Mortimer have told Music Week that their current albums chart purple patch shows the label is back as a force to be reckoned with.

The major scored its third No.1 album in as many weeks, with Elbow’s Little Fictions moving 39,643 copies to follow the La La Land soundtrack and Pete Tong, The Heritage Orchestra & Jules Buckley’s Classic House to the top.

The label has three of the Top 4 this week and ...

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