It's the third week in a row they have increased, and they are now at their highest level for seven weeks but it wasn't actually that good a week in real terms - it ranks only 21st (out of 38 weeks) in 2007, and it's a massive 16.87% below the same week sales in 2006, when The Scissor Sisters' second album Ta-Dah! gave the market a considerable boost, selling 288,167 copies on its debut.
Given that Blunt's debut album, Back ...
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