The albums market suffered its third straight double digit decline in as many weeks last week and, at 2,403,225 sales, it was down to less than a quarter of its size in the week immediately prior to Christmas, writes Alan Jones .
The compilation sector has been shrinking much faster than the artist sector recently but has weathered the last week better, with 460,789 sales marking a surprise 5.8% increase on the same week in 2006. Artist album sales ...
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