Coldplay shaded out of elite chart club

Coldplay looked to be in with a chance of joining this most exclusive of clubs but lose their leadership of the US singles charts, even as their blockbusting fourth studio album, Viva La Vida Or Death And All His Friends continues at number one in the UK and debuts at number one in America.

The album sold more than 721,000 copies on its first week, to become the third number one album by a British act this year and the ...

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