Muse lead rock-heavy albums chart

Rock rules the album chart in emphatic style this week, with Fatboy Slim's greatest hits set Must Try Harder the highest placed album from any other genre, at number six., writes Alan Jones.
 
With Muse's Black Holes & Revelations taking pole position ahead of albums by The Kooks', The Zutons, Keane and Lostprophets, it's the first all rock top five of the 21st century.
 
Devon trio Muse's last album Absolution has sold 595,,404 copies and Supermassive Black Hole ...



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