The Big Brother-issued album up to yesterday was outselling the present number one, Hand Me Down/Columbia act Kings of Leon's Only By The Night, by nearly five units to one. The Kings of Leon album itself only three weeks ago achieved one of 2008's best first days when it opened with just under 80,000 sales.
The Oasis retrospective Stop The Clocks, also released by Big Brother through Sony BMG, should make a return to the Top 40 this weekend, moving ...
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