Official Charts Analysis: UK suffers lowest album sales week since 1996

Although unable to maintain its initial impetus, which saw it top the first two midweek charts, Teancious D's third album, Rize Of The Fenix debuts at number two, easily topping the number 38 peak of their eponymous 2001 debut and the number 10 peak of 2006 follow-up The Pick Of Destiny to become their highest charting set. Selling 15,971 copies on its debut it will, however, need long legs to overtake the cumulative sales of its predecessors - Tenacious D ...

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