Pendulum and Black Eyed Peas make historic week for sales charts

It is impossible to determine exactly when the first drum & bass album was released as its development from jungle was gradual and organic - but it's certainly almost 20 years ago.

The early high tide mark for the genre was set by Goldie's 1995 debut Timeless, which reached number seven. It remained the highest charting drum & bass album until two years ago, when Pendulum's second album In Silico debuted at number two, on first week sales of 34,381. ...

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