With the Father's Day effect working its way out of the figures, album sales dipped again last week, falling 22.5% to 2,126,524, writes Alan Jones.
Many albums whose marketing targeted the day saw big declines. The Who's compilation Now And Then, which debuted at number five in 2004 but had been absent from the Top 10 ever since, made a sparkling re-entry to the chart last week at number nine but now falls back to number 30 on sales ...
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