Green Day are nailed on to score another No.1 album in a busy week for the albums chart.
The US pop-punk veterans’ latest album, Revolution Radio, leads the pack on the Wednesday Official Charts Company sales flashes, with a more than respectable 27,261 copies moved to date.
Its nearest challenger is now recent Music Week Big Interview star Barry Gibb, whose In The Now album is at No.2, albeit a long way back on 12,626 sales. Alter Bridge, Kaiser Chiefs, ...
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