Charts analysis: Bring Me The Horizon score first No.1 album

Yorkshire rock band Bring Me The Horizon land the first No.1 of their career and the first new No.1 of 2019 with their sixth studio set, Amo.

First week sales of 26,934 copies (including 6,931 from sales-equivalent streams) are enough to earn the Sheffield band top billing on the chart, relegating The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack of The Greatest Showman – which has reigned for the last seven weeks – to No.2 on sales of 20,702 copies.

All regular Bring ...

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