Charts analysis: Enter Shikari land first No.1 album

Twenty years after their formation, and 16 years after their chart debut, Hertfordshire rock quartet Enter Shikari are No.1 for the first time, with seventh studio set, A Kiss For The Whole World, winning a closely-contested battle for chart honours to emerge victorious on first week consumption of 13,513 units (4,789 CDs, 4,689 vinyl albums, 1,264 cassettes, 980 digital downloads, 1,792 sales-equivalent streams).

It is a rare case of an album’s overall chart position being greater than the sum of ...

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