Take That rack up the eighth No.1 album of their career, and their first for exactly four years, as new compilation Odyssey debuts at No.1.
Not just any greatest hits collection, Odyssey features Take That favourites ‘re-imagined with new productions’, interview ‘interludes’ and a trio of new songs. Whatever the mixture, it adds up to a winning formula, as the set dashes to first week sales of 105,721 copies (including 1,765 from sales-equivalent streams and 891 cassettes), the highest for ...
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