Their five previous releases have all reached the Top 10 but Foals finally secure their first No.1 album with Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost: Part 2 debuting atop the chart on consumption of 20,505 units (including 2,890 from sales-equivalent streams and 6,429 on vinyl).
Despite its chart-topping position, the record had the second lowest, first week sale for any album by the Oxford alternative rock band: their 2008 debut Antidotes sold 25,292 copies to debut at No.3; 2010 follow-up ...
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