Charts analysis: The Prodigy maintain chart-topping album run

The Prodigy’s seventh studio album, No Tourists, also becomes their seventh No.1 - a record for a dance act - opening atop the chart on sales of 23,952 copies (including 1,828 from sales-equivalent streams). That is the second lowest of the veteran dance trio’s career, beating only their 1992 debut release, Experience, which debuted and peaked at No.12.

In addition to topping the overall chart, No Tourists is No.1 on the vinyl album chart (2,399 sales) and the cassette chart, ...

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