In another week of heavy action but comparatively light sales, leadership of the chart change hands for the 12th week in a row, with 13 albums debuting inside the Top 75, spearheaded by Sunsets & Full Moons, the fifth No.1 from six releases in a little over eleven years for Irish band The Script.
Home to their 11th Top 40 hit, The Last Time, consumption of Sunsets & Full Moons – at 31,946 units (including 2,192 from sales-equivalent streams) – ...
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