With its title track a major hit globally, Rag'N'Bone Man's eagerly awaited first full length album, Human, finally dropped last Friday (10th), and immediately raced to No.1 in the Czech Republic, Flanders, Ireland, the Netherlands and the UK, with its opening week's sales of 117,101 in the latter territory being the highest for a debut album by a male soloist since Britain's Got Talent discovery Paul Potts' introductory disc One Chance nearly 10 years ago.
Human also opens at ...
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