Official Charts analysis: 1D land fourth consecutive No.1 LP as Four sells 141,780

There are emphatic debuts atop both the singles and albums charts this week, with One Direction scoring the number one album with a victory margin of 186.73% and Band Aid 30 storming to the top of the singles chart with a majority of 282.38%.
More of the latter later - but for the moment let's concentrate on One Direction, who register their third (consecutive) number one album with their fourth release, appropriately entitled Four.
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