The iconic Iggy Pop and legendary 1980s bands James, Underworld and Primal Scream all land new entries in the Top 12 this week but the presence of Adele's 25 at No.1 - for the 12th time in 18 weeks, and the third time in a row - lend a more contemporary look to the top of the chart.
With Easter approaching and a new Now! compilation on release, the market overall recovered a little from the 21-year low it plumbed ...
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