Leadership of the artist album chart changes hands for the 16th week in a row, with their seventh studio album Ellipsis securing Scots band Biffy Clyro their second No.1.
However, its first week sales tally of 37,308 (including 2,220 from streaming) represents only their fourth best start, and is just 52.12% of their best-ever tally of 71,584 that their last album Opposites secured on debut in February 2013.
Their fourth album Puzzle also opened higher in 2007, debuting at No.2 ...
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