Foo Fighters' ninth album Concrete And Gold delivers their fourth No.1, debuting atop the chart on sales of 61,254 copies (including 4,282 from streams).
Their profile already raised by their incendiary performance at Glastonbury in June, the US rockers returned to these shores for a sell-out O2 gig and a spot on the Later...With Jools Holland 25 gig at The Royal Albert Hall in the week, helping Concrete And Gold to rack up the highest weekly sale of any ...
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