Preceded by four chart singles - three of them Top 10, including the number one cover of Keane's Somewhere Only We Know - in the last six months, Lily Allen's third studio album Sheezus debuts at number one on sales of 35,414 copies.
Released just three days after Allen's 29th birthday, Sheezus is the follow-up to It's Not Me, It's You, which also debuted at number one, on significantly higher sales of 112,568 in February 2009.
Allen's first album, ...
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