Official Charts Analysis: Little Mix top albums chart with Glory Days

Almost five years after they became the first and so far only group to win The X Factor and topped the chart with coronation single Cannonball. Little Mix have their first No.1 album with the appropriately titled Glory Days.

Raising their game to fight off the challenge of America's Metallica and Bruno Mars - both of whom topped the chart last time out and occupy the other medal positions in an all-new top three - Little Mix scorched to the ...

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