Official Charts Analysis: Mumford & Sons enter 2012's Top 10 sellers

A fortnight after opening at number one, Mumford & Sons' second album Babel returns to pole position on the artist album chart. It was ahead of Ellie Goulding's second album Halcyon in Tuesday's sales flashes but subsequently slipped behind it, only to reassert itself again, with sales of a further 42,027 copies raising its three week tally to 274,220, enough for it to jump 12-9 in the year-to-date rankings.
While introductory single Anything Could Happen holds at number ...

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