Eight weeks after its introductory single Too Good At Goodbyes debuted atop the chart for Sam Smith, his second album, The Thrill Of It All, does likewise.
With a first frame of 97,328 sales (60,641 CD, 1,961 vinyl, 21,035 downloads and 13,691 from sales-equivalent streams), The Thrill Of It All has the fifth-biggest opening of 2017 for an artist album, trailing Ed Sheeran's ÷ (671,542 sales), Rag'N'Bone Man's Human (117,101 sales), Take That's Wonderland (113,211 sales) and Liam Gallagher's As ...
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