Official Charts Analysis: Springsteen hits No.1 on 48k sales


The Boss is back in charge of the chart.

Providing his fourth straight number one album, High Hopes is Bruce Springsteen's 18th studio album and differs from the rest in that it comprises out-takes and new versions of his old material, and a trio of covers - even the title track is a re-tread of a 1996 release.  

That's the kind of formula which usually results in lower sales than normal for an artist, and sure enough High ...

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