In a year of frenetic turnover, Mumford & Sons' Wilder Minds is the only album to spend consecutive weeks at number one in 2015 hitherto - but Muse's Drones now becomes the second, remaining in pole position even though its sales are off 66.45% week-on-week at 24,445 (including 996 from streaming). It is also only the second of Muse's five number ones to sustain for more than a week, emulating their 2006 topper Black Holes & Revelations.
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