British Olympic Ceremony music sales soar by 185%

More than 50 British songs which soundtracked Danny Boyle’s Olympic opening ceremony have experienced a total sales uplift of 185% following the Opening Ceremony of the Olympics Games.
 
According to the BPI The Chemical Brothers’ Galvanise, which accompanied the Athletes’ Parade, saw sales surge by 1708%, whilst Mike Oldfield’s seminal performance of Tubular Bells drove a sales increase of 1070% over the weekend.
 
Music Directors of the show, Underworld, benefitted from a week-on-week sales boost of almost 700% ...



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