Bush looking to stop Adele's chart run

Paul Williams

Bush's newly-released Director's Cut, her first issued by the label Fish People via EMI, is aiming to become the singer's first UK chart-topper since retrospective The Whole Story in 1986. Her last album Aerial peaked at number three in November 2005.

The album had sold 17,562 copies up to yesterday compared to 14,645 for Adele's 21, which is currently one of three XL albums among the top five sellers. It is joined in third place by the newly-issued second Friendly ...

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