Dylan's 33rd studio album, Together Through Life, provides his seventh number one - but his first for nearly 40 years.
Containing nine new songs by the veteran singer/songwriter, it takes pole position on first week sales of 42,339. Dylan's 51st chart album, including compilations and live sets, it continues a remarkable renaissance for the bard, whose last two studio albums - 2006's Modern Times and 2001's Love And Theft - both debuted at number three (first week sales: 55,196 and ...
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