The Eagles soar to the top of the album chart for the very first time with Long Road Out Of Eden, more than 33 years after their debut. Their first album of new material for 28 years, it sold 134,080 copies last week.
The Eaglesprevious chart peak came in 1976, when they spent nine weeks at number two - four of them with Their Greatest Hits (behind Status Quo's For You Blue and TV's Rock Follies), the rest with Hotel ...
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