Keane retain lead in albums chart

After achieving their second highest level of the year in the week prior to Father's Day, album sales made their expected retreat last week but held up better than anticipated, declining fractionally under 13% to 2,579,248, writes Alan Jones.
With the further complication that Keane's eagerly awaited second album Under The Iron Sea posted an understandable but savage 64.3% dip week-on-week to 79,438 sales while remaining at number one, it's a pretty good performance overall. With the World Cup ...

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