Mixed sales leave Robbie holding top spot on albums chart

Meanwhile a singles market in which only one record tops the 50,000 mark is the second biggest of the year, writes Alan Jones.
The album market's leading attraction, naturally, was Robbie Williams' new set Rudebox but although it provides Williams with yet another number one, its sales were a less than stellar 147,236,
That's well over 200,000 down on the first week tally secured by Williams' last album, Intensive Care, exactly a year ago, and his lowest for ...

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