Retail reports show that Muse's third studio album Absolution (East West) is heading for the number one spot this week, potentially knocking cock-rockers The Darkness' Permission To Land (Must Destroy/Warners) back down to number two where they will meet competition from Sting and his latest A&M offering Sacred Love.
Gareth Gates' second album, Go Your Own Way (BMG) is showing no particular sign of selling well, as yet. However, Saturday's school kid buyers might change that. Chasing Gates for a position in the top ten ...
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