Official Album Chart Analysis: Sales hit new 2011 high

On a more positive but poignant note, last week's top seller was Lioness: Hidden Treasures, the posthumous third album by Amy Winehouse. Debuting atop the chart on sales of 194,966, it makes the fourth biggest debut of the year, and is the second number one album for Winehouse, who spent three weeks at number one with her second album, Back To Black in 2007, a further week at number one in 2008 with the deluxe edition of that album, and ...

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