After two weeks at number one, Lana Del Rey's debut album, Born To Die, dips to number two (47,667 sales), to be replaced at the summit by another debut release by a female singer/songwriter - Emeli Sande.
23 year old Sande's Our Version Of Events storms to the summit on first week sales of 113,319 - the best for a debut album by a British female solo artist since fellow Scot Susan Boyle's first album I Dreamed A Dream ...
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