Pet Shop Boys eye first chart topper since 1993

Paul Williams

The duo's new Parlophone-issued album Yes is presently around 1,200 units ahead of Keating's Polydor release Songs For My Mother, according to early retail reports, but the story is made more complicated by the PSB album having accidentally ended up on iTunes three days early last week.

It is understood around 2,500 sales of the album achieved on the Apple site following its premature release there last Friday will not count towards this coming week's chart as they will be ...

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