Robbie takes on new kids on the block

A quiet summer, with few new releases and the charts dominated by Michael Jackson, was brought to a halt last week when both Columbia's Calvin Harris and 4th & Broadway/Island's Tinchy Stryder followed chart-topping singles this year with brand-new studio albums.

With Harris's Ready For The Weekend and Stryder's Catch 22 yesterday (Sunday) debuting at one and two on the UK artist albums chart, attention today will turn to Domino act Arctic Monkeys' third album Humbug.

Despite middling reviews, retailers ...

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