Suck It And See enters at the top of the albums charts

The band's introductory 2006 album, Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not roared to first week sales of 363,735 - a record for any group album debut; 2007 follow-up Favourite Worst Nightmare opened with sales of 227,922; and 2009's Humbug launched with sales of 96,313.

Given the escalating downward trajectory of the Sheffield band's previous albums, Suck It And See fared well to sell 82,424 copies, particularly considering its lead single - Don't Sit Down 'Cause I've Moved ...

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