US charts: Adele back at number one in US

Paul Williams

The Adele album climbs a place to spend its first week leading the survey in 14 weeks, despite only selling 75,000 copies last week, according to Nielsen SoundScan. That was enough, though, to move it further up the table of the most weeks at number one in history, now tying it with the Bee Gees-led and Prince and the Revolution soundtracks and behind only five other albums.

Next in 21's sights will be Fleetwood Mac's Rumours, the South Pacific soundtrack ...

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