How Syco made Little Mix's Glory Days one of the year's biggest albums

Daniel Gumble

Having racked up sales of 96,222 in its first week of release, Little Mix’s Glory Days is now the second highest first week-seller of 2016.

The only album of 2016 to shift more copies than Glory Days in its first week of release is the late David Bowie’s Blackstar on sales of 146,168, while hotly anticipated releases from the likes of Robbie Williams and Emeli Sandé have failed to match up to Little Mix’s fourth album in the sales stakes.


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