Robbie's 12th studio album The Christmas Present launches today's official chart update based on physical and digital sales and streaming data for the entire weekend. Rob's double album with collaborations with artists such as Bryan Adams and Rod Stewart has a lead of more than 5,000 chart sales by the middle of the week. If the album keeps its momentum, it will mark Robbie's 13th UK number 1 as a solo artist.
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Last week, The Christmas Present has moved 67,000 units, earning the best-selling cassette of the decade. All 15 chartable albums by Robbie have reached the top 2 official album charts.
Rod Stewart plans to improve his chart position last week. The 50th Anniversary Album You & # 39; re In My Heart is on the way up to No. 2 ahead of last week's chart-winners, Coldplay, who slipped to No. 3 with Everyday Life.
This week's biggest new entry might be Cliff Richard & The Shadows. The Best Of The Rock & Roll pioneers are currently ranked 7th and could mark Cliff's 46th UK Top 10 album.
John Barrowman's Festival Album A Fabulous Christmas Starts the Week with 12, possibly its Highest Chart Album In eight years, Chilled Classics is the third album by Pete Tong, the Heritage Orchestra and Jules Buckley.
The fourth studio album by JME, Grime MC, which is available only in physical format, starts at number 18. It follows the retrospective of Pink Floyd The Later Years: 1987-2019 (19) and Christmas with the Stars of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (20).
After all, two classic albums for new editions could once again be included in the top 40. Prince's 1999 is in 26th place after releasing its Super Deluxe Edition with 35 unpublished recordings, and Fleetwood Mac classic Rumors in 27th place.
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