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It may be an England vs Wales battle for the U. P. albums chart crown since Ed Sheeran’s Divide (Asylum) has the slight edge above Calvin Harris’ latest recording at the midweek stage.

Sheeran’s third album has a prospect of just 650 put together sales over Harris’ collab-fueled fifth album, Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1 (Columbia), which dropped last Friday and also leads the way on downloads, in line with the Official Charts Company. Check Shape of you sheet music page.

Merely behind Harris on the Established Albums Chart Update are usually Stone Sour, whose Hydrograd (Roadrunner) starts at No. a few for what would be the U. T. rockers’ highest chart placement and their second top 10 following Audio Secrecy, which peaked at No. 6 in 2010.

The most notable five is completed by the pair of former chart-toppers inside Rag’n’Bone Man’s Human (Best Laid Plans/Columbia) and Noble Blood’s How Did We have So Dark (Warner Bros), respectively, while
Barry Gibb looks set to benefit from his or her “legends slot” appearance from Glastonbury Festival with a large gain for the Bee Gees’ Timeless hits LP (Capitol/UMC), which sits at a fresh peak of No . 6th on midweek data.

Furthermore new this week is TLC’s self-titled set via Cooking food Vinyl, which bows with no. 21 while The Beach Boys’ compilation 1967 – Sun Tomorrow (UMC) and Chris Perrett’s How The West Has been Won (Domino) enjoy starts off inside the top 30.

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Around the Official Singles Chart Upgrade, Luis Fonsi and The father Yankee’s “Despacito” (Def Jam/RBMG/Republic/UMLE), featuring Justin Bieber, keeps down top spot and is also poised for an eighth nonconsecutive week at No. 1 around the Official Singles Chart.

Close up behind is DJ Khaled and Rihanna’s “Wild Thoughts” (Black Butter/We The Best) at No. 2 and Jonas Blue’s “Mama” featuring Bill Singe at No. 3, although French Montana’s “Unforgettable” (Bad Boy/Epic) featuring Swae Shelter and Rita Ora’s “Your Song” (Atlantic) complete the most notable 5.

The Official U. E. Singles and Albums Chart are published every Comes to an end.