Letter to You

U.K. with Bruce Springsteen ‘Letter to You’ (Columbia) Participating in the chart race.

The American legend opens a huge lead on official chart replays, and his 12th in the OCC Stories U.K. Inspects properly for No. 1.

The Letter to You is the corridor of the Corridor’s 20th studio album and marks Springsteen’s first reunion with the E Street Band that led to the River 2016 tour.

At the midweek level, it mixes the remainder of Mixed 5, and is the most purchased album (physically achievable) so far this week.

Damon Albarn’s virtual group Gorillaz comes into an No. 2 album on the chart blast with Song Machine, Season One: Strange Timez (Parlophone). Should it be put in the right direction, Song Machine could be Gorillaz’s sixth Prime 5 album.

Later, at number 3, the English rock band Nothing Though Thieves with Ethical Panic (RCA) should develop as their third successive UK Prime 10 album, while Blossom’s Lockdown recorded classification in isolation (EMI) is. The Plaza Theater starts at number 4.

Ending the all-new Top 10 is Faithless (All Blessed) (BMG) This is the legendary British digital act’s debut album in recent 10 years as content, and the first launch since their 2015 Faithless 2.0 remix project , Which went on to number 1 within UK.

Additionally, Target for Prime 10 is this package by Blues guitarist Joe Bonamassa (Royal Tea at No. 6 via Provag), tenor Russell Watson (20 at No. 7 via BMG) and rock vocals from the British (on off) There are new units from At number 9 via Rough Trade).

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