Jul 2, 2015

Lionel Richie set for favored following post-Glastonbury sales boost

New entries additionally return from Richard Thompson, Neil Young and Miguel

Lionel Richie is on the right track right direction|not off course} to achieve favored in the Official Britain Album Chart on following a no-hit Glastonbury performance.
'The Definitive Collection' by Lionel Richie & The Commodores is leading the sales figures in today's (July 1) time period update.

Official Chart Company information reveals that the album has seen a large two,693 per cent sales boost within the last seven days. Richie's Sunday afternoon set at the competition, that saw him activity songs as well as 'Dancing On The Ceiling' and 'All Night Long (All Night)', was among the most effective attended of the Glastonbury weekend and was additionally broadcast live by the BBC.

'The Definitive Collection' was free in 2003 and antecedently reached range ten on the Official Chart upon its unleash. on marks its initial prime forty re-entry in six years.

Seventeen of today’s Official Albums Chart Update prime forty belong to Glastonbury 2015 acts, as well as headliners Florence + The Machine’s 'How massive, How Blue, however Beautiful' (2) and also the Who's 'Who Hits 50' (12). James Bay’s 'Chaos and also the Calm' (4), and Jungle’s 'Jungle' (26) have additionally seen a sales increase since the competition concluded.

Also new within the prime ten at today's time period purpose is Richard Thompson's 'Still', new at range Six, whereas Neil Young & Promise of the Real’s 'The Monsanto Years' is new at fourteen.

New entries additionally return from Richard Thompson, Neil Young and Miguel

Other new entries during this week's Official Album Chart at today's time period stage embody Miguel and his album 'Wildheart' new at range nineteen.

Meanwhile, within the Official Britain Singles Chart, Tinie Tempah is heading in the right direction to create it fortnight at the highest of the Official Singles Chart with Jess Glynne collaboration 'Not letting Go'.