With her sixth UK No. 1 record, Lana Del Rey Did you know that Ocean Blvd. is currently under a tunnel that has amassed the fastest-selling LP of 2023 to date?

Her earlier UK chart-toppers Born to Die (2012), Ultraviolence (2014), Lust for Life (2017), Norman F*cking Rockwell! (2019), and Chemtrails Over the Country Club are joined by Lana’s ninth studio album. (2021).

Did you know that there’s a tunnel… outperforms Pink’s most recent chart-topper TRUSTFALL in terms of record first-week sales and is Lana’s most successful debut since Ultraviolence in 2014.

On the roster of artists with the most UK Number 1 singles to their credit—six each—Lana ties with the Arctic Monkeys, Radiohead, and Blur thanks to the self-analytical LP.

Lana is currently the female solo performer in the UK with the fifth-most Number 1 albums. Only Barbra Streisand (7), Taylor Swift (9), Kylie Minogue (8), and Madonna (12) have more.

According to Martin Talbot, CEO of the Official Charts Company, “Lana Del Rey’s accomplishment of getting six Number 1 albums in just 11 years is quite something, particularly given that she did so with the highest first week sales of any album this year. She truly is one of our generation’s superstars.

Did you know that there is a tunnel under Ocean Blvd? It is also the most-purchased LP in indie record stores for the week and ranks first on the Official Vinyl Albums Chart.

With Memento Mori, Depeche Mode, an Essex-born pioneer of synth-pop, achieves their best charting album in ten years. (2). The most downloaded record of the week, it earns Dave Gahan and Martin Gore their eighteenth UK Top 40 album over the course of a more than 40-year career.

With So Much (for) Stardust (3), Illinois rockers Fall Out Boy secure their fifth Top 5 album, 20 years after the publication of their self-titled debut.

Pink Floyd make a comeback to the Top 5 this week as they commemorate the 50th anniversary of their groundbreaking prog-rock masterpiece Dark Side of the Moon. The Dark Side of the Moon – Live at Wembley 1974 debuts on vinyl at Number 3, while the 1973 studio album’s initial release of The Dark Side of the Moon – 50 Years rises to Number 17. When the record last charted in the Top 20, in October 2011, it had been almost 12 years.

Luke Combs, a country performer and songwriter who was born in North Carolina, completes the brand-new Top 5. He achieves a UK career-best placing with his fourth solo album Gettin’ Old, the follow-up to 2022’s Growin’ Up. (5).

The fictional band Daisy Jones & the Six, which stars Riley Keough, Sam Claflin, and Suki Waterhouse, reaches a new peak with Aurora, rising 14 spots, as viewers continue to appreciate the Amazon Prime Video adaptation of Taylor Jenkins Reid’s best-selling book Daisy Jones & the Six. (26).

A 50th anniversary reissue of Elton John’s Honky Chateau sees it return to the Top 40 for the first time in five decades, at Number 33, while Japanese kawaii metal band BABYMETAL celebrates their third UK Top 40 LP with THE OTHER ONE. When the record was first released in 1972, it peaked at position two.

Katie Melua, a Georgian-British singer-songwriter, gets her 11th UK Top 40 album this week with Love & Money. (35).


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