Olivia Rodrigo’s #1 album in the UK prevents Queen from returning to the top

Olivia Rodrigo's #1 album in the UK prevents Queen from returning to the top
In a close dispute, Olivia Rodrigo managed to return to the top of the British album charts and, 40 years later, paved the way for the coveted first hit collection of Queen Back to number 1.

The difference was only 270 copies between “SOR”, which climbed one place in the rankings, and “Greatest Hits”, which received new special editions in celebration of its four decades, and remained at number 13 for seven days. . . band collection Freddie Mercury The album is the best-selling album of all time in Great Britain, with over 6 million copies sold.

There were only two debuts in the Top 40, both on albums highly praised by the specialized press. “Utopian Ashes” by Bobby Gillespie (primal Scream) and Jenny Beth (Rude), recorded together, ranked 11th, while “Pink Noise” . from Laura Mvula Came on 21.

Check out the top 10:

1 – “sour” – Olivia Rodrigo (up one spot)
2 – “Greatest Hits” – Queen (11 posts above)
3 – “His Planet” – Doja Cato (The same situation)
4 – “Europiana” – jack savoretti (below three positions)
5 – “Inside (song)” – Bo Burnham (up one spot)
6 – “future nostalgia” – dua lipa (dropped one spot)
7 – “÷” – Ed Sheeran (The same situation)
8 – “Key Points” – Weekend (up three positions)
9 – “Diamonds” – Elton John (up one spot)
10 – “50 Years – Don’t Wait” – Fleetwood Mac (on top two positions)

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