Muse land fifth UK number one album with Drones
14 June 2015
From the section Entertainment & Arts
Muse’s last number one album was 2012 release, The 2nd Law
Rock band Muse have secured their fifth number one UK album with their latest effort, Drones.
The album, which includes the singles Dead Inside and Mercy, knocked Florence and The Machine off top spot.
The band’s third album, How Big, How Blue slipped to number two, with Collabro’s Act Two at three.
Ed Sheeran’s X climbed six places to four, with Sam Smith’s Lonely Hour up two at five. Leftfield had the highest new entry at number six.
The band’s first full-length studio album for 16 years, Alternative Light Source, edged out a new deluxe edition of The Rolling Stones 1971 chart-topper Sticky Fingers.
Want to Want Me is Jason Derulo’s fourth UK chart-topper
Meanwhile, Jason Derulo achieved a third week at number one in the singles chart with Want To Want Me.
OMI’s Cheerleader was at number two, with Major Lazer’s Len on FT MO & DJ Snake at number three.
Skrillex, Diplo and Justin Bieber’s Where Are U Now and Galantis’ Runaway (You & I) took fourth and fifth spot.
The Official Chart will move to Fridays from 10 July – after 28 years broadcasting on a Sunday – to tie in with the new global music release day.
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Source:: BBC Entertainment