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David Bowie Reigns Supreme On UK Chart

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on January 16, 2016

in News,Noise Pro

There was really little doubt that David Bowie would have the number 1 album this week in Britain. Interest in the album Blackstar was already strong even before his passing last Sunday.

What wasn’t quite as expected was the number of Bowie’s albums that would reenter the chart. There are 2 in the top 10, six of the top twenty, 10 of the top 40 and 19 in the top 100.

01. Blackstar
05. Nothing Has Changed: The Very Best of David Bowie
11. The Best of 1969/1974
14. Hunky Dory
17. The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars
18. The Best of Bowie
23. Aladdin Sane
25. The Next Day
31. Low
37. Diamond Dogs
42. Let’s Dance
45. Heroes
55. Station to Station
59. The Best of 1980/1987
60. Young Americans
61. Scary Monsters
89. The Man Who Sold the World
95. Space Oddity
97. Five Years: 1969-1973

Blackstar is Bowie’s eleventh number 1 album in the U.K., ten studio albums and one hits collection.

Bowie also has scored 19 tracks on this weeks Top 100 Singles/Tracks:
12. Heroes
16. Life on Mars
18. Starman
23. Let’s Dance
24. Space Oddity
43. Under Pressure (David Bowie & Queen)
45. Lazarus
49. Changes
61. Blackstar
62. Ashes to Ashes
65. Rebel Rebel
76. Ziggy Stardust
97. China Girl


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