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Emeli Sande on course for tenth non-consecutive week at No.1 on UK albums chart

Vocal sensation Emeli Sande is set to spent a tenth non-consecutive week at the top of the UK albums chart this week with 'Our Version Of Events'.

Today's midweek chart showed that the songstress is No.1 and Atoms For Peace, which is the new experimental rock supergroup formed by members of Radiohead and Red Hot Chili Peppers, are right behind at No.2 with their debut record, 'Amok'.

Michael Ball's 'Both Sides Now' has entered the UK Top 40 at No.9, Calvin Harris' '18 Months', and Lana Del Rey's 'Born To Die' has dropped 6 places to No.37.

Ed Sheeran's record '+' has fallen 11 places to sit at No.32, Adele's '21' is up 7 to No.26 following her performance and subsequent win at the 2013 Oscars on the weekend, and Josh Groban has debuted at No.7 with his new offering, 'All That Echoes'.





Watch Sande's stunning BRITs performance here: