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Monday, March 14, 2016 2:00pm ET by Newsdesk
Adele’s '25' still on course to be No.1 for eleventh week
Her UK tour has begun to rave reviews, and it seems the British public are still raving about Adele's latest album 25.
The superstar’s third studio collection is set to extend its reign at Number 1 on this week's Official Albums Chart Update, currently outselling the rest of the Top 3 combined. If she keeps her spot on the throne until Friday, it will mark 25's eleventh week at the helm.
The rest of this week's Top 5 also remains unchanged: Jess Glynne's I Cry When I Laugh is at 2, Justin Bieber's Purpose sticks at 3, David Bowie's Best of Bowie stays put at 4 and Coldplay's A Head Full of Dreams completes the Top 5.
There are 10 new entries heading for this week’s Top 40 , two of which have landed in the Top 10. New at Number 7 is Killswitch Engage's seventh studio album Incarnate. The metalcore act are on course for their first Top 10 album, bettering their personal best of 15 set by 2013's Disarm the Descent.
Also debuting in the Top 10 is Brian Fallon, lead singer of The Gaslight Anthem. His first studio collection Painkillers is currently sitting pretty at Number 8.
Meanwhile, posthumous Jeff Buckley compilation You & I begins at 11, Alessia Cara's debut Know-It-All starts at 12 and Aurora's All My Demons Greeting Me as a Friend makes an appearance at 16.
Other new entries include CJ Wildheart's Robot (21), Matt Corby's Telluric (25), 3 Doors Down's Us and the Night (31), Gavin James' Bitter Pill (34) and Toseland's Cradle The Rage (37).
Just outside the Top 40, two acts from this past weekend's C2C: Country 2 Country festival are close to cracking the UK's top flight. Carrie Underwood's Storyteller jumps 135 places to 41, whilst Thomas Rhett's US Top 10 album Tangled Up is at 43.
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