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Gary Barlow’s Sing E.P. remains UK number one album

Gary Barlow and the Commonwealth Band’s ‘Sing' E.P. has claimed a second week at the top of the UK album chart.

The seven-track release, which was put together by the Take That star for this week’s Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations, held off competition from Ed Sheeran’s ‘+’ (No.2), Paloma Faith’s ‘Fall To Grace’ (No.3), Bee Gees' 'Number Ones' (No.4) and Coldplay’s ‘Mylo Xyloto’ to remain in pole position.

In a busy week for new releases, there were debuts for Neil Young’s ‘Americana,’ Paul Simon’s re-issued edition of ‘Graceland,’ Alexandra Burke’s ‘Heartbreak On Hold,’ Dexy’s Midnight Runner’s ‘One Day I’m Going To Soar,’ The Beach Boys’ ‘That’s Why God Made The Radio,’ and new Greatest Hits collections from Kylie Minogue and Kaiser Chiefs.

Further down the chart, there were also new entries for The Voice finalist Bo Bruce’s E.P., ‘Search The Night,’ Ladyhawke’s ‘Anxiety,’ Patti Smith’s ‘Banga’ and Delain’s ‘We Are The Others.'

 

 

 

Watch the video for Gary Barlow's 'Sing' below: