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Glastonbury performances impact UK chart positions

Glastonbury Festival is set to impact this week's chart positions after some of the event's headlining artists have made significant progress with sales since the weekend. 

Coldplay, who performed on the Pyramid Stage, have seen all four of their studio albums return to the top 75 since their set on Saturday, June 25 and Music Week has confirmed that "sales of 'Parachutes', 'X&Y' and 'Viva La Vida Or Death And All His Friends' are also up more than 1,500% on seven days ago."

Beyoncé, on the other hand, headlined the festival's final night and her brand new album '4' has sold around 32,000 copies, which according to the Official Charts Company is more than the combined sales of its three nearest competitors. 

Her new record is currently at No.1 on the UK iTunes albums chart following her exclusive private party last night in London, from which you can watch footage here: