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Adam Lambert's 'The Original High' lands at No.4 on the UK midweek chart update

Rock band Muse are on course to land a second week at the top spot of the UK albums chart with their new offering, 'Drones'. 

The record is still in the No.1 position on the UK Top 40 today (June 17) and Florence + The Machine’s 'How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful' holds firm at No.2, but it's followed closely by James Taylor who is on course to score his highest charting studio album for 44 years with 'Before This World' at No.3.

Vocal powerhouse Adam Lambert is also set for a new Official Albums Chart personal best with 'The Original High', which has made an impressive appearance at No.4 this afternoon. Rixton's 'Let The Road' has debuted at No.7, Foo Fighters' 'Greatest Hits' is a re-entry at 34 and Royal Blood's self-titled debut is at No.40.

American Indie rock band Walk The Moon are set for their first UK albums chart position with 'Talking Is Hard' at No.31, Paul Simon's 'The Ultimate Collection' is at No.5, and ska group The Selecter are heading for a second UK Top 40 with 'Subculture' at No.29.

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