CMAT flies to Number 1 in Ireland with debut album If My Wife New I’d Be Dead

The Irish musician lands straight in at the top.

CMAT takes this week’s Number 1 album in Ireland with her debut album If My Wife New I’d Be Dead.

The Irish musician, real name Ciara Mary-Alice Thompson, manages the feat with an impressive 80% of the album’s chart sales made up of physical copies.

Read our interview with CMAT about the album here.


Dave’s We’re All Alone In This Together climbs back into the Top 5, up two to Number 4, while his critically-acclaimed Psychodrama also jumps ten places to Number 16.

Tommy Fleming’s All These Years reaches a brand new peak at Number 8 – its first time in the Top 10.

Further down, Welsh rockers Stereophonics claim their 14th Top 50 album in Ireland with Oochya!, which debuts this week at Number 31.

Other big climbs this week come courtesy of Nirvana’s Nevermind album, up 39 places to Number 34, while David Bowie’s Legacy rises ten to Number 38.

See the full Official Irish Albums Chart Top 50 here

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