David Bowie and Manic Street Preachers lead this week's Official Vinyl Charts following this year's Record Store Day event over the weekend.
Bowie's Changes, which was one of three records released exclusively for Record Store Day last Saturday (April 18), claims the top spot on the Official Vinyl Singles Chart.
Despite missing the UK Top 40 when it was originally released in 1971, Changes is often considered as one of Bowie's best-known songs. View his David Bowie's full Official Charts history here.
The result of this year's Record Store Day, which sees acts put out limited edition releases excluslvely in independent record stores, means there are a slew of new entries on the Official Vinyl Singles Chart.
Foo Fighters land at Number 3 with Songs From The Laundry Room, Bowie appears again with his double A-side single Side By Side/Kingdown Come with Television's Tom Verlaine, and Florence + the Machine's What Kind Of Man debuts at 6.
View this week's Official Vinyl Singles Chart Top 40 in full here
Meanwhile, Manic Street Preachers lead this week's Official Vinyl Albums Chart with their 20th anniversary edition of The Holy Bible.
The record is the Welsh rock band's third studio album and was released in 1994, reaching Number 6 on the Official Albums Charts.
Elsewhere, Biffy Clyro's Puzzle enters at 2, Sex Pistols' classic Never Mind The Bollocks lands at 3, and Bowie's 1966 completes the Top 5.
View this week's Official Vinyl Albums Chart Top 40 in full here
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