Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper have done it again! The Motion Picture Cast Recording to A Star Is Born is Number 1 for a third week on the Official Irish Albums Chart.
Having bettered the likes of Twenty One Pilots, Nathan Carter and Jess Glynne over the past few weeks, the soundtrack achieves its biggest week of sales yet for another spell at the top.
Dua Lipa’s self-titled debut album returns to its peak position of Number 3 following the release of its Complete Edition, while Khalid debuts at Number 4 with his new EP Suncity, marking his first Official Irish Albums Chart appearance.
New entries and high climbers
Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody soundtrack starts out at Number 6, while Picture This return to the Top 10 after their five 2019 shows at Dublin’s 3Arena sold out earlier this week – their debut, self-titled LP is back up to 8.
Richard Ashcroft’s Natural Rebel becomes his fifth Top 20 album at 18, ahead of rising albums Greatest Hits by Westlife (21) and P!nk’s Beautiful Trauma (23), both resurging after tickets to their 2019 live shows went on sale.
Future and Juice Wrld’s collaborative mixtape Wrld on Drugs smokes its way to Number 24, while a 25th anniversary reissue of The Cranberries’ debut album Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We? impacts at 31. BTS member RM chalks up a Top 40 finish for his mixtape Mono at 37, ahead of Greta Van Fleet’s first album Anthem of the Peaceful Army (41).
Finally, after a performance on The Graham Norton Show, Christine and the Queens’ sophomore record Chris returns to the Top 50 at 46.
Take a look at every Official Irish Albums Chart Number 1 of the year: