Liam Gallagher charges towards Number 1 with second solo album Why Me? Why Not?

Liam Gallagher, Keane and Blink-182 are all set for big new entries this week.

Liam Gallagher is on course to claim another Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart with his second solo record, Why Me? Why Not?

The highly anticipated follow-up to Liam’s 2017 solo debut As You Were is currently outperforming the rest of the Top 5 combined. It could be Liam’s tenth total Number 1 album including Oasis’ eight previous Number 1s.

Also set for a big entry this week are Keane, who return from their hiatus with their fifth album Cause and Effect, currently at Number 2, and US rockers Blink-182 could land a Number 3 debut with their eighth studio album Nine.

Meanwhile, Psychodrama by Dave zooms 28 places to Number 9 following its Mercury Music Prize win last week - potentially returning to the Top 10 for the first time since April.

Fleetwood Mac could see two of their collections rising following a documentary profile about member Christine McVie: Rumours is up 27 places to Number 11 and 50 Years: Don’t Stop jumps eight to Number 15.

Brittany Howard’s debut solo album Jaime could see a Top 20 debut at 13, while Reverend & The Makers’ Best Of album is currently at Number 17, and The Owl by US country music collective Zac Brown Band starts at Number 25.

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The Best Of Billy Bragg At The BBC, a 38-track collection compiled from the artist’s live sessions between 1983-2019, is on course to debut at Number 27, Lizzo’s Cuz I Love You could reach a brand new peak following its release on vinyl, rising 24 places to Number 31, and Massive Attack’s Mezzanine Remix Tapes ’98 - featuring “radical re-workings” of the band’s songs and available only on pink vinyl - is currently at Number 39.

Finally, Swedish singer-songwriter Tove Lo is set to debut at Number 40 with fourth studio album Sunshine Kitty.

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