Pink seizes a third week at Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart with Hurts 2B Human

Plus, Whitesnake hit a landmark with their new album Flesh & Blood.

Pink lands a third week at Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart with Hurts 2B Human, claiming the highest physical sales and digital downloads of the last seven days.  

Previous chart-topper, Billie Eilish’s When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? is the week’s most streamed album, climbing back up to Number 2.

Meanwhile, Whitesnake claim a tenth Top 10 album with Flesh & Blood (7). It’s the first Top 10 effort from the band in over a decade; 2008’s Good to Be Bad also debuted at Number 7.

Ed Sheeran’s Divide climbs six places to Number 8 following the release of his new single with Justin Bieber I Don’t Care, while US rapper Logic debuts at Number 12 with Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind, his fourth Top 20 album.

Adele sees two of her albums, 25 and 21, return to the Official Albums Chart Top 40 this week following the airing of a documentary about the star – they land at Number 13 and 26 respectively. Additionally, her debut album 19 returns to the Top 100 at Number 54.

Mac DeMarco earns his third Top 40 release with Here Comes The Cowboy at Number 23, and 1976 Eurovision winners Brotherhood Of Man debut at 29 with their Gold album, just ahead of this year’s final on May 18.

Finally, Bob Marley & The Wailers’ greatest hits album Legend - which was Number 1 for 12 weeks following its initial release 35 years ago this week - returns to the Top 40 (37), flying 18 places after the 38th anniversary of Bob Marley’s death on May 11.

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