Rod Stewart rounds out the final Official Albums Chart of 2019 as his latest collection You’re In My Heart holds on to the Number 1 spot.
Rod’s 10th UK chart-topping album extends reign at the top for a third week, notching up 47,500 chart sales.
The music icon fends off competition from Michael Bublé’s Christmas album, which lifts from 8 to 2 – its highest peak in seven years.
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There’s a big contrast between this week’s Top 2 albums: 96% of Rod’s sales were physical copies, while 66% of sales from Bublé’s 2011 festive album came from streaming. Watch Rod celebrate his latest Number 1 album with Official Charts below:
Elsewhere, Robbie Williams’s The Christmas Present rebounds three places to Number 4, and Billie Eilish’s When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go jumps up seven places to Number 10.
Further down, a handful of albums make big climbs back into the Top 40, including Lana Del Rey’s Norman F**king Rockwell, which vaults 45 places to Number 32 after ranking highly in lots of critics’ end-of-year albums lists.
Billie Eilish’s mixtape Don’t Smile At Me leaps 17 spots to 33, and George Ezra’s former chart-topping Staying At Tamara’s lifts two to 39.