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Ed Sheeran's 'No.6 Collaborations Project' remains at no.2 with another 126,000 sales, a total of 1,371,000 so far.
By the way his 2017 set 'Divide' breaks through the 15 million border in sales this week with exactly 15,012,000.
The album, which contains the singles ‘Schism’ and ‘Parabola’, has seen off competition from Billie Eilish and the soundtracks to What’s more, five Tool tracks are currently in i Tunes’ top 10 downloaded songs chart.
‘Schism’, ‘Forty Six & 2’, ‘Stinkfist’, ‘Ænema’, and ‘Vicarious’ are all featured alongside the likes of Lil Nas X‘s ‘Old Town Road’ and Billie Eilish’s ‘Bad Guy’.
They're also dominating the top 10 for track downloads Tool‘s album ‘Lateralus’ is currently Number 1 on the i Tunes albums chart, after the band made their entire back catalogue available to stream online.
The LA outfit uploaded a link to their social media pages earlier this week, allowing fans to play ‘The Full Catalog’ via their preferred streaming platform.
They fare even better with follow-up This Is Not A Safe Place, which debuts at No.7 (5,031 sales), becoming their first Top 10 entry since Going Blank Again and Carnival Of Light became back-to-back No.5 albums in 19, respectively.
With upwards of 20 mixtapes and compilations to his credit since 2011, Young Thug is one of raps most prolific artists at least in terms of output.
The dinosaur on our current hitlist is 'When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
Overall album sales are down 0.37% week-on-week at 1,658,643, 0.60% above same week 2018 sales of 1,648,800.