Radiohead, Foo Fighters, Bee Gees Back in U.K. Top Ten After Glastonbury; "OK Computer" Number 1 on Five Charts

by VVN Music

As happens every year, the Glastonbury festival has catapulted numerous artists back up the charts.

Ed Sheeran reclaimed the number 1 spot with his album Divide, giving him his twelfth week at number 1.

Radiohead was the big winner among veteran artists as their OK Computer jumps up to number 2 on the strength of both their festival show and the brand new twentieth anniversary edition of the album.

Further down the charts, their A Moon Shaped Pool reenters at 45 and The Bends at 93. OK Computer is at the top of the Album Sales, Physical Albums, Vinyl Albums, Record Store Albums & Independent Albums charts.

The Foo Fighters' Greatest Hits jumps 45 to 6 while Barry Gibb's Sunday night performance sent the Bee Gees' Timeless: The All-Time Greatest Hits to number 9.

Also new to the top ten is Prince's Purple Rain soundtrack which just had its deluxe edition release. The album reenters at number 7. It also tops the Sountrack Albums chart.

Joe Bonamassa has the only new album by a veteran artist with Live at Carnegie Hall: An Acoustic Evening at number 30. It's his seventeenth album to chart in the U.K. since 2007, eight of which have been live albums. He also is at number 1 on the Jazz & Blues Albums.

Following Sheeran and Radiohead on the Albums chart is Imagine Dragon's Evolve, Royal Blood's How Did We Get So Dark and Rag'N'Bone Man's Human.

Glen Campbell remains at number 1 on the Americana and Country Artist charts with Adios.

Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber return to number 1 on the Singles chart for the seventh week after a week out with Despacito (Remix) followed by Wild Thoughts by DJ Khaled Featuring Rihanna and Bryson Tiller, Bridge Over Troubled Water by Artists For Grenfell, Unforgettable by French Montana Featuring Swae Lee and Mama by Jonas Blue Featuring William Singe.

Despacito also tops the Streaming chart while Artists For Grenfell are number 1 on the Singles Sales and Downloads charts. The Smiths' The Queen is Dead is the top selling vinyl single.

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