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It's Now Six Weeks For Eminem in the British Top Five; Magnum Get Highest Charting Since 1990

by VVN Music

Eminem continues his run as the top selling veteran artist in Britain for the sixth week as Revival moves 4 to 5.  The album is yet to be lower than 5 on the U.K. Albums chart.

British rockers Magnum have the highest charting album by a veteran artist for the week with Lost on the Road to Eternity starting at 15. This is the band's twentieth studio album and their highest charting since 1990 when Goodnight L.A. went to number 9. It's also the third highest charting album of their career behind L.A. and Wings of Heaven (1988 / #5).

At 60 is the new live album from Whitesnake, The Purple Tour: Live where the band plays the music of Deep Purple. Of the eight live albums have released, this is the highest charting in Britain since their first, Live...In the Heart of the City (1980 / #5).

Black Label Society, the metal band started by Zakk Wylde in the late 80's, premiers at 78 with Grimmest Hits, the third highest charting entry for the band after Catacombs of the Black Vatican (2014 / #30) and Shot to Hell (2006 / #69).

The soundtrack to The Greatest Showman is in its third week at number 1 followed by Mania by Fall Out Boy, Ruins by First Aid Kit, Divide by Ed Sheeran and Eminem.

On the Singles chart, Eminem, with Ed Sheeran, has dropped 1 to 3 with "River" while Kylie Minogue's new single, "Dancing", debuts at 47 and the second track released from Justin Timberlake's new album, "Supplies", premiers at 84.

Drake has taken over the top spot with "God's Plan" followed by "Barking" by Ramz, Eminem & Sheeran, "IDGAF" by Dua Lipa and "Tip Toe" by Jason DeRulo Featuring French Montana.