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Timberlake & Eminem Stay in British Top Ten Albums; Belle & Sebastian Have Highest Debut By Veteran Artist

by VVN Music

Justin Timberlake and Eminem remain in the British top ten albums again this week, switching positions from last week.

Timberlake moves from 8 to 7 in the third week of release of Man of the Woods while Eminem drops 7 to 8 with Revival which is in its tenth week in the top ten.

Belle and Sebastian have the highest debuting album for the week. How to Solve Our Human Problems - Pt 1-3, opens at 28. The new release combines their last three EP releases (thus, the "Pt 1-3") which had been released one per month from December to February. None of the individual releases had charted.

At 46 is the debut of the latest compilation by the Cranberries, Dreams: The Collection. The group had previously been to number 16 with the 2002 set Stars: The Best of 1992-2002, a peak which they hit earlier this year only after the death of lead singer Dolores O'Riordan.

The soundtrack to The Greatest Showman tops the British Albums for the seventh week followed by Ed Sheeran's Divide, Dua Lipa's self-titled album, Rag'N'Bone Man's Human and Camila Cabello's Camila.

On the Singles chart, Drake is number 1 for the fifth week with "God's Plan" followed by Rudimental, Jess Glynne and Macklemore with "These Days", Dua Lipa with "IDGAF", Portugal the Man with "Feel It Still" and Kendrick Lamar & SZA with "All the Stars".

Muse debuts at 76 with Thought Contagion.