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Jake Bugg LP hits No. 1
The album, which contains numbers such as Ballad of Mr Jones, Lightning Bolt, Note To Self and Seen It All, has hit the album chart number one spot, says the Official Charts Company.
Third in the chart was the recently released Glassheart from Leona Lewis. Second was Mumford and Sons' LP Babel.
Lewis' record is home to the likes of Stop The Clocks, Un Love Me, When It Hurts and Lovebird.
She's already released LPs Spirit and Echo in the past. The former record included well-known singles like Better In Time and Bleeding Love.
Lewis won 2006's run of The X Factor, meaning her name features among the likes of Bad Boys singer Alexandra Burke and Run For Your Life star Matt Cardle on run-down's of the well-known programme's past winners.
Published by AW. Posted on 22 Oct 2012 16:06 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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