The Fab Four’s historic Abbey Street album is on training course to return to the top rated place 50 many years after it first dominated the Formal Chart in October 1969. For the duration of its original run, the album spent 17 weeks at Range 1, 11 of which were consecutive.
As of today’s Official Chart Update, Abbey Highway has a lead of 12,000 chart revenue over past week’s chart-topper Why Me? Why Not. from Liam Gallagher (2). A recently released 50th anniversary version of the album on CD and vinyl, featuring earlier unheard materials from the recording classes, are driving its profits this week.
In the meantime, Lewis Capaldi’s former Quantity 1 album Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent is climbing once more this week next his the latest BBC Radio 1 Reside Lounge Symphony, now back up 4 sites to Range 3.
South London collective D-Block Europe are on course for this week’s best new entry with their new mixtape PTSD, setting up at Number 4 at the midweek stage, and Swedish prog-metal team Opeth could declare their maximum charting album however with In Cauda Venenum at 8. Scouting For Girls could also land in the Prime 10 with their fifth record The Issues With Boys at 10.
Blues singer Beth Hart starts at Quantity 12 with her 13th studio album War In My Head, Thunder’s The Finest Hits rumbles in at Selection 13, British rock band Temples could assert their 3rd Best 40 record with Very hot Movement at Selection 17, and a fourth Prime 40 album is on the playing cards for L.A. band Steel Panther Weighty Metallic Procedures at Quantity 19.
Much more model-new albums eyeing up a Top rated 40 debut this week are: Exhibit of Hands‘ Battlefield Dance Flooring (22) Kirk by Dababy (27) The Talkies from Girl Band (29) Midge Ure’s Soundtrack – 1978-2019 (36) Serious Electric power Steel by DragonForce (38) and Becky Hill’s mini-album Get To Know (39).