Andrea Bocelli lands his first No. 1 album within the U.Okay. with Si (Sugar/Decca/Universal), which additionally turns into the primary classical album to high the artist chart for almost 21 years. Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's “Shallow” (Interscope/Universal) begins a second week atop the Official Charts Company's singles countdown.
The Bocelli album is the primary classical bestseller since James Horner spent three weeks on the summit with the Titanic soundtrack early in 1998. For the final No. 1 by a classical vocalist, it's important to return even additional, to 1996, when Luciano Pavarotti, Jose Carreras and Placido Domingo led the way in which with The Three Tenors in Concert.
The Interscope soundtrack to A Star Is Born falls to No. 2 on the brand new album chart, whereas the Bohemian Rhapsody soundtrack (Virgin/Universal) is up 5-Three. The Greatest Showman (Atlantic/Warner) is the third rating album on this week's high 4, falling 2-Four as English singer-songwriter Tom Odell's third set Jubilee Road (Columbia/Sony) turns into his third high 5 title in a row, beginning at No. 5.
For the primary time since 1992, Queen have two albums within the high ten, because the Bohemian Rhapsody film helps The Platinum Collection (Virgin/EMI/Universal) vault 34-7. The band's sturdy Virgin/EMI Greatest Hits compilation -- formally the U.Okay.'s bestselling album ever -- leaps 78-23.
On the singles chart, the Gaga/Cooper monitor holds off the problem of Little Mix's “Woman Like Me” (Interscope/Cash Money/Universal), that includes Nicki Minaj, which entered two weeks in the past at No. 5 and now rebounds 6-2. “Promises” (Columbia/Sony) by Calvin Harris and Sam Smith is down 2-Three; Dave's “Funky Friday” (Dave Neighbourhood), that includes Fredo, and “Happier” by Marshmello & Bastille (Positiva/Universal) are every down a spot at Nos. Four and 5. Freya Ridings bounces again 13-9 with “Lost Without You” (Good Soldier).