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Official Vinyl Albums Chart

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Official Vinyl Albums Chart is a weekly record chart in the United Kingdom. It is compiled by the Official Charts Company (OCC) on behalf of the music industry. It lists the top 40 most popular albums in the vinyl format each week. The chart, along with the corresponding Official Vinyl Singles Chart, was launched on 6 April 2015 to coincide with Record Store Day, and was introduced in response to the major rise in popularity of vinyl records, both songs and albums; 2014 saw 1.3 million vinyl albums sold in the UK for the first time since 1995.[1]

Martin Talbot, chief executive of the Official Charts Company, said: "We're delighted to launch the UK's first Official Vinyl Albums and Official Vinyl Singles charts on OfficialCharts.com, to coincide with Record Store Day this coming weekend. With vinyl album sales up by almost 70% already this year, vinyl junkies could well have snapped up 2 million units by the end of this year – an extraordinary number, if you consider sales were one-tenth of that just six years ago. This growth underlines the continuing resurgence of this much-loved format, whether you're a fan of Arctic Monkeys, Noel Gallagher, Led Zeppelin or David Bowie."[1]

On 12 April 2015, Future Hearts by All Time Low became the first number one on the Official Vinyl Albums Chart.[2]

Best-selling vinyl albums by year

Year Album Artist Record label Ref.
2011 The King of Limbs Radiohead XL [3]
2012 Coexist The xx Young Turks [4]
2013 AM Arctic Monkeys Domino [5]
2014 The Endless River Pink Floyd Parlophone
2015 25 Adele XL [6]
2016 Blackstar David Bowie RCA [7]
2017 ÷ Ed Sheeran Asylum [8]
2018 Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino Arctic Monkeys Domino [9]
2019 Why Me? Why Not. Liam Gallagher Warner [10]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Kriesler, Lauren (12 April 2015). "UK's Official Vinyl Charts launch as vinyl sales soar in 2015". Official Charts Company. Retrieved 3 January 2016.
  2. ^ Trendell, Andrew (13 April 2015). "All Time Low top first official UK vinyl sales chart". Gigwise. Retrieved 3 January 2016.
  3. ^ "The biggest selling vinyl albums of 2011 revealed". Official Charts.
  4. ^ "The Top 10 biggest selling vinyl albums of 2012". Official Charts.
  5. ^ "The Official Top 10 Biggest Selling Vinyl Albums Of 2013". Official Charts.
  6. ^ "Official Biggest Vinyl Singles and Albums of 2015 revealed". Official Charts.
  7. ^ "The Official Top 40 biggest selling vinyl albums and singles of 2016". Official Charts.
  8. ^ "The Official Top 40 biggest selling vinyl albums and singles of 2017". Official Charts.
  9. ^ "The Official Top 40 biggest vinyl albums and singles of 2018". Official Charts.
  10. ^ "The Official Top 40 biggest vinyl albums and singles of 2019". Official Charts.

External links

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