It’s quite busy this week in the U.K., with five new titles and another returning to the top 10. But many of the most important moves and anniversaries are lower than the No. 10 space. A few beloved works have reached milestones that are normally reserved for the greatest and best.
These are the four top-rated U.K. albums this week.
No. 1 – Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds. Back the Way We Came. Vol. 1 (2011-2021).
Noel Gallagher has been so popular in the U.K., he can reach No. Noel Gallagher can hit No. 1 on the Albums Chart whenever he releases a new album. Back the Way We Came Vol. The album, which includes the best songs from his time with his band, debuts at No. Gallagher is now No. 1 on the U.K.’s top 100 most-read titles. With a dozen titles, Gallagher is No. 1 on the Albums Chart.
No. No. 13 – Queen Greatest Hits
One of 10 No. 1 albums by the band. Queen’s Greatest Hits compilation, which was one of the band’s 10 No. 1 album in the U.K. is still doing extremely well in their homeland. Although the group’s latest set fell out of the top 10, it could soon be back, since it is often found either within the region or below it.
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The title reaches 950 weeks on U.K. Albums Charts, making it one the longest-charting albums of all time.
One of Michael Jackson’s most beloved songs also marks a special milestone in U.K. music history. The Number One’s compilation by the singer, songwriter, and dancer, also reached No. 1, and held the top spot for two periods. This milestone is not common for titles.
No. 99 – Stone Roses The Best of the Stone Roses
The Stone Roses released only two albums during their time together. This makes it almost comical that they now have several collections of their greatest hits. The compilation The Best of The Stone Roses is still in demand by British fans. It almost dropped off the rankings this year. It now stands at No. It is now at No. 99, marking 104 weeks or exactly two years on the U.K. Albums Chart.