Scottish producer-DJ Calvin Harris' "18 Months," which debuted atop the U.K. album chart in November, returned to the summit yesterday (Sunday) with a 7-1 climb. Emeli Sandé's "Our Version Of Events," which fell to second place, nevertheless claimed another record, for the most consecutive weeks in the U.K. top ten for a debut solo artist album from its point of release, with 47. James Arthur's "Impossible" continued to top the singles chart.
The final U.K. charts of 2012, published Sunday (Dec. 30), showed Emeli Sandé’s “Our Version Of Events” (Virgin/EMI) maintaining its place at No. 1 and as the bestselling artist album of the year. “X Factor” winner James Arthur’s “Impossible” (Syco Music/Sony Music Entertainment), which topped the singles chart two weeks ago, returned 2-1
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