The latest album by the rock band Muse tops the UK chart making it their fifth consecutive album to top the charts!
Muse recently released its latest album entitled ‘Drones’ which has also gone on to top the UK album charts. The album is the fifth album by Muse to have topped the charts in a lucrative career of only 12 years.
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All five of the albums released by the rock band Muse have topped the UK charts and their latest ‘Drone’ is no exception. The album landed the top spot on Sunday after beating other artists for the coveted position, according to Billboard.
Previously Muse’s debut album ‘Absolution’ in 2003 had topped the charts and landed the progressive rock band to fame. Since 2003 Muse has released four albums including Black Holes & Revelations in 2006, The Resistance in 2009 and The 2nd Law in 2012, with ‘Drone’ in 2015.
The band Muse consisting of band members Matthew Bellamy, Christopher Wolstenholme and Dominic Howard has proved time and again they are here to stay as proved by their fifth consecutive UK chart topping album.
According to the Official Charts Company the album ‘Drones’ went straight to the number one position on the UK album charts after its release. The album ‘Drones’ has had a total sales of about 73000 since its release and contains singles such as ‘Dead Inside’ and ‘Mercy’.
Since its release on ‘Drones’ pushed the album ‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’ by Florence & the Machine to second place on the UK album charts and the album ‘Act Two’ by Collabro subsequently went to second place.
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While on the UK singles chart Jason Derulo’s song ‘Want To Want Me’ reigns over on the top spot for the third consecutive week. The song ‘Want To Want Me’ by Derulo is his fourth single to have topped the singles UK chart in five years.