Following on from the success of topping the UK album chart with ‘On An Island’, have a look at these glorious chart placings:
Number One in Italy, Norway and the UK.
Number Two in Austria and Iceland.
Number Three in Germany and the Netherlands.
Number Four in Denmark, Portugal and Switzerland.
We expect it to top the charts in Sweden, too. News the moment we get it.
We should shortly have both the US and Canadian charts, where we also expect high placings.
Alas, it’s not all good news. Ireland and France need to shift a few more copies pronto. 16th and 19th?! That’s not good enough. Can you honestly tell us the names of 18 current albums that are better than David’s? I very much doubt it.
So, on behalf of our fiery blog community, please don’t let the side down. David will be in Paris tomorrow, so let him know that his album will soon be rocketing up the French chart. 19th will not do. We’re counting on you, mes amis.
Don’t forget that ‘On An Island’ is still the top-selling music album on iTunes in the UK, not to mention the most requested order from both Amazon UK and US.
Not bad, is it?