There aren’t any banana peels for Gorillaz, because the digital group swings to No. 1 on the U.Okay. chart with Cracker Island (through Parlophone).
Gorillaz’ eighth and newest album had led on the midweek stage, and it goes on to finish the chart race in first place.
Fronted by Blur’s Damon Albarn and Tank Woman artist Jamie Hewlett, the band now has seven high 10 appearances on the Official U.Okay. Albums Chart, and two leaders, together with 2005’s Demon Days.
Cracker Island additionally reigns over the Official Vinyl Albums Chart, because the most-purchased report on wax within the U.Okay., the Official Charts Firm reviews.
Arriving at No. 3 on the most recent all-genres survey, revealed March 3, is Good Riddance (Interscope), the debut full-length LP from Los Angeles-born singer and songwriter Gracie Abrams.
Additionally new to the most recent tally is Adam Lambert’s fifth studio album Excessive Drama (EastWest/Rhino). It drops in at No. 5, for the U.S. pop star’s second solo high 10 look and career-best chart place.
Lambert’s earlier solo finest is a No. 8 for The Unique Excessive from 2015, although his Reside Round The World LP with Queen went to No. 1 in 2020.
Obey Robots, the duo of Laura Kidd (Penfriend, She Makes Conflict) and Ned’s Atomic Dustbin member Gareth “Rat” Pring, nab a high 20 with One in a Thousand (My Massive Sister Recordings). It’s new at No. 14
Additional down the listing, U.S. rapper and producer Yeat baggage his first U.Okay. Albums Chart look with Aftërlyfe (No. 20 through Geffen); London rockers Disgrace scoop a 3rd high 40 with Meals for Worms (No. 21 through Lifeless Oceans); Scottish singer-songwriter Callum Beattie enjoys a profession peak with Vandals (No. 22 through 3 Beat/AATW); Manchester rock act The Gradual Readers Membership earn a fourth high 40 with Data Freedom Energy (No. 29 through Velveteen); and Texas-based singer and rapper Don Toliver delivers a 3rd high 40 with Love Sick (No. 36 through Atlantic).