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The Greatest Showman Soundtrack Is Eyeing A 15th Non-Consecutive Lead At No 1 This Week

The Greatest Showman Soundtrack Is Eyeing A 15th Non-Consecutive Lead At No 1 This Week

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) The Greatest Showman soundtrack is eyeing a 15th non-consecutive lead at Nο 1 this week as its record-breaking success continues. Frank Turner's Be More Kind is narrowly behind at Number 2, while Plan B and Shinedown could also impact the Top 5 with their new records Heaven Before All Hell Breaks Loose (4) and Attention Attention (5).

Jon Hopkins is set for his first UK Top 40 album with Singularity at Number 9, while Parkway Drive could speed into the Top 10 for the first time in their careers with Reverence at Number 10.

Gaz Coombes' World's Strongest Man (11), Build A Tower from Slow Readers Club (12), and Reef's Revelation (15) are also bound for the Top 29, plus composer John Williams' A Life in Music (16) and Dove by Belly (19) are in contention for similar success.

Leon Bridges' second album Good Thing could become his second Top 40 entry at Number 22, and there are more potential Top 40 placings for Peace and Rae Sremmurd with Kindness is the New Rock and Roll (29) and Sr3mm (33).






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