- 26 Nov 21
Adele is followed by Christy Moore at No.2 on this week’s Official Irish Albums Chart, with Flying Into Mystery.
There's no stopping Adele on the charts this week – as she scores No.1s on both the Official Irish Albums and Singles Charts, with her new album 30, and the LP's lead single 'Easy On Me', respectively. The album, which outperforms the rest of the week's Top 10 combined, has also scored the biggest opening week chart sales of 2021 so far.
30 is Adele's third consecutive No.1 album in Ireland – following 21 in 2011 and 25 in 2015.
30 tracks 'Oh My God' and 'I Drink Wine' have also landed in the Top 5 on the Official Irish Singles Chart, at No.3 and No.5 respectively.
Meanwhile, Christy Moore has debuted at No.2 on this week’s Official Irish Albums Chart with his 31st solo album Flying Into Mystery.
Elsewhere in the Top 10, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss debut at No.6 with Raise The Roof, while Oasis’ Knebworth 1996 enters at No.7. Bruce Springsteen is at No.10 with The Legendary 1979 No Nukes Concerts. At No.11 is U2's Achtung Baby, following its 30th anniversary.
On the Official Irish Singles Chart, meanwhile, 17-year-old Nashville pop prodigy Gayle leaps 26 places to No.7 with 'ABCDEFU'.
Sam Fender jumps four spots to No.9 with 'Seventeen Going Under', his first Top 10 hit in Ireland.
Three Christmas classics re-emerge on this week’s Official Irish Singles Chart – including Mariah Carey’s 'All I Want For Christmas Is You' at No.24, 'Last Christmas' by Wham! at No.36, and The Pogue’s 'Fairytale Of New York' featuring Kirsty MacColl at No.43.