- 14 Feb 20
Another week, another chart
It's been another exciting week on the Irish Album Charts, as Green Day's Father of All has made a pretty impressive entrance with a debut at number 4. It supersedes Eminem's Music To Be Murdered by, while Dermot Kennedy and Billie Eilish battle it out for second and third place, respectively. Taylor Swift's Lover holds its own in the tenth position, surely due in part to the overwhelming popularity of her Netflix documentary Miss Americana.
Lewis Capaldi's Divinely Uninspired to A Hellish Extent enters its 39th week on the chart, in the number 1 position. It's the longest-reigning chart-topper in Ireland in fifteen years. Meanwhile, Ireland's favourite boy band Westlife climb into the top 50 with The Love Songs.
Official Irish Albums Chart Top 5:
1. Divinely Uninspired to A Hellish Extent - Lewis Capaldi
2. Without Fear - Dermot Kennedy
3. When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go - Billie Eilish
4. Father of All - Green Day
5. Music To Be Murdered By - Eminem
Over on the singles chart, Weeknd continues to dominate with "Blinding Lights" and Niall Horan debuts his mellow pop single "No Judgement" at number 20. Eilish sneaks into the top 5 with "Everything I Wanted" and Dua Lipa's "Don't Start Now" moves up the ranks to number 3.
Official Irish Singles Chart Top 5:
1. "Blinding Lights" - Weeknd
2. "The Box" - Roddy Ricch
3. "Don't Start Now" - Dua Lipa
4. "Before You Go" - Lewis Capaldi
5. "Everything I Wanted" - Billie Eilish
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