- 09 May 14
She'll be watching her back next week, however, as the O.R.B boys are straight into second spot with All We Are…
Liberties belle Imelda May continues her incredible chart success this week, as her new release Tribal is the biggest selling album in the country for the second week running. It looks well on course to match, and perhaps surpass, the commercial achievements of Love Tattoo and Mayhem.
From the other side of the Liffey, East Wall hip-hop trio O.R.B make a big splash. Their second album, All We Are, debuts at No. 2. It shifts Paolo Nutini's Caustic Love down a spot.
Another new entry in the Top 5 this week comes in the form of Sheezus, the Kanye-cribbing, long-awaiting comeback from Lily Allen. She elbows Damon Albarn into fifth place.
Below the Blur man, we have an Irish double, as The Riptide Movement and Kodaline take No. 6 and No. 7 respectively. Ray LaMontagne's Supernova arrives at the highly-respected No. 8 position, while Ellie Goulding and One Direction (who play three nights in Croker later this month) round off the To 10.
For the full chart rundown, click here.