Pendulum Claim The Top Spot in UK Sales Charts

Pendulum has just grabbed their first UK number 1 with Immersion. The Australian drum & bass/rock outfit took the top spot in from of the Rolling Stones’ “Excile on Main St.”.

Warner Music also claimed the week’s second-bestselling album as Michael Bublé’s “Crazy Love” (Reprise), which received additional promotion around his recent arena dates in Britain, rebounded 19-2. The album, which had already sold close to 1.2 million copies by the turn of the year, is now five times platinum for U.K. shipments of 1.5 million.

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    well this is what happened when you go through the dance industry making commercial music based on the simple principles of a genre… to the then perfect, get big enough and then ‘become’ a band ‘image’ with some now major promotion…. personally i think it’s this kind of pop idol approach that is killing electronic music in the UK and the dance industry that once remained.

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