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Picnic-bound Ed Sheeran tops the Irish album chart
And Rita Ora has the week's top selling single...
The Hot Press Newsdesk, 10 Aug 2012
Ed Sheeran keeps Adele's 21 off the top of the album chart, for the moment at least, with his album +.The flame-haired singer songwriter is heading to these shores for a performance at Electric Picnic in three weeks time.
Elsewhere in the official Irish album charts, One Direction's Up All Night, David Guetta's Nothing But The Beat and Emeli Sandi with Our Version of Events make up the top five.
The Kosovo-born sing Rita Ora claims the number one in the Irish singles charts with 'How Do We Do (Party)' pushing last week's number one Calvin Harris feat Example with 'We'll Be Coming Back' to the number two spot.
Florence and the Machine's 'Spectrum (Say My Name)' stays put at number three and Of Monsters and Men with 'Little Talks' makes an impressive climb from tenth position to number four.
Will.i.am feat. Eva Simons and 'This is Love' along with Flo Rida and 'Whistle both slip back a spot from last week to fifth and sixth position.
The indie album chart is topped by non-mover Adele with 21. Dublin feel good pop , r'n'b outfit the Original Rudeboys are in second place with their This Life album.
Rhythm and Repose from Glen Hansard climbs a spot to number three and newcomer Cut The World from Mercury Prize winning Anthony and the Johnsons is straight in at number four in the indie album chart.