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Mick Flannery still at #1
Another strong showing from the Corkman...
The Hot Press Newsdesk, 20 Apr 2012
Three weeks down and Mick Flannery's Red To Blue remains at the top of the Irish Album Chart, fending off competition from Adele and a resurgent Lana Del Rey.
Adele's 21 moves up one place to #2 this week while Ms. Del Rey climbs an impressive six spots to take the #3 position. There's no movement at #4 with Moshi Monsters' Music Rox! holding firm while Nicki Minaj and her Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded full-length drops from #2 to #5.
Bruce Springsteen, David Guetta, Ed Sheeran, Emeli Sandé and One Direction round out the top ten. For the full chart click here.
The Hot Press Newsdesk
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