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Adele continues to dominate the Irish Indie chart!
Yet another week at the top of the charts for the British chanteuse
The Hot Press Newsdesk, 17 Jun 2011
You'll forgive us if we're running out of superlatives and interesting ways to descibe Adele's domination of the Irish Indie chart. Quite frankly, it's getting a little frightening at this stage. This week sees the familiar double-whammy of the London songstress occupying the top two spots with 21 and 19 respectively.
Following a brief shake-up last week which saw 19 drop one place to No. 3, it appears order has been restored as Adele's debut album has regained the coveted No. 2 spot, sitting just behind the even more coveted No. 1 position which is taken up yet again by 21.
That means that last week's highest new entry, the cheekily-titled Suck It And See from Sheffield indie kings Arctic Monkeys, falls down to No. 3. Elsewhere it's no change for Ryan Sheridan with the Monaghan-based maestro sitting pretty at No. 4, while Bell X1 and Seasick Steve trade places, with Bloodless Coup climbing one place to No. 5 while Steve's You Can't Teach An Old Dog New Tricks drops to No. 6.
James Vincent McMorrow climbs an impressive four spots to join this week's top ten, with Early In The Morning up to No. 8. The highest new entry this week goes to Jason Bonham's rock supergroup Black Country Communion, who enter the chart at No. 16 with the cryptically-titled Black Country Communion 2.
There's also a re-entry for The Coronas ahead of their much-anticipated @ The Park show in Marlay Park, with Tony Was An Ex-Con coming back for more at No. 18.
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