Plus Shawn Mendes knocks Bieber off the top spot.


As the nation continues to mourn David Bowie’s passing, 19 of his albums have hit the UK Official Charts this week.

In an incredible show of love and respect for the late David Bowie, the UK have bought enough of his records to place 19 of his 85 (!!) albums in the charts this week. Following on from its debut at number 1 last week, ‘Blackstar’ holds strong against Adele’s ’25,’ with another 82,000 copies shifted in the past seven days. Career highlights ‘Hunky Dory’ and ‘Let’s Dance’ find themselves at number 12 and 35 respectively, and Bowie has three records in the top ten alone.

Check out his full chart ********** below:

1. Blackstar
3. Best Of Bowie
6. Nothing Has Changed
12. Hunky Dory
19. The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars
22. Aladdin Sane
24. The Next Day
31. Low
35. Let’s Dance
41. The Best Of David Bowie, 1969/1974
45. Heroes
46. Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)
54. The Man Who Sold The World
55. Diamond Dogs
62. Space Oddity
64. Lodger
83. Pin Ups
89. Station To Station
99. Young Americans

Over on the singles charts, Justin Bieber’s reign of terror may finally be coming to an end as Shawn Mendes’ “Stitches” knocks him off the number 1 spot, rising from his number 2 position last week. Bieber fans need not feat though, Justin rounds out the top four with “Love Yourself,” “Sorry” and “What Do You Mean.”

Which of Bowie’s albums have you been listening to since he passed?