Wednesday, January 9, 2013

UK Album Top Charts (6 to 12 January 2013) – Billboard

1 – Our Version Of Events – Emeli Sande
Our Version of Events is the debut album from Emeli Sandé, the Scottish singer-songwriter who previously leant her sumptuous vocals to the likes of Chipmunk and Wiley - both of which earning themselves top ten UK singles in the process. Sandé mixes R&B, soul and trip hop to create a sound that is full of attitude and heart, while managing to be incredibly catchy at the same time. Our Version of Events features the single “Heaven”., Rovi

2 – Right Place Right Time – Olly Murs
Right Place, Right Time is the third studio album from former X Factor contestant Olly Murs, following 2011’s In Case You Didn’t Know. Including the single “Troublemaker” - which features Flo Rida - Right Place, Right Time’s blend of pop and R&B is both catchy and infectious., Rovi

3 – Unapologetic – Rihanna
Unapologetic is the seventh studio album from Rihanna, following the success of 2011’s Talk That Talk with the kind of attitude, style and hooks fans will have come to expect from the Barbadian who became a household name with her 2007 hit “Umbrella”. Unapologetic includes the uplifting, piano-led single ”Diamonds” and is produced by Benny Blanco and StarGate., Rovi

4 – Christmas – Michael Buble
Except for a 2003 EP, Michael Bublé hadn't released a holiday album until 2011's Christmas, which coincided with a television special on NBC, A Michael Bublé Christmas. The album was produced by David Foster, Bob Rock, and Humberto Gatica, and featured duets with Shania Twain, the Puppini Sisters, and Thalía, among others. Along with holiday favorites ("Silent Night," "Jingle Bells," "White Christmas," "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town"), Christmas also features "Cold December Night," an original from Bublé. Special editions included three bonus tracks and an exclusive ornament with "extended" packaging. ~ John Bush, Rovi

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