Pigeons flying to UK No.1 with ‘The Universal Want’


Pigeons are on the rise with the Midweek UK chart The universal wanted (Virgin), their first album in over a decade.

Manchester should be third No.1 with alternative rock outfits The universal wanted, Which, according to the official chart company, is adding to the rest of the top 5.

The band already has five top 20 albums, including chart leaders The last broadcast (2002) more some cities (2005). The most recent studio album of the three Kingdom of war Started back at number 2 in 2009.

Another stage band flying high as everything on the official chart update Re-animator (Infinity Industries) starts at number 2. The indie rock outfits do well to best their No. 5 chart peak, which they have managed on two occasions.

The veteran debuts at number 3 on the midweek chart with goth-metal artist Marilyn Manson We are chaos (Concorde / Loma Vista), his 11th studio album. Manson already has five Top 10 albums to his name.

Psychedelic rock outfit The Flaming Lips could become the highest charity album in his career American chief (Bella Union), new at number 5 on the midweek list; While the singer bows at number 8 with Rauchford Twice in a lifetime, Which should be the R&B artist’s first Top 20 album in 23 years.

Meanwhile, Cardi B and Megan Thele’s “Wap” are moving into the UK singles chart race. It is ranked No. 1 in official chart updates, ahead of 24koldn by Hayden One, AJ Tracy and Stormy featuring Ian Dyer’s “Mood” (Black Butter) and “Iint It Different” (Black Butter).

Official UK singles and album charts are published late Friday night, local time.