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Harry's "Fine Line" peaks at #2 UK 1 year post-release

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Meanwhile, Harry Styles’ Fine Line enjoys a boost, up eight spots to a new peak at Number 2 following the releasing of the video for his latest single Treat People With Kindness.


It initially peaked at #3 throughout 2020 and was the 2nd biggest album of 2020. The longevity is something else :clap3:


Top 20:

1. Taylor Swift - evermore (+1)

2. Harry Styles - Fine Line (+8, new peak)

3. Little Mix - Confetti (+1)

4. Pop Smoke - Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon (+1)

5. Dua Lipa - Future Nostalgia (-2)

6. Lewis Capaldi - Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent (+6)

7. Queen - Greatest Hits (+1)

8. Eminem - Music to Be Murdered By (-1)

9. Sam Smith - Love Goes (=)

10. The Kid LAROI - F*CK LOVE (+12, new peak)

11. Ariana Grande - positions (=)

12. Taylor Swift - folklore (+3)

13. Juice WRLD - Legends Never Die (+9)

14. Miley Cyrus - Plastic Hearts (+2)

15. Neil Diamond & the London Symphony Orchestra - Classic Diamonds (-9)

16. Elton John - Diamonds (-2)

17. Fleetwood Mac - 50 Years: Don't Stop (+3)

18. Ed Sheeran - Divide (+5)

19. Arctic Monkeys - AM (+10)

20. Billie Eilish - When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (+5)

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Kind of shook it didn't debut at number one, but this is insane longevity. Don't particularly care for the album but you have to admit this is very impressive!

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Ooo, a very late UK album peak, impressive.


Ellie comes to mind as well





Edited by rihannabiggestfan
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it's absurd how it didn't go #1 tho, hope it gets soon cause it would be so out of place for such a successful album, considering its also his home country 

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3 minutes ago, Likingstars said:

Who blocked him on the chart during release week? :skull:

Rod Stewart and Stormzy, which makes a LOT of sense 

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