The Stone Roses set to re-enter the UK Top 10 this weekend

The Stone Roses are set to re-enter the UK Top 10 this weekend after their triumphant homecoming gigs at Heaton Park. The reunited band's compilation The Very Best Of The Stone Roses is set to reach Number Eight on Sunday (July 8), while their classic debut self-titled LP is set to take the Number 32 slot. Chris Brown, meanwhile, is set to take the top spot in the album chart with his new record Fortune, with last week's Number One Linkin Park down to Number Three with Living Things and Maroon 5 at Number Two with Overexposed, reports the Official Charts Company.

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The Stone Roses are set to re-enter the UK Top 10 this weekend after their triumphant homecoming gigs at Heaton Park.

The reunited band’s compilation The Very Best Of The Stone Roses is set to reach Number Eight on Sunday (July 8), while their classic debut self-titled LP is set to take the Number 32 slot.

Chris Brown, meanwhile, is set to take the top spot in the album chart with his new record Fortune, with last week’s Number One Linkin Park down to Number Three with Living Things and Maroon 5 at Number Two with Overexposed, reports the Official Charts Company.

Emeli Sande is set to be Number Four, with Ed Sheeran at Five, Kanye West and Jay-Z at Number Six and Rihanna, Cheryl Cole and Paloma Faith making up the rest of the Top 10.

The King Blues’ posthumous album Long Live The Struggle is set to chart at Number 29, with Mary Chapin Carpenter also new at 19 with Ashes And Roses.

In the singles chart, Maroon 5 are set to return to the top of the chart with ‘Payphone’, with Chris Brown at Number Two and Will.i.am at Number Three with ‘This Is Love’.


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