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The Official Charts Company has revealed the most popular records since the official vinyl chart was created last year. Blackstar has taken No.1, but find out who else joins him in the Top 10...
David Bowie's final album rightly is at the top of this year's vinyl chart so far. His Blackstar album - which was already heading for the top spot before the news of his death - reached the top spot several times this year.
Adele's 25 smashed records all over the globe, cementing the singer's status as a worldwide superstar. While Adele is pipped to the post in the vinyl chart, she beat Bowie's Blackstar to take the top spot in the top albums sales so far overall.
The success of the Asif-Kapadia documentary, Amy, no doubt saw fans looking to own the late singer's breakthrough album on vinyl.
The Stone Roses album is another blast from the past for the Top 10, which was no doubt spurred on by their huge live shows announcement and all those rumours of a third album.
This Marvel superhero film with a difference is still making a huge impact on the charts. We can't wait for Awesome Mix Vol. 2, when the film returns next year.
Sheeran's Mulitply may have been first released in 2014, but it is still holding its title as a huge best-seller two years later.
A classic album that seems to never go out of style, sales of Nirvana's Nevermind were no doubt helped this year by the celebration of its 25th anniversary.
Coldplay’s much anticipated seventh studio album, A Head Full Of Dreams saw the band promise to take their album on the road with a world tour in 2016.
Despite AM being three years old, it still happens to be one of the most-loved Arctic Monkeys albums, with one of the most recognisable artworks...
Despite only making it to No. 4 on the UK album chart overall, Alone In The Universe was hugely coveted by vinyl lovers