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Mumford & Sons reclaim the UK number one spot after headlining Glastonbury

Mumford & Sons reclaim number 1 spot after Glastonbury performance

Mumford & Sons Glastonbury headline performance has certainly paid off for the West London band as sales of “Babel” have pushed the album back to the number one spot. And it would also appear the BBC coverage of the event paid off for the Arctic Monkeys and Rolling Stones in a similar fashion.

“Babel” climbed a massive 15 places to return to the top spot while the bands debut album “Sign no More” also had similar fortune after climbing 25 places to the number 12 spot.

Sheffield’s Arctic Monkeys “Whatever People Say That’s What I’m Not” returned to the chart at the number 15 spot while the Rollings Stones greatest hits album “GRRRR!” climbed 25 places to number 20.

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