UK Top Ten Albums 10-4-19 – 10-10-19

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1 – ABBEY ROAD (SUPER DELUXE) – THE BEATLES –  A+

2 – WHY ME? WHY NOT? – LIAM GALLAGHER – B-

3 – DIVINELY UNINSPIRED TO A HELLISH EXTENT – LEWIS CAPALDI – D+

4 – PTSD – D-BLOCK EUROPE – B

5 –  HOLLYWOOD BLEEDING – POST MALONE – B+

6 – NO 6 COLLABORATIONS PROJECT – ED SHEERAN – B+

7 – HYPERSONIC MISSILES – SAM FENDER – C+

8 – WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP WHERE DO WE GO – BILLIE EILISH – A

9 – LOVER – TAYLOR SWIFT – B+

10  – BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY – QUEEN – OST

Comment: In response to that who claim all modern music (say 1920s – 2020s) will be forgotten soon enough, I see nothing in our cultural history to support such a claim. Homer’s “The Odyssey” dates from the 8th century BC. And The Beatles are bigger now than Homer was then. Everything lives on.  If Liam had to be taken off the top wrung, I bet he is very happy it is The Beatles who took him. Speaking of which, I don’t get Noel’s claim that grime is the new punk. I first listened to Wiley in 2004, and have been writing about him (and grime) here since 2009. Punk, UK Punk, started in 1976, peaked in 1977, and was dead by 1979.

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