London: Singer George Ezra's 'Wanted on Voyage' is the UK's number one album for a fourth non-consecutive week. The album first claimed the number one spot in October 2014, and this week beat Ed Sheeran's 'x' to the top by just 400 copies, reported BBC online.
'x' remained at number two, while last week's number one, 'In the Lonely Hour' by Sam Smith, moved down to number three. Taylor Swift's '1989' stayed at number four, and Hozier's self-titled album rounded off the top five selling albums of the week.
Re-entering the chart at number 13 is Gregory Porter's 'Liquid Soul', as Carole King's 1971 album 'Tapestry' made a return at 21. Sheeran made another appearance in the charts with his debut '+' at number 33, while Kodaline's 'In a Perfect World' took 36.
Jamie T's 'Carry on the Grudge' is at 37, and violinist and conductor Andre Rieu took number 40 with 'Love in Venice'.