David Bowie's new album, Blackstar, was well on its way to No.1 before news of his deth emerged. Now though, it's extended its lead - and brought 13 other Bowie albums along with it.
The iconic musician died on Sunday (10 January), just two days after his 69th birthday and the release of Blackstar, which has been interpreted in the past few days as his final goodbye.
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Now, it's extended its lead in the UK albums chart with almost 90,000 sales, a doubling of the figures overnight. There are a further 13 Bowie records elsewhere in the charts, with The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust at No.19, Hunky Dory at No.20 and Aladdin Sane at No.32.
Three of his greatest hits records are also in the charts, with 2014's Nothing Has Changed at No.7. The singer also has 9 singles in the UK charts, with 'Heroes' looking poised to overtake its chart best of No.24.
As for streaming, unsurprisingly, the story continues in the same vein. Streams of Bowie's music - which were no doubt already pretty high - have increased by over 2,000% since his death. The most popular track is 'Heroes', which saw an increase of 3,630%.
Interestingly, the top five most streamed songs has changed since his death, with the top song, 'Under Pressure', falling out of the top five altogether, and No.2's 'Space Oddity' also leaving the top five.
Most streamed Bowie songs following death:
1. 'Heroes' (+ 3630% increase)
2. 'Let's Dance (+ 3942%)
3. 'Blackstar' (+ 1120%)
4. 'Lazarus' (+ 1084%)
5. 'Life On Mars?' (+ 4238%)
Most streamed Bowie songs at time of death:
1. 'Under Pressure' (65m plays)
2. 'Space Oddity' (31m plays)
3. 'Life On Mars?' (30m plays)
4. 'Heroes' (21m plays)
5. 'Let's Dance' (18m plays)