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Mick Flannery knocks Imelda May off top spot

1 of 1 Flannery - No 1 with a bullet
Flannery - No 1 with a bullet

Cork singer Mick Flannery has knocked Imelda May off the top spot and flown straight to the top of the Irish album chart with his fourth release By The Rule

Elsewhere on the album chart, Black Keys arrive at No 3 with new album Turn Blue, Michael Jackson's Xscape is at No 4, and Irish band Big September hit No 6 with Ballroom Addicts.

Over on the album chart, Ed Sheeran debuts at No 1 with his new track Sing and The Coronas hit No 3 with All The Others. Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst scrapes into the top ten with Rise Like A Phoenix while Dutch Eurovision entry Green Linnets jump an incredible 46 places to land at No 4.   

Read RTÉ Ten's interview with Mick Flannery.

Imelda May talks to Ten about rockabilly, babies, and meeting the Queen of England.

Ireland's Top 10 albums chart

1 By The Rule - Mick Flannery (Universal Ireland)

2 Tribal - Imelda May (Decca)  

3 Turn Blue - Black Keys (Nonesuch)          

4 Xscape - Michael Jackson (Epic)

5 Caustic Love - Paolo Nutini  (Atlantic)      

6 Ballroom Addicts - Big September (Hello Vinyl)

7 Midnight Memories - One Direction (Syco Music)

8 Halcyon/Halcyon Days   Ellie Goulding (Polydor)

9 In A Perfect World - Kodaline (B-Unique)      

10 All We Are - O.R.B. - Gotta Run (Gottarun10cd)

Ireland's Top 10 singles chart 

1 Sing - Ed Sheeran (Asylum)

2 All Of Me - John Legend (Columbia)

3 All The Others - Coronas (3ú Records)

4 Calm After The Storm - Common Linnets (Universal)

5 Waves - Mr. Probz (Sony Music)

6 Summer Calvin Harris (Columbia)

7 Nobody To Love - Sigma    (3beat)

8 All Works Out - Riptide Movement (Universal Ireland_

9 Magic    Coldplay (Parlophone)

10 Rise Like A Phoenix - Conchita Wurst (Universal)

Chart courtesy of IRMA

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