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Pop rockers The Vamps score chart success with Cherry Blossom

Rap collective Internet Money topped the singles chart.

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The Vamps (Official Charts Company/PA)

The Vamps (Official Charts Company/PA)

The Vamps (Official Charts Company/PA)

The Vamps have scored their second number one album with Cherry Blossom.

The pop-rock band previously reached the top spot with Night & Day (Night Edition) in 2017.

According to the Official Charts Company, 87% of Cherry Blossom’s total came from physical sales of CD and vinyl.

The album, their fifth, was also the week’s best-seller on vinyl.

The Vamps said: “Thank you so much to all of the fans and their support across this whole album.

“This is such a special album to us and for you guys to have received it and given us our second number one is insane. Thank you.”

Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon by late US rapper Pop Smoke rebounded from four to two.

Irish country singer Daniel O’Donnell sat at number three with Daniel – his 40th top 40 album.

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Headie One (Ian West/PA)

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Headie One (Ian West/PA)

Headie One was at four with Edna, while The Blue Print – Us Vs Them by D-Block Europe took five.

On the singles chart, Internet Money landed their first number one with Lemonade featuring Gunna, Don Toliver and Nav.

The rap collective climbed two places to take the top spot following a race with Headie One’s Ain’t It Different featuring AJ Tracey and Stormzy.

Internet Money’s founder Taz Taylor said: “Wow, a UK number one. I don’t know what to say, and I don’t know what to think. Thank you so much for the support. That’s just crazy to hear.”

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