Gilmour, 69, last topped the chart just 10 months ago with Pink Floyd on “The Endless River,” but it has been nine years since he last made it to Number 1 on his own, with 2006’s “On An Island.”
Lana Del Rey’s “Honeymoon” came in at two, with former chart-topper Jess Glynne’s “I Cry When I Laugh” up one place to three.
In the singles chart, Canada’s Justin Beiber held on to top spot for a third non-consecutive week with “What do you Mean” while Jackson 5 sampling track “Sigala” by Easy Love stayed at two. R City featuring Adam Levine leaped 13 places to third with “Locked Away.”
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