Sgt Pep­per named UK’s No1 al­bum

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BY CRAIG SIMP­SON THE Bea­tles’ Sgt Pep­per’s Lonely Hearts Club Band has been named the most pop­u­lar Bri­tish al­bum of all time.

The 1967 record tops a chart ranked by phys­i­cal sales, down­loads and streams in the UK, com­piled by the Of­fi­cial Charts Com­pany. It had a com­bined sale of 5.34mil­lion.

The al­bum came ahead of Adele’s 21, which earned sec­ond place on the chart, to be counted down on BBC Ra­dio 2’s Pick Of The Pops to­day. The al­bum achieved 5.11 mil­lion sales.

The 1995 Oa­sis al­bum (What’s The Story) Morn­ing Glory came third with 4.94 mil­lion sales.

Fourth was Pink Floyd’s 1973 re­lease Dark Side Of The Moon, ahead of Michael Jack­son’s 1982 al­bum Thriller. RE­TURN Claire as Kim

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