Eddi Reader - Photographs from the SSE Hydro arena as Scotland's new First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon addressed a large crowd. The Scottish National Party's new Depute Leader, Stewart Hosie and the party's former first minister Alex Salmond also gave speeches, The politicians were preceded on the stage by a variety of local musical acts in Glasgow, United Kingdom - Saturday 22nd November 2014
It’s a mixed bag for UK albums, as the release schedule starts to slow in preparation for the big race for the Christmas sales market. This week, Jake Bugg toppled Mumford & Sons from what looked to be a pretty comfortable reign at the top of the albums chart. But can he stay there for a second week or do any of this week’s releases have what to takes to shift him?
The strongest competition for Jake will be coming from across the pond, in the shape of the fourth studio album from Taylor Swift entitled Red.
She performed on the X Factor results show here last weekend and her last album, 2010’s Speak Now reached number six. Her profile has increased considerably since then, though – thanks in no small part to her contribution to the Hunger Games soundtrack. If anyone can shift Bugg from the top spot, we reckon it’s Taylor.
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