These are the UK’s best selling vinyl albums and singles of 2019 so far

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With some familiar artists alongside new faces.

The UK’s best selling vinyl releases from January to March 2019 have been announced by Official Charts.

In albums, Queen has topped the list with their Greatest Hits LP selling 9,200 copies, followed by Foals at 2 with the first part of their double album Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost. Pink Floyd’s Dark Side Of The Moon is at 3.

Meanwhile in singles territory, New Order claimed the top three spots, thanks to recent reissues of their early tracks – ‘Ceremony’, ‘Temptation’ and ‘Everything’s Gone Green’.

In the singles list, London jazz crew KOKOROKO nabbed the 17th spot with their eponymous debut, featuring the track ‘Abbusey Junction’, which also appeared on Brownswood’s We Out Here compilation last year – one of our favourite albums of 2018.

Check out the top 10 best sellers in each category below, and head here for the complete lists.

UK’s best selling vinyl albums: January – March 2019

1. Queen – Greatest Hits
2. Foals – Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Pt 1
3. Pink Floyd – Dark Side Of The Moon
4. Fleetwood Mac – Rumours
5. Various Artists – The Greatest Showman Soundtrack
6. David Bowie – Legacy
7. Bring Me The Horizon – Amor
8. Specials – Encore
9. Amy Winehouse – Back To Black
10. Oasis – What’s The Story Morning Glory?

UK’s best selling vinyl singles: January – March 2019

1. New Order – ‘Ceremony’
2. New Order – ‘Temptation’
3. New Order – ‘Everything’s Gone Green’
4. Public Service Broadcasting – ‘White Star Liner’
5. Ian Brown – ‘First Wold Problems’
6. Arctic Monkeys – ‘I Bet That You Look Good On The Dancefloor’
7. King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – ‘Cyboogie’
8. Sleeper – ‘Look At You Now’
9. Mac Miller – Spotify Singles
10. Arctic Monkeys – ‘Leave Before The Lights Come On’