Olly Murs and One Direction tied as many successful X Factor acts
November 18, 2016 - one direction
Olly Murs and One Direction are tied as a many successful X Factor acts after Olly’s 24 HRS surfaced this week’s manuscript charts.
Both have 5 studio albums underneath their belts, with 4 going to series one. Both also only missed a tip mark with their entrance releases.
One Direction’s initial Up All Night, that celebrates a fifth anniversary this week, appearance during series two, as did Olly Murs’ Olly Murs in 2010.
Speaking to a Official Charts Company, Olly said: “So vehement and happy to have 24 HRS go in during series one.
“It’s a many personal manuscript I’ve ever done and I’m unequivocally unapproachable of it.
“It’s an extraordinary feat for me to have had 4 series one albums in a quarrel so interjection to my fans for stability to support me.”
Coming in during series dual this week was Emeli Sande’s second manuscript Long Live The Angels, followed by Michael Ball and Alfie Boe’s duet collection Together, with Cliff Richard’s Just…Fabulous Rock ‘n’ Roll during series four.
The late Leonard Cohen’s final studio manuscript You Want It Darker continued to arise over a week, climbing a serve 22 places to strech series seven.
Meanwhile, Clean Bandit claimed another week during a tip of a singles draft with their strike Rockabye, featuring Anne-Marie and Sean Paul.
It was followed by Say You Won’t Let Me Go by James Arthur during series dual and Shout Out To My Ex by Little Mix entrance in third.
Black Beatles by Rae Sremmurd featuring Gucci Mane rocketed 32 places to series 4 this week after it was unofficially claimed as a thesis strain for a Mannequin Challenge craze.