A group of middle-aged men top the albums chart for the first time. But Shed Seven are by no means the only golden oldies around this week. Come with me on a journey through time and all will be revealed.
As if one Noah Kahan track wasn't more than enough, he doubles up with a second Top 5 hit this week. Even if he has to bring a British friend along for the ride. We also delve into the murky world of dance music cross-collaboration. Everyone performs with everyone else eventually.
I am not going to pretend my use of AI generated images for this site has been a total success, but scary Sophie will have to do. She is indeed No.2 for the second week running, but the real stories relate to the big hits that turned out not to be.
Yes, it is the same photo as last week but Beyonce makes headlines in her own way for the second week running. No.1 for the eighth time in her career all told, but curiously only for the second time solo. Dua Lipa was supposed to have a say in this but in the end was never a contender. How odd.