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Bad Bunny leaves the Rolling Stones without number 1 in Spain

The Rolling Stones have reached number 1 in our country. The release of their new album, ‘Hackney Diamonds’, has taken them to second position on Spanish Albums in the last week. The legendary group has not been able to dethrone Bad Bunny, who continues at the top with ‘nobody knows what’s going to happen tomorrow’.

The Puerto Rican, in this way, repeats for the second consecutive week in the first position with ‘nobody knows what is going to happen tomorrow’. This is Bad Bunny’s fifth album, which also became Record of the Week at JENESAISPOP.

This means that the Rolling Stones have to settle for second place on the list, which is one of their best global debuts. However, ‘Hackney Diamonds’ has managed to lead in countries such as Australia, Belgium, France, Iceland, Ireland, Germany and the United Kingdom. In the United States, for its part, the album went straight to third place.

Regarding the rest of the entries, María Peláe debuts in position 14 with ‘Al Baño María’. A few positions lower comes, in 16th place, Blink 182 and their ‘One More Time…’. Marlon also manages to get into the top 20 with his album ‘Que Se Caiga El Cielo’.

Almost stroking the top 30 with their fingers, The Ludwig Band debuts at number 31 with ‘Gracies Per Venir’. On the other hand, Cher enters at number 60 with her Christmas album ‘Christmas’, and 31 Fam debuts her album ‘X Si Ens Veiem En Una Altra Vida’ at number 65.

Also making it onto the list is ‘Bleed Out’, the Within Temptation album in which the group exposes Luis Rubiales’ kiss to Jennifer Hermoso in one of their music videos. Enter directly to position 67.

The entries are closed by U2 and Pet Shop Boys, who with their albums ‘Zooropa 30 Ani’ and ‘Relentless’ reach number 76 and 88 respectively.

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