Ed Sheeran tops the top ten bestselling albums of 2014
The bestselling albums of 2014 so far have been revealed. The list, topped by Ed Sheeran, contains nine artists from the UK.
In fourth place are Indie band Coldplay. They sold 470,000 copies of their sixth album 'Ghost Stories'.
Scottish singer Paolo Nutini is fifth in the top ten with 'Caustic Love'. The list only contains two international entries.
Sam Smith is just behind Ed. His debut album 'In the Lonely Hour' has sold 487,000 copies since its release in May.
Ed Sheeran's album 'X' has outsold the rest to hit the top spot, but he's not the only Brit in the top ten.
'A Perfect Contradiction' by Paloma Faith comes in at number six. It's her fastest selling album to date.
Singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding won Best Female at this year's Brit awards. She's also sold more than 4 million albums worldwide in her career so it's no surprise to find her in the top ten.
Pharrell Williams is one of only two international entries in the list with his second solo album 'GIRL'. It isn't very often that he's not in the top ten of a music chart somewhere in the world! I bet he's 'Happy' with that.
British electronic pop group London Grammar released their debut album 'If You Wait' in September 2013, and its sales have pushed them up into eighth place.
Fresh from their headline spot at this year's Reading and Leeds Festivals, the Arctic Monkeys rock and roll into ninth place with 'AM'.
There's no 'Bad Blood' between Bastille and the UK's music fans, as the 2014 Brit Award winners complete the top ten.