SALMO & NOYZ NARCOS remain at the top of the Italian album and vinyl charts

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Second week at number one in the classifica Italian album Top Of The Music by Fimi-Gfk for “CVLT” the joint album by SALMO & NOYZ NARCOS.

The two rappers resist the debut of SONGS FROM OSTERIA by FRANCESCO GUCCINI.
A generational abyss which still sees Guccini always being the protagonist of the Italian charts.

The deluxe album only came in third place RUSH! (ARE U COMING?) by MÅNESKINa sign that the live band goes like a train but always struggles when it comes to disco listening.

In the top ten we find another new entry at number seven with the K-Pop band STRAY KIDS and their new album ROCK-STAR.

Other new entries can be found at number sixteen with FAILURE of NELLO TAVERwhile the super ripack debuts only at numbers eighteen and twenty-three THE BEATLES: 1967 – 1970 (2023 EDITION) and THE BEATLES: 1962 – 1966 (2023 EDITION) by THE BEATLES which debuts in the joint edition at forty.

In the ranking we find two other new entries: at twenty-seven MY ROOM (DELUXE) by NASKA, at forty five SUMMER IN THE CITY

Of note is the return to the rankings, at number eighty-six CHRISTMAS by MICHAEL BUBLÈ... are we on the verge of Christmas???


It remains at number one among the singles EVERYDAY by TAKAGI & KETRA FEAT. SHIVA, ANNA & GEOLIER before SI NO ESTÁS by IÑIGO QUINTERO.


Same situation as the albums for the vinyl chart with “CVLT” by SALMO & NOYZ NARCOS before FRANCESCO GUCCINI.


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