The Pennsylvania-born superstar hit the top with his ninth studio record, more than doubling sales. TRUSTFALL reaches the top with over 65% of his physical sales overall.
Previously, Pink had chart-topping successes with Funhouse (2008), Beautiful Trauma (2017) and Hearts 2B Human (2019).
Pink told OfficialCharts.com EXCLUSIVELY: can’t believe it. I can’t believe it. i love you guys I had a wonderful week with you in the UK. Thank you very much.
“I’m glad you love this record as much as I do. Incredible, thank you!”
This puts Pink alongside Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Ariana Grande, Adele and Beyoncé on the list of female solo artists with the most number-one albums in official chart history. I mean Each has 4 names.
Pink’s 2010 compilation Greatest Hits…So Far!!! is back in the Top 40 this week (34).
Elsewhere in the all-new Top 3, Irish rock outfit Inhaler debuted at No. 2 on their second studio album Cuts & Bruises. The group of Elijah Hewson, Robert Keating, Josh Jenkinson and Ryan McMahon topped the official album charts for the first time in 13 years with ‘It Won’t Always Be Like This’. They became the first Irish act.
Cuts & Bruises topped the Official Record Store charts, proved to be the most purchased LP in an indie record shop this week, and debuted at the top of the Official Vinyl Albums chart, making it the most purchased of the week. It has become a wax album.
In third place, Welsh rocker Those Damn Crows had a career best in Inhale/Exhale. Hailing from Bridgend, South Wales, the group enjoyed top 40 success with the number 14 Point of No Return in 2020.
Rounding out this week’s new entries are British electronic duo Orbital. Kent-born brothers Paul and Phil Hartnall’s tenth studio LP Optical Delusion (6) becomes his fourth Top 10 record to date and his first in 24 years. The record debuts at No. 3 for him on the Official Record Store Charts this week.
Finally, following the announcement of his upcoming biopic, Michael Jackson’s Essential Collection is back in the Top 40 this week (20).