Chart for stowaways – 18 May 2019

Continuing with last month’s catch-up from April, here are the albums from mid-May:

  1. Jean-Michel Jarre – Equinoxe Infinity
  2. Jean-Michel Jarre – Planet Jarre
  3. Ladytron – Ladytron
  4. Chemical Brothers – No Geography
  5. Dido – Still On My Mind
  6. Pet Shop Boys – Inner Sanctum
  7. John Lennon & Yoko Ono – Wedding Album
  8. Maps – Colours Reflect Time Loss
  9. Various Artists – Electrospective
  10. David Bowie – Pin Ups
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Preview – Maps

Maps are back, with a new album cryptically called Colours. Reflect. Time. Loss. This is the lead single, Just Reflecting:

Albums chart of the year 2014 for stowaways

Here are the top twenty albums of 2014 for stowaways:

  1. Röyksopp – The Inevitable End
  2. William Orbit – Strange Cargo 5
  3. Moby – Innocents
  4. Erasure – The Violet Flame
  5. B.E.F. – Music of Quality & Distinction, Vol. 3 – Dark
  6. I Monster / People Soup – I Monster Presents People Soup
  7. Napoleon – Magpies
  8. William Orbit – Orbit Symphonic
  9. DARKSIDE – Psychic
  10. Erasure – Snow Globe
  11. U2 – Songs of Innocence
  12. The Human League – Dare
  13. Röyksopp – Junior
  14. David Bowie – Nothing Has Changed
  15. Sparks – In Outer Space
  16. Goldfrapp – Tales of Us *
  17. Way Out West – We Love Machine
  18. Deep Dish – Junk Science
  19. Kevin Pearce – Matthew Hopkins and the Wormhole
  20. Maps – Turning the Mind

* Number 3 in 2013

Last year’s number 1, Pet Shop Boys‘ Electric, slips just outside this chart to number 21, while Röyksopp and Robyn‘s collaborative mini-album Do it Again grabs the number 1 spot on the EP chart.

See also: Albums chart of the year 2013 for stowaways, Albums chart of the year 2012 for stowaways.

Chart for stowaways – 6 December 2014

Just in time for the Christmas holidays, we’re the most up-to-date we’ve been in about a year with the chart! Well, we’ll catch up again soon, but for now, here are the top ten albums:

  1. Röyksopp – The Inevitable End
  2. David Bowie – Nothing Has Changed
  3. Erasure – The Violet Flame
  4. David Bowie – Reality
  5. Maps – Turning the Mind
  6. The Human League – Dare
  7. Goldfrapp – Tales of Us
  8. Sparks – In Outer Space
  9. Afro Celt Sound System – Volume 2: Release
  10. The Wolfgang Press – Queer

Chart for stowaways – 8 November 2014

As we gradually get up to speed with the charts, the second week in November found Röyksopp and Robyn still at the top of the singles chart with Do it Again, and simultaneously riding high with Monument too. Here are the albums:

  1. Erasure – The Violet Flame
  2. Sparks – No. 1 in Heaven
  3. William Orbit – Strange Cargo 5
  4. Sparks – In Outer Space
  5. Massive Attack – Heligoland
  6. Maps – Turning the Mind
  7. Afro Celt Sound System – Volume 2: Release
  8. Pet Shop Boys – Battleship Potemkin
  9. Télépopmusik – Angel Milk
  10. Télépopmusik – Genetic World

Chart for stowaways – 18 October 2014

Here are this week’s top ten albums:

  1. William Orbit – Strange Cargo 5
  2. Faithless – Outrospective
  3. Alpinestars – White Noise
  4. The All Seeing I – Pickled Eggs & Sherbet
  5. Maps – Turning the Mind
  6. Goldfrapp – Tales of Us
  7. Goldfrapp – Felt Mountain
  8. Electronic – Get the Message – The Best of
  9. Alpinestars – Basic
  10. Sylver – Chances