Young rose to fame after winning the first edition of the UK’s Pop idol in 2002. In the years that followed, he bagged four UK No.1 singles (including his first three releases) and 11 Top 10. His albums topped the national album charts four times, including eight ranked in the Top 10.
Crying on the bathroom floor, a cover album, follows that of 2019 Lexicon, his first via independent label Cooking Vinyl, which peaked at number two.
Earlier in his career, Young won two Brit Awards, for Best British Breakthrough Act and Best Single, for “Your Game”.
Just behind, George Harrison’s solo album topped the 1970 charts All things must pass (Apple Corps), which explodes after its 50th anniversary reissue. The late Beatles rise to number two in the official chart update.
Another British rock legend gets off to a good start with a classic record like Brian May’s first solo in 1992 Back to light (UMC / Virgin) goes to n ° 3, following the release of a remastered version.
Elsewhere on the charts, the leader of last week Happier than ever Billie Eilish’s (Island) Slides 1-4, While Barbra Streisand Compilation Set me free 2 (Sony Music CG) opens at No.5 and is the track to give the US its 15th UK Top 10 album.
Finally, the third studio album by London rapper Fredo, Independence Day (Since 93), races at n ° 8 on the midweek count. This is Fredo’s second release in 2021, after Money can not buy happiness, which peaked at No.2 in February.
Official UK singles and albums charts are released late Friday local time.