(ANSA) – ROME, SEPTEMBER 10 – Heavy metal beats rap: six years after their previous record work, Iron Maiden with forty years of career behind them conquer the top of the record ranking and that of the best-selling vinyls of the week, according to Fimi / Gfk surveys with their seventeenth studio album entitled Senjutsu. Rapper Drake with the new job Certified Lover Boy must be satisfied with the second step of the podium. In third place tries to resist Rkomi with Taxi Driver, second one week ago.
Fourth is Madame with the homonymous album in the charts for 25 weeks now, the same time as the Maneskin with Teatro d’Ira Vol.1 in fifth position.
The king of the ranking seven days ago, Kanye West with the much discussed Donda, slips to sixth place, preceding the young Sangiovanni, who rose to prominence thanks to the latest edition of Amici. The Imagine Dragons, the third and latest addition to the top ten, are placed in eighth position with the new Mercury-Act 1.
The Nuclear Tactical Penguins close with Ahia !, released 40 weeks ago, and Fred De Palma with Unico. (HANDLE).
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