List of UK Official Download Chart number-one albums of the 2010s
|UK Official Download Chart number-one albums|
|UK Official Download Chart
Official Charts Company
Christmas number one
This is the list of the number-one albums of the UK Official Download Chart during the 2010s. As of 30 July 2011[update], a total of 43 different albums have topped the chart. As of 30 July 2011[update], 43 different albums have topped the chart, and five of them have returned to number one for two or more separate spells. They are: Recovery by Eminem, Now That's What I Call Xmas by various artists, Loud by Rihanna, 21 by Adele and Progress by Take That.
|Most-downloaded album of the year[a]|
|← 2000s • 2010 • 2011 • 2012 • 2013|
- In 2010, the most-downloaded album of the year was Sigh No More by Mumford & Sons. It first entered the chart in 2009 and, during 2010, peaked at number three on 10 March and 4 July.
- The artist, album, date of reaching number one and number of weeks at number one are those given by the Official Charts Company.
- The record labels are those given by the Official Charts Company.
As of 9 November 2013[update], six different artists have spent four or more weeks at the top of the UK Official Download Chart so far during the 2010s. The totals below do not include compilation albums credited to various artists.
|Artist||Number-one albums||Weeks at number one|
|Sandé, EmeliEmeli Sandé||1||4|
By record label
As of 9 November 2013[update], eleven different record labels have released chart-topping albums so far during the 2010s.
|Record label||Number-one albums||Weeks at number one|
|Ministry of Sound||1||1|
|Sony Music Entertainment||34||42|
|Universal Music Group||54||92|
|Warner Music Group||15||18|
- "Top 40 UK Album Downloads Archive". Official Charts Company. 2010. Retrieved 28 May 2011.
- "Top 40 UK Album Downloads Archive". Official Charts Company. 2011. Retrieved 28 May 2011.
- "Top 40 UK Album Downloads Archive". Official Charts Company. 2012. Retrieved 8 January 2012.
- "Top 40 UK Album Downloads Archive". Official Charts Company. 2013. Retrieved 13 January 2012.
- "Artist Chart History". London: Official Charts Company. 2010. Retrieved 20 January 2013.