List of UK Official Download Chart number-one albums of the 2000s

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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 2000s. Weekly sales of album downloads were first recorded in the United Kingdom in April 2006. The first album to top the chart was This New Day by Embrace.[1]

Number-one albums[edit]

Foo Fighters reached number one on the UK Official Download Chart with their Greatest Hits collection.
Susan Boyle spent two weeks at number one with I Dreamed a Dream.
Contents
2006 • 2007 • 2008 • 2009 • 2010s →
Artist[a] Album[a] Record label[a] Reached number one[a] Weeks at
number one[a]
Dizzee Rascal Tongue n' Cheek Dirtee Stank 30 September 2009 1
Paramore Brand New Eyes Warner 7 October 2009 1
Mumford & Sons Sigh No More Universal 14 October 2009 1
Editors In This Light and on This Evening Kitchenware 21 October 2009 1
Burke, AlexandraAlexandra Burke Overcome Sony 28 October 2009 1
Cole, CherylCheryl Cole 3 Words Universal 4 November 2009 1
Foo Fighters Greatest Hits Sony 11 November 2009 1
Williams, RobbieRobbie Williams Reality Killed the Video Star EMI 18 November 2009 1
Lewis, LeonaLeona Lewis Echo Sony 25 November 2009 1
Boyle, SusanSusan Boyle I Dreamed a Dream Sony 2 December 2009 2
Various artists Christmas Hits – 80 Festive Favourites Sony 16 December 2009 1
Rage Against the Machine Rage Against the Machine Sony 23 December 2009 1
Various artists Christmas Hits – 80 Festive Favourites Sony 30 December 2009 1
  1. ^ a b c d e The artist, album, date of reaching number one and number of weeks at number one are those given by the Official Charts Company.[2]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Adele and Ed Sheeran push digital albums sales over the 100 million milestone". London: Official Charts Company. 3 August 2012. Archived from the original on 3 August 2012. Retrieved 3 August 2012. 
  2. ^ "Top 40 UK Album Downloads Archive". Official Charts Company. 2009. Retrieved 29 May 2011. 

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