Thursday, January 06, 2005

They got it wrong...

So it's true then! After charting just below the top spot at number two, the Scissor Sisters' self-titled debut outsold Keane's 'Hopes and Fears' by a few hundred copies, taking the boys from Battle over in sales figures just before beginning of 2005. They sold 1,594,259 of their album, passing Keane on New Year's Eve to have the biggest selling album of 2004. And I'd been listening before they were famous. Nice one.

Just so we're not supplying wrong information...