I was surprised everyone was so shocked at The National doing so well last week, as they've crossed over into £50 Dad world.
This week's midweeks, however, do surprise me - Faithless at No 2, a good few thousand sales ahead of LCD at No 3. I like God Is A DJ and We Come One as much as the next man, but I thought Maxi Jazz's mob were commercially dead in the water these days. How has this happened? (The Stones' Exile On Main Street reissue is at No 1, btw, with Band Of Horses at No 7.)