LONDON (Reuters) - Sam Smith's "In The Lonely Hour" returned to the top of the British album chart on Sunday, a week after the 22-year-old won four Grammy awards including record and song of the year, the Official Charts Company said.
The British soul singer's million-selling debut, which climbed from four back to the top of the rankings, has yet to leave the top 10 since it was released in May 2014.
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