Including a remarkable 7858 cassettes...

Dave's new album 'We're All Alone In This Together' smashed to the top of the charts last week.

The record follows the Mercury winning success of his debut album 'Psychodrama', and was rewarded with across-the-board praise.

A stunning project, fans swooped to support the Streatham rapper, who immediately topped the charts.

Notching up some imposing streaming stats, Dave's grip on the number one spot was cemented by huge physical sales.

'We're All Alone In This Together' sold 27,934 CDs, with 4,562 vinyl editions being shipped to fans.

Intriguingly, Dave actually sold more copies of his album on cassette than on LP - 7,858 tape copies were sold.

No matter how you break the stats down, one thing is for sure - 'We're All Alone In This Together' is one of 2021's pivotal albums.

(Stats via Music Week)

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