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Coldplay "X & Y" Album to Enter the Record Books

June 11, 2005 (2:15 am) GMT
The much anticipated Coldplay's album "X & Y" is set to enter the record books after it's been sold for as many as 450,000 copies in its first week

The hard work the British band has done in completing their much anticipated album "X & Y" finally is paid off. According to the data released on Sunday evening, the album has been sold as many as 450,000 copies in its first week since its Monday release, verifying it to certainly top this week's album charts.

On top of that album success to reach the top chart, with such achievement of selling, "X & Y" is set to enter the record books. HMV spokesman Gennaro Castaldo, furthermore, predicted the album would probably "sell somewhere in the region of 15 million copies, confirming Coldplay's level of superstardom." Congrats bro.

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