(ANSA) - ROME, MARCH 24 - Debut at the top of the Italian charts for U2, who see their "Songs of Surrender", the collection of 40 songs chosen from among the most important in the catalog of their history re-recorded and re-imagined for 2023, to take first place in the ranking of best-selling albums and vinyls, according to the weekly Fimi/Gfk surveys.
Behind the Irish band, last week's podium, namely Lazza with the record album Sirio, which has been in the charts for almost a year now, followed by Geolier with Il Coraggio deiBambini and one of the surprises of the Sanremo festival Tananai with Rave, Eclissi.
Thasup with C@RA++ERE S?EC!@LE rises from twelfth to fifth position, in the week in which the first new single from the album was released, namely "Dimmi Che C'è" with Tedua's feat.
Shiva also earns a position and is sixth with MilanoDemons, ahead of the winner of the festival Marco Mengoni with Materia (Leather), the second chapter of the trilogy which will end before the summer (down two steps).
He also slips by two places from Ultimo with Alba.
The Maneskin close the top ten with Rush!
and Elodie with Ok.
Among the singles, the protagonists at the top remain unchanged, with Lazza who remains at the top with Ashes, followed by Mr. Rain with Superheroes.
Third Tananai with Tango.