Adele's 2011 album, the highly-acclaimed 21, has been ranked as the top-selling album of the decade (so far) in the U.K.
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In 2014, U.K. artists made up a significant chunk of all stateside album sales, accounting for one in every eight records sold, to be exact.
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Adele has topped The Sunday Times' annual Rich List for musicians aged 30 and under in Britain and Ireland, thanks to an estimated worth of $46 million, the British paper announced today (April 11). Florence Welch and Lily Allen also made the top ten. U2 and Chris Martin, meanwhile, have made strong showings on the Times' Rich List for musicians over the age of 30, with Bono and co. taking third place, right behind Paul McCartney and composer Andew Lloyd Webber.