Toyah’s 1981 album re-entered the UK album charts for the first time in 40 years on Friday 16 September.
Following a remastered, expanded deluxe remaster, the album charted at no.33 on the Official UK Album Charts Top 100, and tops the Official Independent Album Charts Top 50.
Anthem charted at…
33 on the Official Album Chart Top 100
1 on the Official Independent Album Chart Top 50
6 on the Official Albums Sales Chart Top 100
6 on the Official Physical Albums Chart Top 100
6 on the Official Vinyl Albums Chart Top 40
6 on the Official Scottish Albums Chart Top 100
61 on the Official Album Downloads Chart Top 100
Anthem was the fifth biggest seller on the album chart last week by physical format, with the new albums by Robbie Williams, Ozzy Osborne and Amazons being three of the other four. The fourth was an expanded remaster of an album by Manic Street Preachers.
Anthem was originally released in May 1981 and was produced by Nick Tauber. Originally a gold-certified selling album. Anthem includes the singles I Want To Be Free and It’s A Mystery. The new remaster on 2CD+DVD and digital features 25 bonus tracks with several rare and unreleased tracks unearthed from the vaults.
Buy, download or stream the new Anthem releases now: cherryred.co/ToyahAnthemDeluxeEdition
Toyah began her Anthem 40+1 Tour last night in Norwich and it continues through September and October. Get tickets at toyahwillcox.com/gigs