Daft Punk are predicted to break Oasis’ record for the fastest selling album in UK chart history.
The band’s new album ‘Random Access Memories’ is expected to beat the record currently held by 1997’s ‘Be Here Now’, with bookies Paddy Power cutting the odds dramatically on the French duo’s chances, according to Music Week. ‘Be Here Now’ sold 650,000 in its first week of sales, but ‘Random Access Memories’ has already scored the highest number of pre-sales for any dance album ever on Amazon. Paddy Power are giving 4/5 odds on the record outselling Oasis. The album is released tomorrow (May 17).
The LP has 7/1 odds of becoming the best-selling album in UK chart history by 2015.
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