Ed Sheeran, Pink Floyd or One Direction: which of 2014’s top 10 albums was your favourite?

British acts filled this year’s list of best-selling artist albums. How many of the top 10 did you buy?

Ed Sheeran; Paloma Faith; Paolo Nutini

British acts have filled the top 10 best-selling artist albums in 2014 for the first time, according to new figures compiled by the Official Charts Company and released by the British Phonographic Industry.

Did you buy any of these top 10 albums in 2014? If so, which was your favourite? Below, you can find out what our critics had to say about each album – poor Sam Smith and Olly Murs didn’t fare too well – and vote for your favourite in our poll.

1. Ed Sheeran – X

“Throughout it all, Sheeran stays true to the essential artistic notions of the classic singer-songwriter genre by treating his music as a vehicle for emotional veracity, personal revelation and universal inclusion. For older listeners struggling to connect with contemporary pop, Sheeran might just be the artist with the x factor.”

Read the full article here at The Telegraph

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