October 2002
Music Week;10/19/2002, Issue 42, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that singer Will Young has led BMG record company's domination of the British singles and albums charts. Debut at number one of his album entitled 'From Now On'; Duet with Gareth Gates in 'The Long and Winding Road'; Market share performance of record labels in the third quarter of 2002.


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