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U2 albums are soaring on charts worldwide in the wake of the bands successes at The Grammy Awards and The Brits.

In the US All That You Can't Leave Behind leapt up to No.11 from No. 35 following The Grammy Awards.

In the UK the new album jumped from No. 10 to No. 5 following the band's 'lifetime achievement' award at The Brits - and a clutch of other U2 albums also jumped up the UK charts including The Best of 1980-1990 (No.23), The Joshua Tree (No.29), Achtung Baby (No.40), Rattle and Hum (No.57), Zooropa (No.87) and POP (No.94).

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