- Music Magpie, a UK based website which buys unwanted items including CDs and DVDs for cash, named One Direction's second studio album Take Me Home as "the most unwanted item" over the Christmas period.
- The CD was traded 31,468 times between Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
- Marketing Director of Music Magpie said: "Our CD and DVD trade-ins are always a good barometer of what or who is waning in popularity. Perhaps their tumultuous year has had more of an impact on their popularity than first thought? Have some of the early fans moved on?"
The rest of the list:
2. Adele - 21 - 25,897 copies traded in
3. The Lego Movie - 23,245 copies traded in
4. Ed Sheeran - X - 22,170 copies traded in
5. Paddington - 20,358 copies traded in
6. The Hobbit - The Desolation Of Smaug - 18,749 copies traded in
7. Call of Duty: Black Ops III - 16,050 copies traded in
8. Fallout 4 - 16,003 copies traded in
9. Grand Theft Auto V - 13,708 copies traded in
10. The Wolf Of Wall Street - 13,497 copies traded in
More bad news for 1D as Justin Bieber has been destroying them on their home turf:
'Purpose' sold more this week in the UK (140k) than 'Made In The A.M.' sold in it's first week (93k). pic.twitter.com/H4e0rONXno— PopCulture News (@PopCultureShady) December 28, 2015
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I guess the "break" couldn't have come at a better time. Did you receive any disappointing gifts this year, ONTD?