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Entry:19/03/2017 (Position 1)
Last week in charts:01/03/2020 (Position 17)
Peak:1 (27 weeks)
Place on best of all time:3 (6754 points)
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Asylum / Atlantic 9029585903
Asylum / Atlantic 9029585901

CD Deluxe Edition
Asylum / Atlantic 90295859022

CD Asylum / Atlantic 9029585903 (Warner) / EAN 0190295859039
Digital Asylum / Atlantic 190295851309 (Warner) / EAN 0190295851309
1. Eraser
2. Castle On The Hill
3. Dive
4. Shape Of You
5. Perfect
6. Galway Girl
7. Happier
8. New Man
9. Hearts Don't Break Around Here
10. What Do I Know?
11. How Would You Feel (Paean)
12. Supermarket Flowers
Deluxe Edition - CD Asylum / Atlantic 90295859022 (Warner) / EAN 0190295859022
Deluxe Edition - Digital Asylum / Atlantic 190295851286 (Warner) / EAN 0190295851286
1. Eraser
2. Castle On The Hill
3. Dive
4. Shape Of You
5. Perfect
6. Galway Girl
7. Happier
8. New Man
9. Hearts Don't Break Around Here
10. What Do I Know?
11. How Would You Feel (Paean)
12. Supermarket Flowers
13. Barcelona
14. Bibia Be Ye Ye
15. Nancy Mulligan
16. Save Myself
LP Asylum / Atlantic 9029585901 (Warner) / EAN 0190295859015
LP 1:
1. Eraser
2. Castle On The Hill
3. Dive
4. Shape Of You
5. Perfect
6. Galway Girl
7. Happier
8. Hearts Don't Break Around Here
LP 2:
1. New Man
2. What Do I Know?
3. How Would You Feel (Paean)
4. Supermarket Flowers
5. Barcelona
6. Bibia Be Ye Ye
7. Nancy Mulligan
8. Save Myself
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Ed SheeranEd Sheeran: Discography / Become a fan
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The A Team23/10/2011222
Lego House25/03/2012427
Give Me Love11/11/2012919
Small Bump10/03/20131412
Everything Has Changed (Taylor Swift feat. Ed Sheeran)26/05/20132811
Old School Love (Lupe Fiasco feat. Ed Sheeran)17/11/20132311
I See Fire24/11/20131017
Thinking Out Loud28/09/2014147
Make It Rain21/12/2014261
Lay It All On Me (Rudimental feat. Ed Sheeran)11/10/2015723
Castle On The Hill22/01/2017229
Shape Of You22/01/2017180
How Would You Feel (Paean)05/03/201725
Galway Girl19/03/2017227
Hearts Don't Break Around Here19/03/2017322
New Man19/03/2017204
What Do I Know?19/03/2017243
Supermarket Flowers19/03/2017194
Bibia Be Ye Ye19/03/2017391
Nancy Mulligan19/03/2017372
Save Myself19/03/2017381
River (Eminem feat. Ed Sheeran)31/12/2017220
End Game (Taylor Swift feat. Ed Sheeran & Future)28/01/2018363
I Don't Care (Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber)26/05/2019141
Cross Me (Ed Sheeran feat. Chance The Rapper & PnB Rock)09/06/2019515
Beautiful People (Ed Sheeran feat. Khalid)14/07/2019430
Best Part Of Me (Ed Sheeran feat. Yebba)21/07/2019173
Blow (Ed Sheeran with Chris Stapleton & Bruno Mars)21/07/2019312
South Of The Border (Ed Sheeran feat. Camila Cabello & Cardi B)28/07/20191233
Take Me Back To London (Ed Sheeran feat. Stormzy)28/07/2019291
Antisocial (Ed Sheeran with Travis Scott)28/07/2019115
Remember The Name (Ed Sheeran feat. Eminem & 50 Cent)28/07/2019152
Put It All On Me (Ed Sheeran feat. Ella Mai)28/07/2019481
Way To Break My Heart (Ed Sheeran feat. Skrillex)28/07/2019501
Own It (Stormzy feat. Ed Sheeran & Burna Boy)29/12/2019405
Those Kinda Nights (Eminem feat. Ed Sheeran)02/02/2020251

Australian Tour Pack19/08/2012431
÷ [Divide]19/03/20171156
No. 6 Collaborations Project28/07/2019133
...Baby One More Time
1000 Nights (Ed Sheeran feat. Meek Mill & A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie)
Afire Love
All About It (Hoodie Allen feat. Ed Sheeran)
All Of The Stars
Amo soltanto te (Andrea Bocelli feat. Ed Sheeran)
Antisocial (Ed Sheeran with Travis Scott)
Atlantic City
Autumn Leaves
Be Like You
Be My Forever (Christina Perri feat. Ed Sheeran)
Beautiful People (Ed Sheeran feat. Khalid)
Best Part Of Me (Ed Sheeran feat. Yebba)
Bibia Be Ye Ye
Bloodstream (Ed Sheeran & Rudimental)
Blow (Ed Sheeran with Chris Stapleton & Bruno Mars)
Boa Me (Fuse ODG feat. Ed Sheeran & Mugeez)
Candle In The Wind
Castle On The Hill
City Of Sin (The Game feat. Ed Sheeran)
Cold Coffee
Cross Me (Ed Sheeran feat. Chance The Rapper & PnB Rock)
Dark Times (The Weeknd feat. Ed Sheeran)
Dreams (Krept & Konan feat. Ed Sheeran)
Drown Me Out (Ed Sheeran + Ghetts)
End Game (Taylor Swift feat. Ed Sheeran & Future)
English Rose
Even My Dad Does Sometimes
Everything Has Changed (Taylor Swift feat. Ed Sheeran)
Everything You Are
Faces (Ed Sheeran & Yelawolf)
Family (Ed Sheeran + P. Money)
Feeling Good
Feels (Ed Sheeran feat. Young Thug & J Hus)
Fire Alarms
Galway Girl
Give Me Love
Gold Rush
Goodbye To You (Ed Sheeran + Dot Rotten)
Grade 8
Growing Up (Sloane's Song) (Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Ed Sheeran)
Guiding Light (Foy Vance feat. Ed Sheeran)
Hearts Don't Break Around Here
How Would You Feel (Paean)
Hush Little Baby (Wretch 32 feat. Ed Sheeran)
I Don’t Want Your Money (Ed Sheeran feat. H.E.R.)
I Don't Care (Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber)
I See Fire
I Was Made For Loving You (Tori Kelly feat. Ed Sheeran)
I Will Take You Home
If I Could (Wiley feat. Ed Sheeran)
I'm A Mess
Kiss Me
Lately (Ed Sheeran + Devlin)
Lay It All On Me (Rudimental feat. Ed Sheeran)
Lego House
Let It Out
Lifting You (N.E.R.D. & Ed Sheeran)
Little Bird
Little Lady (Ed Sheeran + Mikill Pane)
Make It Rain
Nancy Mulligan
New Man
New York
Nightmares (Ed Sheeran + Random Impulse + Sway + Wretch 32)
Nothing On You (Ed Sheeran feat. Paulo Londra & Dave)
Old School Love (Lupe Fiasco feat. Ed Sheeran)
One Night
Own It (Stormzy feat. Ed Sheeran & Burna Boy)
Perfect Duet (Ed Sheeran / Beyoncé)
Perfect Symphony (Ed Sheeran / Andrea Bocelli)
Photograph (Felix Jaehn Remix)
Put It All On Me (Ed Sheeran feat. Ella Mai)
Radio (Ed Sheeran + JME)
Raise Em Up (Alonestar feat. Ed Sheeran)
Remember The Name (Ed Sheeran feat. Eminem & 50 Cent)
Reuf (Nekfeu feat. Ed Sheeran)
River (Eminem feat. Ed Sheeran)
Roadside (The Game feat. Ed Sheeran)
Save Myself
Shape Of You
Small Bump
South Of The Border (Ed Sheeran feat. Camila Cabello & Cardi B)
Supermarket Flowers
Take It Back
Take Me Back To London (Ed Sheeran feat. Stormzy)
Tenerife Sea
The A Team
The City
The Man
The Parting Glass
Thinking Out Loud
Those Kinda Nights (Eminem feat. Ed Sheeran)
Top Floor (Cabana) (Naughty Boy feat. Ed Sheeran)
Touch And Go
Wake Me Up
Watchtower (Devlin feat. Ed Sheeran)
Way To Break My Heart (Ed Sheeran feat. Skrillex)
What Do I Know?
Where We Land
Wish You Were Here (Ed Sheeran / Richard Jones / Nick Mason / Mike Rutherford / David Arnold)
You (Ed Sheeran + Wiley)
You Don't Know (Ed Sheeran feat. Yelawolf)
You Need Me, I Don't Need You (Ed Sheeran feat. Wretch 32 & Devlin)
You Need Me, I Don't Need You
Young Guns (Lewi White feat. Ed Sheeran, Devlin, Griminal & Yasmin)
÷ [Divide]
÷ [Divide] / x
Australian Tour Pack
Live At The Bedford
Loose Change
No. 5 Collaborations Project
No. 6 Collaborations Project
Songs I Wrote With Amy E.P
The A Team EP
x / +
x Wembley Edition
Jumpers For Goalposts - Live At Wembley Stadium
Average points: 4.22 (Reviews: 41)
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Absolutely love some of the tracks on this album. The singles 'Shape of you' and 'Castle on the hill' are already massive hits and clearly a few of the highlights on this album. Other highlights for me included the opening song 'Eraser' and the highly emotional 'Supermarket Flowers' which had me crying almost from the instant it started. Overall a great album from Ed. <br><br>It's also amazing that all 16 songs from the deluxe edition all landed in the Top 40 here in Australia. Who else has had that many songs debut in the chart at one time?
Last edited: 13/07/2017 17:23
There's no doubting that Ed sure knows how to win people over with simple pop compositions. I have no issue with some of these traits because many of these songs have nice transitions and structures to them which can make listening to the whole album from start to finish not such a challenge. I would at least say this for the first half of the record, after which it goes south in quality relatively quickly. The first three tracks are rather nice but I don't care much for the rest, of course in varying degrees. The poor little me image becomes increasingly difficult to digest with this record, which not only makes most of the songs sound less genuine but also gives rise to some super cringeworthy moments. 2.5
If you had asked me during 2015-2016 what my thoughts were on Ed Sheeran, you would have gotten a negative response from me, and that probably would have been unfair. After all, I would say that before that point, I enjoyed much more of his music than I hadn’t, but one song sent his likability stocks plummeting down for me – “Thinking Out Loud”. It was one of my most hated songs of 2014, not only because of his terminally dull it is, but also because of how people seemed to be buying into it.<br><br>With the hit it became, it is always the song that I think of first whenever Sheeran’s name is brought up, and that’s why I had a sort-of allergic reaction to him.<br><br>And while that was clearly his worst song before the release of this album, the following singles weren’t particularly inspiring. “Bloodstream”, “Photograph” and “Lay It All On Me” were also incredibly uninteresting too.<br><br>So when a Facebook video of Ed Sheeran popped up in my feed of him holding up a sign saying “New Music Coming Friday!!”, I can’t say I was all that enthused.<br><br>This made it all the more surprising when the first two singles filled me with a fair bit of promise.<br><br>“Shape Of You” tackles a lyrical theme that I thought I would never hear from Sheeran – going to the bar, picking up a chick and having sex with her. Yes, this is the Ed Sheeran that exists now. What made this a surprise though is that it was a completely different sound to what I was expecting as well, so I thought maybe Ed was moving in a new direction, even if it totally sounded like a Sia song.<br><br>And as a side note, with the international juggernaut that “Shape Of You” has become, even with all its omnipresence, it still hasn’t tired on me, which it really should have by now ;)<br><br>“Castle On The Hill”, while a bit more like his typical style, kind-of worked for me as well. The lyrics have a vividly nostalgic element to it, and the constant strumming going on in the background was different to the simple acoustic guitar chords that I had come to expect from Sheeran, giving me hope that I wouldn’t be subjected to another tedious ballad that commercial radio would be sure to spam.<br><br>Unfortunately though, any promise I thought was there just never existed. Put simply, I did not like this album.<br><br>We get a different variety of sounds. We get an earful of Ed Sheeran’s rap side straight up with “Eraser”. It’s not a side I’m particularly fond of, but at the very least it’s a change-up for a musician that can get very boring very quickly.<br><br>Of course there is still a fair share of boring ballads here – “Perfect”, “Hearts Don’t Break Around Here”, “How Would You Feel (Paean)” (the worst of the bunch) and “Save Myself”. There isn’t a memorable second between these four songs.<br><br>“Galway Girl” expresses his Celtic roots, which I’m perfectly fine with, and it shows his attempts at variation, but it isn’t my thing at all, and the singing/mumbling in the background towards the close of the song just sounds crap. We also get another taste of this sound later in the album through “Nancy Mulligan”, and this track is probably even worse, and I have no desire to listen to it again.<br><br>And it is still so telling that even when he tries with these different sounds, they still sounds so predictable, as he finds a way to fit them in to this simple pop formula somehow. As a result, there are no surprises whatsoever.<br><br>And I still haven’t even mentioned the worst track on the album yet. “New Man” is still unfathomably awful, and pretty much undoes years of having built up this “nice guy” persona in three minutes. It’s hard not to see him as full of shit now after having heard this song.<br><br>If I had to mention a positive, which are still here despite the overwhelming negatives, “Supermarket Flowers” is a really nice moment actually, and is quite sincere and tender.<br><br>Also, “Barcelona” was a fairly enjoyable moment too, and surprisingly only made it in as an extra cut in the Deluxe Edition of the album. It doesn’t hurt that Barcelona is one of my favourite European cities as well ;) “Bibia Be Ye Ye” is slightly catchy as well, but any joy I might get from it is snuffed out just because of how tacky it sounds.<br><br>I like to follow music criticism, and Pitchfork’s review of the album was particularly of interest to me. I didn’t agree with the review in its entirety, but I agreed with the general sentiment – He’s the kind of guy that appears humble and down-to-earth, which means that any criticism, as fair as it may be, that is levelled at him can simply be rebuffed just because of how nice he is, and how he can use this position to create a bunch of humble-brags so that he can appear morally right in every situation, when that really isn’t the case.<br><br>I mean, he’s the sort-of guy that tries to appear so nice, but then in an interview makes a humble-brag about having slept with multiple members of Taylor Swift’s posse (look it up). Good on him I suppose, but this just doesn’t mesh well with the vibe he generally tries to give off, and makes his personality incredibly grating.<br><br>Fortunately enough for him, Ed has stated that he doesn’t care about critical opinions on his music, and I believe him – after all, this album has been unavoidable and will undoubtedly be the biggest album of 2017 worldwide. The amount of streams and sales this is racking up is staggering, and just looking at the charts, especially the UK Charts, I’m almost certain how well every single track on this album is doing is unprecedented (ahem, http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/singles-chart/20170310/7501/).<;br><br>But then again, this kind of indifference towards critical opinion and ways to improve his music will just mean that he will continue churning out the same crap.<br><br>At the very least, I liked the artwork a little.<br><br>All in all, I’m happy to have that album in my rear-vision mirror now, and maybe I’ll be able to enjoy Ed’s next album more. I won’t be holding my breath though.<br><br>FAV TRACKS: CASTLE ON THE HILL, SHAPE OF YOU, SUPERMARKET FLOWERS, BARCELONA<br><br>LEAST FAV TRACK: NEW MAN<br><br>4/10
This is a massively disappointing album. x and + were some of the best pop albums of the decade for me and this is just love songs with no energy for the radio. This was just a massive let down especially since I waited 3 years for it.<br><br>Best tracks<br>1 Galway Girl<br>2 Shape of You<br>3 Supermarket Flowers<br><br>Worst tracks<br>1 How Would You Feel (Paean)<br>2 Save Myself<br>3 Hearts Don't Break Around Here
Last edited: 10/08/2018 16:37
This would have to be my favourite Ed Sheeran album out of the other two. Yes there is a few ballads but also hip hop too asides pop music. I enjoy the singles mostly "Shape Of You" and others including "Castle On The Hill", "Galway Girl" even "Perfect" is an outstanding track. I'm getting into his stuff rn. Didnt like his old stuff from + and I didnt think much of the album and same with ×, but ÷ had done something good.<br><br>BEST SONGS ON THE ALBUM: (Apart from Shape Of You, Castle On The Hill, Galway Girl and Perfect)<br>Eraser, Dive, New Man and How Do You Feel (Paean)<br>LEAST SONGS ON THE ALBUM: None... so far
I think it's a solid effort but probably my least favourite of his three big albums. He shines most on ballads like Perfect or Supermarket Flowers, and I really like Castle On The Hill, despite it's constant overplay. I suppose saturation has brought this down as a whole for me. Both Shape of You and Galway Girl are songs I'd be happy to never hear again. Amazing how massive this has become, although I suppose he has picked up on what works commercially for him and has run with it here. 4.3/6.
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