I bet Richard and Roger know the answer but they've obviously left it to me to stop me trying to trip them up! As if I would! :jester:
The answer is... it depends.
All All Angels sales will be included in the sales for All Angels of course... but that's the group I'm talking about!
All All Angels Special Edition sales will (I think) on this occasion be added to the sales of the original UK edition of All Angels, as if it was one single album.
But that isn't always the case with special editions, at least 80% of the tracks must be common to both versions for the sales to be combined like this. Otherwise, they would chart separately and be treated as two separate albums for sales purposes... this is what happened with both of Hayley's UK special editions (they charted separately due to too many track changes).
Gosh, all those "alls" and all those "angels" , I'd better go now as my head is spinning!