Arctic Monkeys are celebrating their second week at No.1 of the UK albums chart, while Jason Derulo is the No.1 single - knocking off Katy Perry's 'Roar'.
The Sheffield rockers' AM made UK chart history and broke records last week, becoming the first independent artist to achieve five consecutive No.1 albums. This week, they spend a second week at the top - beating the likes of Avicii, Elton John and Manic Street Preachers.
Avicii lands at No.2 with True, while Elton John comes in at 3 with Diving Board and Manic Street Preachers' 11th studio album, Rewind The Film, comes in at No.4. London Grammar complete the top five with their debut, If You Wait, slipping from last week's No.2.
Rewind The Film marks the Manics' 11th top 10 album and their fourth top five album in six years. Bassist Nicky Wire took to Twitter to celebrate the news, saying: "Hard working Welsh boys, aren't we?"
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Meanwhile in the UK singles charts, Jason Derulo has dethroned Katy Perry to claim his third No.1 with 'Talk Dirty', while Perry's 'Roar' slips down to No.2. Jessie J is at No.3 with 'It's My Party' while One Republic come in at No.4 with 'Counting Stars' and Avicii completesthe top 5 with 'You Make Me'. Impressively, he's also at No.6 with 'Wake Me Up'.
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