48 Weeks Later

Lady Gaga was yet again celebrating a crowning achievement in the UK charts after her album ‘The Fame’ bounced back to the chart summit last night. The Gaga juggernaut really isn’t showing any signs of stalling especially when you consider her debut long player was released nearly a year ago and has never left the top 10 – and who said music sales were dead? *Ker-ching*.

Sunday’s chart saw new entries from former Guns n Roses axeman Slash, who’s multi-collaborative self-titled solo album at No.30, Sigur Ros lead squealer Jonsi’s debut LP ‘Go’ at No. 20 and Doves had the highest entry at No.11 with their greatest hits compilation ‘The Best Of The Places Between’.

UK Top 10 albums are: 1. Lady Gaga 'The Fame' 2. Boyzone 'Brother' 3. Justin Bieber 'My World' 4. Paolo Nutini 'Sunny Side Up' 5. Florence and The Machine 'Lungs' 6. Glee Cast 'Glee The Music: Season One Volume Two' 7. Mumford & Sons 'Sigh No More' 8. Glee Cast 'Glee The Music: Season One Volume One' 9. Alicia Keys 'The Element Of Freedom' 10. Free & Bad Company 'The Very Best Of' UK Top 10 singles are: 1. Scouting For Girls 'This Ain't A Love Song' 2. Usher (feat will.i.am) 'OMG' 3. Plan B 'She Said' 4. Lady Gaga (feat Beyonce) 'Telephone' 5. Tinie Tempah 'Pass Out' 6. Timbaland (feat Justin Timberlake) 'Carry Out' 7. INNA 'Hot' 8. Rihanna 'Rude Boy' 9. Justin Bieber (feat. Ludacris) 'Baby' 10. Cheryl Cole 'Parachute'

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