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Adele Debut Tops UK Album Chart

Adele Debut Tops UK Album Chart

Adele has scored a number one album in this week's UK album chart with her debut '19'.

The 19-year-old singer who recently topped the BBC's new music talent poll is also holding the number two spot in this week's single's chart with 'Chasing Pavements'.

Check out Uncut's review of Adele's '19' by clicking here, you can also tell us what you think of the album using our comments feature.

The only other new entry in this week's album chart is Bullet For My Valentine's 'Scream Aim Fire, which enters at number five.

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss' collaboration 'Raising Sand' is still in the top five at number four.

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Meanwhile the UK singles chart is still topped by Swedish DJ Basshunter who has now been at number for four weeks with 'Now You're Gone'.

The full UK album chart Top 20 is:

1. Adele - 19 (XL Recordings)
2. Scouting For Girls - Scouting For Girls (Epic)
3. Nickelback - All The Right Reasons (Roadrunner Records)
4. Robert Plant & Alison Krauss - Raising Sand (Decca/Rounder)
5. Bullet For My Valentine - Scream Aim Fire (20-20 Ent)
6. Amy Macdonald - This Is The Life (Vertigo)
7. Rihanna - Good Girl Gone Bad (Def Jam)
8. Newton Faulkner - Hand Built By Robots (Ugly Truth)
9. Hoosiers - The Trick To Life (RCA)
10. Garth Brooks - The Ultimate Hits (Sony BMG)
11. Robyn - Robyn (Konichiwa)
12. Take That - Beautiful World (Polydor)
13. Wombats - A Guide To Love Loss & Desperation (14th Floor)
14. Mika - Life In Cartoon Motion (Casablanca/Island)
15. Billy Fury - His Wondrous Story - The Complete (UMTV)
16. Amy Winehouse - Back To Black (Island)
17. Radiohead - In Rainbows (XL Recordings)
18. Michael Buble Call Me Irresponsible - S.E. (Rep)
19. Lupe Fiasco - Lupe Fiasco's The Cool (Atlantic)
20. Britney Spears - Blackout (Jive)


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