Blunt Back At The Topby Contributor | 23 September 2007
James Blunt's second album All The Lost Souls has entered the charts at number one.
The man hated by so much of the population has nevertheless proved his enormous popularity with the follow-up to Back To Bedlam, knocking Kanye West's Graduation off the top spot in the process.
The Stronger singer nevertheless maintains his advantage over rival 50 Cent, whose Curtis record slips two places to number four this week.
Amy Winehouse's enormous Back To Black was at three. Other new entries in the top ten included Reverend and the Makers at number five with The State of Things and ex-Dire Straits man Mark Knopfler's Kill To Get Crimson at nine.
In the singles chart, Sean Kingston made it a hat-trick of weeks at number one with his Beautiful Girl track.
50 Cent scored a minor victory over Kanye with Ayo Technology climbing to two while Stronger fell to number four, while Plain White Ts' Hey There Delilah was at three.
Babyshambles' new single, Delivery, entered at six.