Rockers Keane have landed their fifth consecutive number one atop the U.K. album charts with their latest release, Strangeland.
The only other group in history to accomplish the same feat is The Beatles, who set the record with their first seven efforts from Please Please Me to Revolver.
Meanwhile, Emeli Sande's Our Version of Events jumped six spots to number two and Richard Hawley's Standing at the Sky's Edge entered at three.
Adele's 21 and Lana Del Rey's Born to Die rounded out the top five.
In the singles chart, singer Rita Ora's collaboration with Tinie Tempah, Rip, knocked Tulisa Contostavlos' hit Young down to second place. Dropping to third was Carly Rae Jepsen's Call Me Maybe, while Alex Clare's Too Close came fourth and falling two places to number five was We Are Young by Fun featuring Janelle Monae.