Robbie album tops charts
Published 17/10/2010 | 19:49
Robbie Williams reigned supreme as his latest album shot straight to the top of the charts.
The Take That star's long player In And Out Of Consciousness - Greatest, was this week's highest new entry in the album charts, going straight in at number one, the Official Charts Company confirmed.
It is just the latest in a long list of hits for the star who has enjoyed success as a solo artist and as a Take That regular.
There was a welcome return to the charts for golden oldie Sir Cliff Richard. The veteran got an extra 70th birthday treat as his record Bold As Brass became the second highest new entry in the album charts in at third place.
Cee Lo Green held on the the top spot for the second week running with Forget You in the singles chart.
American singer songwriter Bruno Mars moved up two places to second spot with Just The Way You Are. Hot on his tail in third spot and with this week's highest new entry in the singles chart was Duck Sauce's Barbra Streisand.
The spectre of ITV talent show the X Factor loomed large over the singles charts as usual with last year's winner Joe McElderry having this week's second highest entry in at sixth spot with Ambitions.
There were three other new entries in the top 10 of the album chart.
Electronic music act Magnetic Man were in at fifth position with their self titled album Magnetic Man. And Scottish indie darlings Belle and Sebastian made a welcome return in eighth spot with their long player Write About Love.
American rockers Alter Bridge were in at ninth spot with their new entry AB 111.