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Meanwhile, Clean Bandit remains top of the Official Singles Chart

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Bombay Bicycle Club are tonight celebrating their first Official UK Albums Chart Number One.

The London-based band's fourth album, 'So Long, See You Tomorrow', entered the charts at the top spot, outselling it's closest rival, Avicii's 'True' (Number Two), by more than 6,000 copies, reports the Official Charts Company.

Ellie Goulding's former Number One album, 'Halcyon', is at Number Three this week, London Grammar's debut album 'If You Wait' is at Number Four and Beyonce's self-titled album completes this week's Official Albums Chart Top Five.

Elsewhere, Maximo Park's 'Too Much Information' is at Number Seven, Broken Bells' 'After The Disco' is at Number 12 and folk singer Seth Lakeman is at Number 20 with his new album 'Word Of Mouth'.

In the Official UK Singles Chart, Clean Bandit remain top with their track 'Rather Be'. The track shot to the top of the Official Singles Chart last month. It became the fastest selling single of 2014 so far, shifting over 163,000 copies during its first week on sale.

Pharrell Williams' 'Happy' is at Number Two, 'Dibby Dibby Sound' by DJ Fresh, Jay Fay and Ms Dynamite is at Number Three and 'Feelin' Myself' by will.i.am, Miley Cyrus and Wiz Khalifa is at Number Four. 'Timber', a collaboration with Ke$ha and Pitbull, is at Number Five.

Elsewhere, Disclosure are this week's highest climbers as 'F For You' shoots up 118 places to Number 29 after the brothers released a new mix of the track featuring Mary J Blige. Imagine Dragons also score the fifth UK Top 40 with 'Demons' climbing 22 places to Number 30.

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