Daft Punk remain top of UK Singles Chart for third week running with 'Get Lucky'
Meanwhile, Caro Emerald bags first UK Number One Album with 'The Shocking Miss Emerald'
The track, which features Pharrell Williams and Chic's Nile Rodgers, also broke through the 100,000 sales barrier for a third week in a row, outselling nearest challenger Chris Mallinchak's 'So Good To Me' (2) by over 50,000 copies, reports the Official Charts Company.
Brighton singer-songwriter Passenger is at Number Three with 'Let Her Go', previous chart-toppers Rudimental are down one to Number Four with 'Waiting All Night', while Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' 'Can't Hold Us' completes this week's Top 5.
Elsewhere, Dutch trance DJ Armin Van Buuren claims his highest charting single in over 13 years with 'This Is What It Feels Like' (6). Gabrielle Aplin is new at Number 19 with 'Panic Cord' and Mariah Carey bags her 39th Top 40 hit, as her new track '#Beautiful' enters at Number 36. Paramore's 'Still Into You' is this week's highest climber, moving up six places to Number 26.
Meanwhile, in the Official UK Album Chart, Dutch jazz singer Caro Emerald has bagged her first ever UK Number One with 'The Shocking Miss Emerald', knocking Rudimental off the top spot. She toppled the East London drum & bass outfit by selling around 5,000 copies more than the group's 'Home'.
Actor/comedian Hugh Laurie scored a second UK Top 5 hit with his latest blues collection, 'Didn't It Rain', entering in at Number Three. Michael Buble's 'To Be Loved' is down two spots to Number Four, while Alison Moyet's 'The Minutes' is at Number Five.
Lady Antebellum enter the chart at Number Seven with 'Golden', while indie-folk group Noah And The Whale arrive at Number 13 with their new album 'Heart Of Nowhere'. Savages have landed a Top 20 hit with their debut album 'Silence Yourself' entering at Number 19.