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Kaiser Chiefs remain top of Official UK Album Chart for second week Get Tickets

Meanwhile, Sigma scores first UK Number One Single with 'Nobody To Love'

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Kaiser Chiefs remain top of the Official UK Album Chart for a second week.

The Yorkshire band's new album, 'Education, Education, Education & War', became their second chart-topping album of their career when they knocked X Factor winner Sam Bailey's 'Power Of Love' off the top spot last week, reports the Official Charts Company.

Paloma Faith's 'A Perfect Contradiction' has shot up the charts to Number Two, following her performance of the album's track 'Can't Rely On You' on the final of The Voice last week.

John Legend's 'Love In The Future' is at Number Three, George Michael's 'Symphonica' is at Number Four and Aloe Blacc completes this week's Official UK Album Chart Top 5 with his new record, 'Lift Your Spirit'.

Elsewhere, Black Label Society – the band formed by former Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Zakk Wylde – enter at Number 30 with 'Catacombs Of The Black Vatican', and Sohn's debut album, 'Tremors', enters at 31.

In the Official UK Singles Chart, Sigma have gone straight in at Number One with their new single 'Nobody To Love'. With sales of over 121,000 copies, the London-based duo have pipped 'Last Night' by The Vamps (2) to the post to score the third biggest selling single of 2014.

Aloe Blacc's 'The Man' has fallen two place to Number Three, John Legend's 'All Of Me' is also down two to Number Four and this week's Official UK Singles Chart Top 5 is completed by Iggy Azalea's collaboration with Charli XCX, 'Fancy'.


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