Lana Del Rey's 'Ultraviolence' takes the Number One spot in Official Albums Chart

Linkin Park are at Number Two with 'The Hunting Party'

Lana Del Rey's 'Ultraviolence' takes the Number One spot in Official Albums Chart

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Lana Del Rey's 'Ultraviolence' has taken the Number One spot in the Official Albums Chart.

The singer's second album also marks her second UK Number One LP, following 2012's 'Born To Die'. The second highest new entry this afternoon is for Linkin Park, whose new album 'The Hunting Party' is in at Number Two. Other new entries include Deadmau5's 'While(1<2)' at Number 14 and Klaxons' 'Love Frequency' at Number 38.

REVIEW: Read NME's review of Lana Del Rey's 'Ultraviolence'

Meanwhile, over in the Official Singles Chart, Ella Henderson's 'Ghost' remains at Number One for the second week running, with Australian boy band 5 Seconds Of Summer new at Number Two with the single 'Don't Stop'.

Other new entries include George Ezra's 'Budapest' at Number Four and Gorgon City at Number Seven with 'Here For You' featuring Laura Welsh.


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