Muse and Peter Andre beat Jay-Z to the top of the UK album chart

Taio Cruz heads up the UK singles chart this week

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Muse have gone straight to the top of the UK album chart tonight (September 20), with their fifth album 'The Resistance'.

Matt Bellamy and co beat Vera Lynn into second place in the chart, with Peter Andre's new album 'Revelation' going in at Number Three. Jay-Z's new album 'The Blueprint 3' reached Number Four.

Listen to the Muse and Jay-Z albums in full, for free, by clicking on the We7 widgets below. Users outside of the UK can listen to 30-second clips of each song.

In the singles chart, Taio Cruz's new single 'Break Your Heart' beat Madonna's 'Congratulations' to the top spot. Last week's Number One, Pixie Lott's 'Boys & Girls' slips to Number Six.

The UK Top Ten singles are:

1. Taio Cruz – 'Break Your Heart'
2. David Guetta Ft Akon – 'Sexy Chick'
3. Madonna – 'Celebration'
4. Jay-Z Ft Rihanna & Kanye West – 'Run This Town'
5. Shakira – 'She Wolf'
6. Pixie Lott – 'Boys & Girls'
7. Black Eyed Peas – 'I Gotta Feeling'
8. Dizzee Rascal – 'Holiday'
9. Mini Viva – 'Left My Heart In Tokyo'
10. Sugababes –'Get Sexy'


The UK's Top Ten albums are:

1. Muse – 'The Resistance'
2. Vera Lynn – 'We'll Meet Again - The Very Best Of'
3. Peter Andre – 'Revelation'
4. Jay-Z – 'The Blueprint 3'
5. David Gray – 'Draw The Line'
6. Pixie Lott – 'Turn It Up'
7. Kings Of Leon – 'Only By The Night'
8. David Guetta – 'One Love'
9. Mark Knopfler – 'Get Lucky'
10. Florence & The Machine – 'Lungs'






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