Plus Owl City stay top of the UK singles chart

Paolo Nutini has shot back to the top of the UK Official Albums Chart for the third time since June 2009.

‘Sunny Side Up’, the second album from the 23-year-old Scotsman, went back to the summit after being off the top for just two weeks.

In the 35 weeks since its release, the album has spent no less than 20 weeks in the Top 10 and has never been out of the Top 40, according to the Official Charts Company

It was back at Number One for the last week of 2009 and the first week of 2010 before being relegated to Number Two for the next two weeks by Florence And The Machine‘s debut ‘Lungs’.

Elsewhere Biffy Clyro‘s ‘Only Revolutions’ is back in the top 10 at Number Nine having climbed from 13.

In the Official Compilation Albums Chart ‘Hope For Haiti Now’, the star-studded soundtrack from MTV‘s ‘Hope For Haiti Now: A Global Benefit For Earthquake Relief Telethon’ featuring contributions from Jay-Z, Coldplay and Madonna, has shot straight to the top.

Meanwhile in the Official Singles Chart, Owl City‘s ‘Fireflies’ stays at Number One for the second week running despite tough competition from ‘Don’t Stop Believin” by the cast from the US television series ‘Glee’, which is at Two, while the original version by Journey is at Eight.

The Top 10 singles are:

1. Owl City – ‘Fireflies’
2. Glee Cast – ‘Don’t Stop Believin”
3. Iyaz – ‘Replay’
4. 3oh3 Ft Katy Perry – ‘Starstrukk’
5. Sidney Samson Ft Wizard Sleeve – ‘Riverside (Let’s Go)’
6. JLS – ‘One Shot’
7. Alicia Keys – ‘Empire State Of Mind (Part II)’
8. Journey – ‘Don’t Stop Believin”
9. Example – ‘Won’t Go Quietly’
10. Jay-Z (feat Mr Hudson) – ‘Young Forever’

The Top 10 albums are:

1. Paolo Nutini – ‘Sunny Side Up’
2. Alicia Keys – ‘The Element Of Freedom’
3. Florence And The Machine – ‘Lungs’
4. Andre Rieu – ‘Forever Vienna’
5. Lady Gaga – ‘The Fame’
6. The Chipmunks – ‘Alvin And The Chipmunks 2: The Squeakquel’
7. Mumford & Sons – ‘Sigh No More’
8. Justin Bieber – ‘My World’
9. Biffy Clyro – ‘Only Revolutions’
10. Pixie Lott – ‘Turn It Up’