Plan B back on top of UK albums chart

Roll Deep take singles number one spot

Plan B back on top of UK albums chart

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Plan B's new album 'The Defamation Of Strickland Banks' has gone back to the top of the UK chart (May 3) - while his single 'She Said' also moves back up to Number Three.

The star's single sales aren't enough to deny grime collective Roll Deep, though. They score their first Number One with single 'Good Times'

Elsewhere on the singles chart, there is a new entry from Marina And The Diamonds at 26 with 'I Am Not A Robot'. Lady Antebellum enters at 28 with 'Need You Now' while former 'X Factor' winner Alexandra Burke enters at a lowly 34 with 'All Night Long.

Back on the albums chart Usher enters at two with 'Raymond V Raymond'. Another album of music from the Glee show called 'The Power Of Madonna' enters at Four, one ahead of a new entry from Bullet For My Valentine. Port Isaac's Fisherman's Friends' self-titled debut enters at Nine.

The UK top 10 singles are:

1. Roll Deep - 'Good Times'
2. Usher (feat. Will.I.Am) - 'OMG'
3. Plan B - 'She Said'
4. Diana Vickers - 'Once'
5. Chipmunk (feat. Esmée Denters) - 'Until You Were Gone'
6. Professor Green (feat. Ed Drewett) - 'I Need You Tonight'
7. Scouting for Girls - 'This Ain't A Love Song'
8. Timbaland (feat. Justin Timberlake) - 'Carry Out'
9. Kelis - 'Acapella'
10. Taio Cruz (feat. Ke$ha) - 'Dirty Picture'


The UK top 10 albums are:

1. Plan B - 'The Defamation Of Strickland Banks'
2. Usher - 'Raymond V Raymond'
3. AC/DC - 'Iron Man 2 OST'
4. Glee Cast - 'Glee The Music: The Power Of Madonna'
5. Bullet for My Valentine - 'Fever'
6. Paul Weller - 'Wake Up The Nation'
7. Lady Gaga - 'The Fame'
8. Scouting for Girls - 'Everybody Wants To Be On TV'
9 Port Isaac's Fisherman's Friends - 'Port Isaac's Fisherman's Friends'
10 Paolo Nutini - 'Sunny Side Up'




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