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Dublin trio score second number one album

The Script, Alexandra Burke top UK charts

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The Script have today (September 19) scored their second Number One album in the UK.

The Dublin trio's sophomore collection 'Science And Faith' has been revealed as the biggest selling album in the country this week.

Its lead single 'For The First Time' is at Number Four.

The album joins fellow new entries from Linkin Park at Number Two, Robert Plant at Three and Phil Collins at Four. Interpol also manage a high placing, charting at 10 with their eponymous fourth album.

Meanwhile on the singles chart, 'X Factor' winner Alexandra Burke remains Number One for a second week with 'Start Without You', a collaboration with US rapper Laza Morgan.

Manic Street Preachers manage a new entry at 28 with '(It’s Not War) Just The End Of Love'.

This week’s Top Ten UK singles are:

1. Alexandra Burke – 'Start Without You'
2. Taio Cruz - 'Dynamite'
3. Katy Perry – 'Teenage Dream'
4. The Script – 'For The First Time'
5. Olly Murs – 'Please Don't Let Me Go'
6. Eminem ft Rihanna – 'Love The Way You Lie'
7. Usher – 'DJ Got Us Falling In Love'
8. Katy B – 'On A Mission'
9. Flo Rida ft David Guetta – 'Club Can't Handle Me'
10. Shontelle – 'Impossible'


The Top Ten albums are:

1. The Script – 'Science And Faith'
2. Linkin Park – 'A Thousand Suns'
3. Robert Plant – 'Band Of Joy'
4. Phil Collins – 'Going Back'
5. Brandon Flowers – 'Flamingo'
6. The xx – 'The xx'
7. Katy Perry – 'Teenage Dream'
8. Eminem – 'Recovery'
9. Lady Gaga – 'The Fame'
10. Interpol – 'Interpol'





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