And Keane climb back to the number one spot on the albums...

Mario Winans has ended the Eamon/Frankee monopoly at the top of the UK charts, crashing in at one with ‘I Don’t Wanna Know’.

He sees off a glut of other new entries and stops resurgent pop veteran Peter Andre getting a chart-topper with ‘Insania’. The song, supposedly written during Andre’s time in the jungle on reality show ’I’m A Celebrity…’, enters at three. Faithless take a bow at seven with ‘Mass Destruction’ while the Beastie Boys mark their comeback with ‘Ch Ch Check It Out’ at eight.

The England football team will hope to fare better at Euro 2004 in Portugal than their official anthem did on this week’s chart. ‘All Together Now’, a reworked version of The Farm’s ‘All Together Now’, limps in at 10.

On down the chart, Hoobastank nudge in at 12 with ‘The Reason’, Pop enter at 14 with ‘Heaven & Earth’ and former Spice Girl Emma Bunton sees her solo career slowly deflate as she can only manage 15 with ‘Crickets Sing for Anamaria’.

Kristian Leontiou debuts at 18 with ‘Story Of My Life’, wannabe

Westlife D Side miss the top 20 and enter at 21 with ‘Pushin’ Me Out’ and Evanescence chart at 24 with ‘Everybody’s Fool’.

Keane continue to dominate the album charts, sneaking back to the top spot after a week at number two. They hold off The Corrs who enter at two with ‘Borrowed Heaven’. PJ Harvey enters at 12 with ‘Uh Huh Her’.