The Horrors’ ‘Skying’ goes Top Five as Adele returns to Number One

Boyband The Wanted score their second singles chart Number One

The Horrors have scored their highest-ever chart placing tonight (July 17) after their third album ‘Skying’ went straight in at Number Five.

The Southend band cracked the Top Five after more low-key chart placings for their 2007 debut ‘Strange House’ (Number 37) and 2009’s ‘Primary Colours’ (Number 25).

Elsewhere, Adele‘s ’21’ returned to Number One to clock up its 17th week at the top of the chart, while Nickelodeon pop group Big Time Rush‘s debut ‘BTR’ went in at Number 14.

Incubus‘s new album ‘If Not Now, When?’ debuted at Number 20, while there were two new ‘Best Of…’ albums in the chart – Andrea Bocelli‘s ‘Vivere’ at Number 19 and Ricky Martin‘s ‘Greatest Hits’ at Number 24.

In the singles chart, boyband The Wanted scored their second UK chart-topper with new single ‘Glad You Came’, which sold 117,000 copies in its first week of release, according to the Official Charts Company.

Further down the chart, David Guetta scored a new entry at Number 16 with ‘Little Bad Girl’, his collaboration with Taio Cruz and Ludacris. Scouting for Girls were one place below with their new entry ‘Love How It Hurts’.

The Top 10 UK albums are:

1. Adele – ’21’
2. Beyonce – ‘4’
3. Adele – ’19’
4. Lady Gaga – ‘Born This Way’
5. The Horrors – ‘Skying’
6. Caro Emerald – ‘Deleted Scenes From The Cutting Room Floor’
7. Bruno Mars – ‘Doo Wops & Hooligans’
8. Foo Fighters – ‘Wasting Light’
9. Take That – ‘Progressed’
10. Rihanna – ‘Loud’

The Top 10 UK singles are:

1. The Wanted – ‘Glad You Came’
2. DJ Fresh feat. Sian Evans – ‘Louder’
3. Ed Sheeran – ‘The A Team’
4. Beyonce – ‘Best Thing I Never Had’
5. Loick Essien feat. Tanya Lacey – ‘How We Roll’
6. Jason Derulo – ‘Don’t Wanna Go Home’
7. Example – ‘Changed The Way You Kiss Me’
8. Calvin Harris feat. Kelis – ‘Bounce’
9. Pitbull feat Nayer, Afrojack and Ne-Yo – ‘Give Me Everything’
10. Katy Perry – ‘Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)’