Westlife started a second week atop the U.K. singles chart and added the album chart crown, the fifth time the Irish pop act has topped this survey
Irish boy band Westlife celebrates their winning, even double as their latest album entitled "Face To Face" has joined their single "You Raise Me Up" at the top of the charts. This is the second time that their single is number one, while the album attainment automatically pushes Robbie Williams' "Intensive Care" off the top spot to No. 2 as Rod Stewart's "Thanks for the Memory -- Great American Songbook Vol. 4" entering the charts at No. 3.
In the meantime, at number 4 in the album chart is "Living A Dream," which is another new entry by Katherine Jenkins. The Prodigy compilation album "Their Law - The Singles" falls three places to number five.
Elsewhere, Arctic Monkeys remains in 2nd place in the singles chart with "I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor," while Pharrell Williams featuring Gwen Stefani's "Can I Have It Like That" is a new entry at number three. In the meantime, Craig David also is a new entry at the chart with his single "Don't Love You No More" at No. 4, while Sugababes' "Push The Button" falls two places to number five.