The album which wrapped up the career of the British band came back to number 1 and becomes the rock band's eighth number 1 record in U.K.
Oasis is back at the top of the U.K. album charts once again - the rockers' greatest hits collection is at number one almost a year after they disbanded. The musicians - who split for good last August - have wrapped up their career together with "Time Flies...1994-2009", which shot straight to the top of the British charts. The album marks Oasis' eighth number one record in the U.K.
Hit TV musical "Glee" 's latest chart offering, "Glee: The Music, Journey to the Regionals", rocketed to number two, while Michael Buble's "Crazy Love" came in at number three. Rounding out the top five albums is Glenn Miller's "The Very Best Of" and "In the Mood" by RAF Squadronaires.
In the U.K. singles countdown, Dizzee Rascal's World Cup anthem "Shout" remained at number one, while another soccer chant "Wavin' Flag" by K'naan came second. In third place was Kickstarts' "Example" while Kylie Minogue's comeback single, "All the Lovers", entered at number four. Tinie Tempah and Labyrinth's duet "Frisky" rounded out the top five.