The former Genesis star's 'Going Back' pushed last week's number one The Script's 'Science and Faith'.
British singer Phil Collins has landed his first number one album in the U.K. for 12 years - his covers compilation "Going Back" is at the top of the rundown. The former Genesis star, who previously topped the list with 1998's "Hits", pushed last week's number one The Script into second place with "Science & Faith", while the Manic Street Preachers' "Postcards From a Young Man" debuted at number three.
Brandon Flowers' solo record "Flamingo" and Robert Plant's "Band of Joy" album rounded out the top five. Meanwhile R&B star Bruno Mars topped the U.K. singles chart with his track "Just The Way You Are (Amazing)", while Taio Cruz landed second spot with "Dynamite".
Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream", The Script's "For the First Time" and "Start Without You" by Alexandra Burke rounded out the top five.