December 06, 2010 09:22:24 GMT
'Progress' which is the band's first after reuniting with Robbie Williams, triumphs over Olly Murs' and other releases for three weeks in a row.
Take That continue to dominate the U.K. album chart - "Progress" has remained in the top spot for the third consecutive week. The record, the British band's first since reuniting with original member Robbie Williams earlier this year, shot to number one on the countdown last month and has stayed there for three weeks.
Meanwhile, singer Olly Murs came in at number two with his self-titled debut and boy band JLS were in third with "Outta This World".
In the British singles chart, Simon Cowell was celebrating after this year's contestants on his reality TV show "The X Factor" scored another week on top with a charity track, a cover of David Bowie's "Heroes". British singer Ellie Goulding remained at number two with "Your Song" and Nicole Scherzinger debuted in third place with "Poison".