As the soul singer's album '21' reclaims the throne at the chart, Foo Fighters' 'Wasting Light' saves the second place of the countdown.
Adele returned to the top of the British album charts on Sunday, April 24, after the Foo Fighters ended her record-breaking reign last week. The soul singer's album "21" is back at the top of the countdown, pushing Dave Grohl's band into second place with "Wasting Light". Adele previously made history after spending 11 weeks at number one.
Adele's debut "19" was a non-mover at three, while British pop star Jessie J came fourth with "Who You Are" and Rihanna's "Loud" was in fifth place.
In the singles chart, Tracy Chapman's 1988 hit "Fast Car" entered at four after a contestant on TV show "Britain's Got Talent" performed an acoustic version of the song and thousands of viewers purchased the original. LMFAO's "Party Rock Anthem" held onto the top spot, while U.K. rapper Wretch 32's track "Unorthodox", featuring Example, came second.
Jennifer Lopez's "On the Floor" was pushed into third, while Chris Brown's "Beautiful People" rounded out the top five.