Their new live record, "Live Around the World", tops Friday's (09Oct20) Official Charts Company rundown, bagging them their 10th number one in total. It's their first since 1995, and also their first since the "American Idol" alumnus replaced the late Freddie Mercury as frontman.
Celebrating the news, Queen guitarist Brian May tells OfficialCharts.com: "Thank you folks for making us Number 1 after all these years. So Queen + Adam Lambert's very first release is Number 1... amazing. God bless you all."
Roger Taylor adds, "Number 1, my favourite number. It's been 25 years since Queen have had a Number 1 album and it's a thrill, still! Thanks to everybody who went out and bought it. I hope you love it and get a lot of kicks out of it."
Lambert meanwhile, called himself "the luckiest person in the world" to be able to work with the pair and land his first ever number one in Britain.
Rising to three is production collective Internet Money's "Lemonad"e, which also features Don Toliver, Gunna, and Nav, while at four is Headie One, AJ Tracey, and Stormzy's "Ain't It Different". Completing the top five is Paul Woolford, Diplo, and Kareen Lomax's "Looking for Me".