Rock band Keane top UK album chart for fourth time
LONDON (Reuters) - English band Keane secured a fourth consecutive number one album on Sunday with their latest release "Night Train" going straight in at the top of the charts, the Official Charts Company said.
The group, whose worldwide album sales exceed 10 million, named the album after their preferred mode of transport during a 28-country tour for their last album, "Perfect Symmetry."
There were three other new entries in the top 10, with Lady Gaga's "The Remix" entering at number three and New York-based National going in at number five with "High Violet," while Foals' "Total Live Forever" was at number eight.
In the singles charts, London-based grime music collective Roll Deep's "Good Times" held on to the top spot for a third week running, making it only the second track to have spent as long at number one this year.
Jason Derulo's "Ridin' Solo" climbed to number two, from last week's twelfth place, while Romanian producer Edward Maya's dance track "Stereo Love," featuring Russian born Vika Jigulina was a new entry at number four.
Fyfe Dangerfield's cover of Billy Joel's "She's Always A Woman," which features in a television advert for high street department store John Lewis, was a new entry in the top ten, climbing seven places from last week to sit at number seven.
The cast of television show Glee went straight in at number nine with their version of Bonnie Tyler's 1983 hit "Total Eclipse of the Heart."
(Reporting by Kylie MacLellan, editing by Paul Casciato)
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