Taylor Swift's album Fearless stays on top of the recording charts for a second straight week after having logged eight weeks on top previously. It's the first time any artist has achieved that feat in a decade.
The last time was Santana's Supernatural which logged a dozen weeks at number one in 1999-2000.
62,000 copies were sold last week.
R&B star Charlie Wilson debuts on the charts at number two with his 58,000 copy seller Uncle Charlie, while The Fray's album The Fray rebounds slightly moving from four to three.
Nickelback climbs back into the top five with Dark Horse winning the number four spot, while Beyonce's I Am...Sasha Fierce rises from twelve to five.