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Last Updated: Sunday, 20 November 2005, 19:00 GMT
Madonna in chart double success
Madonna's new album was released on Monday
Madonna has added to her singles chart success by also seeing her Confessions On A Dancefloor top the album chart.

The singer held on to her place at the top of the singles charts for the second week with dance track Hung Up.

In the album charts, Madonna denied 90s pop stars Take That's Never Forget - The Ultimate Collection the top spot.

Irish group Westlife stayed put at number two in the singles chart with You Raise Me Up and their Face To Face dropped to three in the album chart.

In the rest of the singles chart, My Humps by the Black Eyed Peas came in at number three while Girl Aloud's new track Biology went in at number four.

They were followed by two more new entries, Will Young's Switch It On in at number five and Liberty X's A Night to Remember in at six.

Simon Webbe, who entered the charts last week at number four, slipped three places to number seven with No Worries.

The Darkness returned to the charts with their new single One Way Ticket at number eight.

Meanwhile, Arctic Monkeys dropped to ninth from last week's number five with I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor.

The week's other new entry, the White Stripes' The Denial Twist, came in at number 10.



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