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Sunday, 10 November, 2002, 19:39 GMT
Chart victory for boy bands
Westlife
Westlife are used to chart success
Boy bands Westlife have topped the charts for the 11th time with their latest single, Unbreakable, while

The band, who are currently touring Dublin, Belfast, Edinburgh, London and Manchester and launching their latest album, knocked DJ Sammy's song, Heaven, into second place.

Although another boy band, Blue, fell from number six to number 11 in the singles chart, they managed to beat U2 to the top of the album chart with One Love, from which their latest single was taken.

U2's The Best of 1999-2000 and B Sides had to settle with second place.

Missy Elliott
Missy Elliott: New entry at number seven
David Gray's A New Day at Midnight and Gareth Gates's What My Heart Wants to Say each slipped down one notch in the album chart.

But Shania Twain went straight to number four in the singles chart with I'm Gonna Getcha Good, while Nelly, featuring Kelly Rowland, dropped one place to number three with Dilemma.

Madonna, whose film Swept Away has just gone straight to video in the UK, dropped nine places into 12th spot, with Die Another Day.

And Justin Timberlake's Like I Love You fell three places to number eight.

New entries in the singles chart include Missy Elliott at number six with Work It, while Danni Minogue entered at seven with Put The Needle On It.

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