X Factor runners-up Journey South and Andy Abraham have topped this week's album chart with their debut releases.
Journey South's album features acoustic versions of classic tracks
Journey South - Middlesbrough brothers Carl and Andy Pemberton - took pole position with their self-titled album.
Former refuse collector Abraham is at two with The Impossible Dream, knocking Corinne Bailey Rae down to three.
In the singles chart, US R&B singer Ne-Yo - real name Schaffer Smith - has jumped 18 places to take the number one spot from Californian band Orson.
Indie band Embrace get this week's highest new entry at two with their track Nature's Law, while Orson's No Tomorrow falls to three.
Pink takes fourth place in the chart with Stupid Girls, a satirical number poking fun at her fellow Hollywood celebrities.
Abraham came second in The X Factor, losing to Shayne Ward
Corinne Bailey Rae holds steady at five with Put Your Records On, while girl group Pussycat Dolls drop to six with Beep.
Both Journey South and Andy Abraham outsold veteran pop star Prince, whose album 3121 entered the chart in ninth place.
This week sees new album releases from Embrace and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.