Keane have gone straight in at number one on this week's UK album chart, with Nelly Furtado's Maneater securing a second week as top single.
Keane's new album has yielded the hit single Is It Any Wonder?
Under the Iron Sea is the follow-up to Keane's debut album Hopes and Fears, one of the biggest sellers of 2004.
Punk rockers Sham 69 score their first hit single since 1980 with Hurry Up England, which is new at number 10.
It is not the highest of the eight World Cup songs in the chart as Embrace are ahead of them at number eight.
And the reissue of Three Lions by Baddiel, Skinner and the Lightning Seeds is at number nine.
Below Sham 69 - whose singer Jimmy Pursey reworked the band's 1978 hit Hurry Up Harry in time for the football tournament - are Tony Christie at 11, Crazy Frog at 15 and entertainer Stan Boardman at 17.
The Tonedef Allstars have the seventh football-related single of the week at 27, while the Trinidad and Tobago Tartan Army are at 40.
Virgin Radio listeners chose Sham 69 as their World Cup anthem
Furtado's chart-topper sees off Sandi Thom, whose song I Wish I Was a Punk Rocker is a non-mover at number two.
Hips Don't Lie, a collaboration between Shakira and Wyclef Jean, is the highest new single at three, while Bon Jovi's Who Says You Can't Go Home, enters at five.
Dance tracks from Armand van Helden and Solu Music - My My My and Fade - are new at 12 and 18 respectively, with indie band The Fratellis arriving at 19 with their song Henrietta.
Dannii Minogue's So Under Pressure is new at 20 and rapper TI comes in at 22 with Why You Wanna, which samples Crystal Waters' 1991 dance hit Gypsy Woman.
On the album chart, there is further success for Furtado, who is new at five with Loose.
Filling the rest of the top five are Sandi Thom at two, The Feeling at three and Paul Simon at four.
The Eagles' greatest hits album climbs 19 places to number nine, perhaps seen as a good present for this Sunday's Father's Day in the UK.
Nelly Furtado has this week's top single and the number five album
US country stars The Dixie Chicks are new at 12 with Taking the Long Way.
Paul Weller's live double album Catch-Flame enters at 17, while rapper Busta Rhymes is new at 19 with The Big Bang.
It includes a duet with Stevie Wonder called Been Through the Storm.
Hits compilations by Level 42, the Stranglers, Dusty Springfield and the Lightning Seeds are also new further down this week's Top 40.