Singer Rihanna is dominating the UK pop music scene after reaching number one in both the singles and album charts.
The Barbados-born singer is enjoying global success
The 19-year-old's third album, Good Girl Gone Bad, entered the chart at number one, while her single Umbrella is on top for the fourth week running.
Scottish rock band Biffy Clyro's fourth album, Puzzle, entered the chart at number two, one place ahead of The Twang's Love It When I Feel Like This.
Sir Paul McCartney's Memory Almost Full was another new entry, at number five.
The former Beatle promoted the album last week with a gig for just 1,000 people at London's Electric Ballroom venue.
UK TOP 10 ALBUMS
1) Good Girl Gone Bad - Rihanna
2) Puzzle - Biffy Clyro
3) Love It When I Feel Like This - The Twang
4) It Won't Be Soon Before Long - Maroon 5
5) Memory Almost Full - Paul McCartney
6) Back to Black - Amy Winehouse
7) Maths & English - Dizzee Rascal
8) Eat Me Drink Me - Marilyn Manson
9) Minutes To Midnight - Linkin Park
10) Real Girl - Mutya Buena
Official UK Charts Company
Maths & English, the third album from London-based rapper Dizzee Rascal, made its debut at number seven while flamboyant rocker Marilyn Manson's Eat Me Drink Me came into the chart at number eight.
Former Sugababes singer Mutya Buena's solo debut, Real Girl, was a new entry at number 10. Her single of the same name remains at number two in the chart.
The highest new entry in the singles chart was the White Stripes' comeback, Icky Thump, at number 13.