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Wilburys are UK album number one
Bob Dylan
US singer-songwriter Bob Dylan was a member of the Traveling Wilburys
The Traveling Wilburys made a return to the charts as the supergroup scored a number one UK album with a collection of their past hits.

The band - which included Roy Orbison, George Harrison and Bob Dylan - formed in 1988 and produced two albums.

Bon Jovi also scored a high new entry at two with Lost Highway, while the Police's greatest hits album reached number three.

Barbados-born singer Rihanna still has the No 1 single with Umbrella.

"Here's to George, Roy and the Boys, my favourite guys. Congratulations Wilburys," Olivia Harrison, George Harrison's wife, said about the Wilburys box set compilation reaching number one.

Reality TV hit

Rihanna held off a challenge from the White Stripes with their latest single Icky Thump, which moved from 13 to two.

Enrique Iglesias, Kelly Rowland and Mutya Buena were also in the top five.

New entries in the singles chart included Kelly Clarkson with Never Again at nine, The Holloways with Generator at 14 and Marillion's Thankyou Whoever You Are at 15.

Lee Mead, the winner of the BBC's talent show Any Dream Will Do, saw his version of the song from the Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat musical reach number 18 on downloads alone.

The song will go on general release on Monday, with profits going to Children in Need.

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