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Adele's album debuts at chart top
Adele has two Top 40 singles as well as the number one album
Singer Adele's debut album, 19, has gone straight to the top of the UK chart in its first week.

The 19-year-old Londoner, who won the BBC's Sound of 2008 poll last month, also remains at number two in the singles chart with Chasing Pavements.

Another of her singles, Hometown Glory, entered the chart at number 32.

Swedish DJ Basshunter has the number one single for a fourth week with Now You're Gone. Hot Chip's Ready for the Floor was the highest new entry at six.

Yorkshire band One Night Only's debut single Just For Tonight is a new entry in the top 40 singles at number nine, while singer-songwriter David Jordan's Sun Goes Down moves up 12 places to number 10.

Welsh hard rock band Bullet For My Valentine's second album, Scream Aim Fire, is a new entry at number five.

Last week's number one album, Scouting For Girls' eponymous debut, fell to number two while Nickelback rose to number three with All The Right Reasons.

Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant saw his collaboration with Alison Krauss, Raising Sand, slip to number four.

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