Girls Aloud's singles have all been top 10 hits
Girls Aloud have claimed the number one spot in the UK charts with The Promise, the group's first in four years.
The former talent show winners displaced US star Pink, who sneaked ahead of the Guru Josh Project, new at three with Infinity 2008.
In the album charts, veteran rockers AC/DC went straight in at number one, ahead of the Kaiser Chiefs and X Factor winner Leon Jackson at two and four.
Girls Aloud have had two other number ones, including their 2002 debut.
The Sound of The Underground was the fivesome's first release after they triumphed in TV competition Popstars: The Rivals.
Their Children In Need charity song, I'll Stand By You, was their other chart-topping song in 2004.
UK FOP FIVE SINGLES
1 The Promise - Girls Aloud
2 So What - Pink
3 Infinity 2008 - Guru Josh Project
4 Sex On Fire - Kings of Leon
5 Wire To Wire - Razorlight
Source: Official Charts Company
They also went to number one along with the Sugababes in 2007.
Their joint effort was Walk This Way, the official Children In Need single.
All of the group's 18 singles to date have made the UK top 10.
Elsewhere in the rundown, Razorlight and Katy Perry made big strides with their latest songs to make the top 10, while Kanye West also climbed into the top flight with Love Lockdown.
In the album charts, Welsh soprano Katherine Jenkins scored a new entry at five with Sacred Arias, while female trio the Sugababes made number eight with their latest record Catfights and Spotlights.
Their last two albums of new material topped the chart.
AC/DC's chart-topper Black Ice is their first number album in the UK since 1980.
German DJ Sash! made number 10 with his greatest hits collections, while his single Raindrops (Encore Une Fois) held steady at nine.