Soul sensation Adele has scored her 18th non-consecutive week atop the U.K. albums chart with her critically-acclaimed release, 21.
The British singer's roaring success keeps Beyonce's 4 in second place, while Adele appears again at three with her debut, 19.
Party band LMFAO is the only new entry in the top 10 - Sorry for the Party Rocking debuts at eight.
In the U.K. singles chart, boyband The Wanted make it two weeks at the top with Glad You Came, while DJ Fresh is at two with Louder, and Ed Sheeran's The A Team is at three.
Releases by the late Amy Winehouse are expected to take over the charts next week (31Jul11) after fans flocked to download songs and albums from her back catalogue following her tragic death on Saturday (23Jul11).