Soul singers Amy Winehouse and Duffy top the UK's album and singles charts this week.
In the album chart, Winehouse returned to the top position with the deluxe edition of her Back to Black record.
The album first reached number one in the UK charts over a year ago, in January 2007.
Back to Black moved up from third in the chart to top Goldfrapp's new Seventh Tree album and Mika's Life In Cartoon Motion.
Another high climber was Michael Buble's Call Me Irresponsible which rose from 14th to fourth.
Meanwhile, last week's number one, The Feeling's Join With Us, fell out of the top ten and charted in 11th.
In the singles chart Duffy held onto the top spot for the third week running with her song Mercy.
The Top 10 was almost identical to last week, with the top six tunes all remaining in the same places.
Rhianna's Dont Stop The Music rose one place from eighth to seventh, while David Jordan's Sun Goes Down fell from seventh to ninth.
As with his Formula One documentary Senna, filmmaker Asaf Kapadia cleverly uses archival footage to...