Bob Dylan has beaten Tom Jones' record for longest gap between solo number one albums with his latest release, Together Through Life.
Dylan last topped the' UK chart was with New Morning in 1970, giving a 40-year gap between number one albums.
Tom Jones held the record after Reload claimed the top spot in 1999, 31 years after Delilah.
The Enemy's second album, Music For The People, went straight in at number two, while The Fame, the debut album from Lady Gaga, dropped to number three.
Tinchy Stryder's Number 1 is still at the top of the singles chart, while La Roux remains at number two with In For The Kill.
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