Veteran rockers the EAGLES have stunned chart watchers in Britain by beating Britney Spears to the top of the albums chart. The group's first full studio album for nearly 30 years, Long Road Out Of Eden, claimed the new number one spot on Sunday (04Nov07), narrowly defeating Spears' Blackout. The Eagles and Spears are now fighting for the top spot on the U.S. albums chart, which will be announced on Wednesday (07Nov07). Meanwhile, Leona Lewis scored a second week at the top of the U.K. singles chart, with boybands Take That and Westlife at numbers two and three respectively. Elvis Presley's re-release Viva Las Vegas is a re-entry in the British chart, debuting at 15.