Rock supergroup THE TRAVELING WILBURYS have return to the U.K. album charts after a 17 year absence.
The group, which comprised of Bob Dylan, Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty and the late Roy Orbison and George Harrison, have gone straight to number one in the albums charts with their greatest hits disc, entitled Collection.
The Traveling Wilburys beat competition by other new entries from Bon Jovi and Police, whose albums Lost Highway and The Police entered at two and three respectively.
Sunday's (17Jun07) charts were dominated by veteran rockers, with new albums by Sir Paul MCCartney (Memory Almost Full) and The Who (Then And Now) reaching 10 and nine.
Meanwhile, R+B star Rihanna's Umbrella remained at the top of the U.K. singles chart for a fifth week, despite competition from Kelly Clarkson's new single Never Again.
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