Justin Timberlake dethrones David Bowie on UK chart
Justin Timberlake's first collection for seven years has headed off straight to the highest point of the UK diagram, thumping David Bowie's comeback LP off the summit.
The 20/20 Experience is Timberlake's third solo collection. It has dismissed The Next Day, Bowie's first collection for a decade, which used one week on top.
Anyway Timberlake's tune Mirrors has lost the top spot in the singles graph.
It has been swapped by The Saturdays' What About Us, the young lady bunch's first number one after five years of attempting.
They had beforehand scored 11 UK beat 10 singles without hutting the top spot. Yet the new single, which characteristics reggae star Sean Paul, has come to be the quickest-advertising single of the year so far with 114,000 duplicates sold.
Timberlake's Mirrors dropped to number two. In the interim, his collection sold very nearly 106,000 duplicates -more than whatever remains of the top five consolidated.
Somewhere else on the collection outline, Emeli Sande is still at number three with Our Version of Events, while the soundtrack to Les Miserables has backtracked up to number four.
Other new entrances could be British outside the box survivors Suede at 10 with Bloodsports and vocalist-songwriter Billy Bragg at 13 with Tooth and Nail, as per the Official Charts Company.