‘Les Misérables’ soundtrack stays on top of UK album chart

The Les Misérables cast have stayed on top of the UK album chart.

Tom Hooper’s movie adaptation of the long-running musical outsold its nearest rival by more than two to one to keep hold of the top spot for a second week.

Emeli Sandé stays at number two with Our Version of Events in its 50th week inside the Top 10.

Calvin Harris climbs back a place to three with 18 Months, swapping places with Jake Bugg at four. Rihanna climbs up to five with Unapologetic.

Ed Sheeran is back up two to six with +, while Bruno Mars climbs three to seven with Unorthodox Jukebox.

One Direction are up three to eight with Take Me Home. fun. rise four to nine with Some Nights.

I Am Kloot score their first Top 10 album placing, with their sixth studio album Let It All In entering at ten.

Madness re-enter at 16 with Oui Oui Si Si Ja Ja Da Da. Bon Jovi’s Greatest Hits climbs back into the Top 40 at 26.

Ludovico Einaudi’s In a Time Lapse is a new entry at 24, while Adam Ant’s sixth studio album Adam Ant Is the Blueblack Hussar In Marrying the Gunner’s Daughter lands at 25.

Mallory Knox enter at 33 with Signals, followed by The Blackout’s Start the Party at 35.

Source: Official Charts Company