London, Aug 11 : Swedish supergroup Abba are top of the UK album chart for a second week with their greatest hits collection.
'Gold' was first released in 1992, but it's become a big hit again thanks to the Abba-inspired film Mamma Mia!, which features loads of their songs, reports BBC.
Welsh singer Duffy's 'Rockferry' came second while 'Viva La Vida Or Death And All His Friends' by Coldplay stood third.
Kid Rock's album 'Rock N Roll Jesus' and Sharleen Spiteri's 'Melody' landed the fourth and fifth spot respectively.
Meanwhile, pop singer Katy Perry has topped the UK singles chart, with her track 'I Kissed A Girl'.
Last week's No.1, 'All Summer Long' by Kid Rock, slips to two, with 'Dance Wiv Me' by Dizzee Rascal and Calvin Harris falling to three.
Script's 'The Man Who Can't Be Moved' came fourth while 'Love is Noise' by British band the Verve landed the fifth spot.
The top five albums in UK: 1. Gold - Abba
2. Rockferry - Duffy
3. Viva La Vida - Coldplay
4. Rock n Roll Jesus - Kid Rock (pictured)
5. Melody - Sharleen Spiteri
The top five singles in UK:
1. I Kissed A Girl - Katy Perry
2. All Summer Long - Kid Rock
3. Dance Wiv Me - Dizzee Rascal
4. The Man Who Can't Be Moved - Script
5. Love Is Noise - The Verve