London, Sept 22 : Metallica's 'Death Magnetic' has topped the UK albums chart for the second week in a row.
R and B singer Ne-Yo achieves his highest position yet on the chart, debuting at two with 'Year Of The Gentleman', while Rihanna holds steady at three with Good Girl Gone Bad, reports Contactmusic.
Meanwhile, Kings Of Leon have notched up a second week on top of the UK singles chart with 'Sex On Fire'.
Katy Perry remains at two with 'I Kissed A Girl', while Pussycat Dolls bounce back to three with 'When I Grow Up'.
The top ten in the UK albums chart are:
1. Metallica: 'Death Magnetic'
2. Ne-Yo: 'Year Of The Gentleman'
3. Rihanna: 'Good Girl Gone Bad'
4. Duffy: 'Rockferry'
5. Queen + Paul Rodgers: 'The Cosmos Rocks'
6. Glasvegas: 'Glasvegas'
7. The Streets: 'Everything Is Borrowed'
8. Elbow: 'The Seldom Seen Kid'
9. The Script: 'The Script'
10. The Verve: 'Forth'
The top ten in the UK singles chart are:
1. Kings Of Leon: 'Sex On Fire'
2. Katy Perry: 'I Kissed A Girl'
3. Pussycat Dolls: 'When I Grow Up'
4. McFly: 'Lies'
5. Rihanna: 'Disturbia'
6. Gym Class Heroes ft. The Dream: 'Cookie Jar'
7. Madcon: 'Beggin'
8. The Script: 'The Man Who Can't Be Moved'
9. Ne-Yo: 'Miss Independent'
10. Will Young: 'Changes'