London, Dec 1 : The Killers' Day and Age has topped the UK albums chart.
Guns N' Roses had to settle for a number two debut with 'Chinese Democracy', their first studio album in 15 years, reports BBC.
Meanwhile, Take That have notched up their eleventh number one on the UK singles chart.
'Greatest Day', the lead single from the group's upcoming album The Circus, debuts in the top spot this week. It becomes the group's third number one in five attempts since reforming in November 2005.
Last week's chart-topper, 'If I Were A Boy' by Beyonce, falls to two, while T.I. and Rihanna climb to three with 'Live Your Life'.
The top five in the UK albums chart: 1. The Killers - Day and Age
2. Guns N' Roses - Chinese Democracy
3. Rhydian - Rhydian
4. Leona Lewis - Spirit
5. Priests - The Priests (pictured)
The top five in the UK singles chart:
1. Take That - Greatest Day
2. Beyonce - If I Were A Boy
3. TI ft Rihanna - Live Your Life
4. The Killers - Human
5. Katy Perry - Hot 'n' Cold