London, Mar 9 (ANI): Veteran Irish rockers U2 have bagged the tenth Number One album of their career, as their latest effort, 'No Line On The Horizon' debuted at the top of the UK albums chart.
Last week's chart-topper, 'Invaders Must Die' by The Prodigy, falls to two, while Kings of Leon's 'Only By The Night' slips to three, reports the BBC.
Meanwhile, Lady GaGa bounces back to four with debut disc 'The Fame'.
US rapper Flo Rida has beaten 'The Saturdays' to the top of the UK singles chart.
His track 'Right Round', currently on top in Australia and the US, debuts at number one this week.
Meanwhile, The Saturdays have to settle for a number two debut with their Comic Relief single 'Just Can't Get Enough'.
Lady GaGa holds steady at three with 'Poker Face', while last week's number one, 'My Life Would Suck Without You' by Kelly Clarkson, slips to four.
The top ten in the UK albums chart are:
1. U2: 'No Line On The Horizon'
2. The Prodigy: 'Invaders Must Die'
3. Kings of Leon: 'Only By The Night'
4. Lady GaGa: 'The Fame'
5. Lily Allen: 'It's Not Me, It's You
6. Duffy: 'Rockferry'
7. Take That: 'The Circus'
8. Elbow: 'The Seldom Seen Kid'
9. Ting Tings: 'We Started Nothing'
10. Fleet Foxes: 'Fleet Foxes'
The top ten in the UK singles chart are:
1. Flo Rida ft. Ke$ha: 'Right Round'
2. The Saturdays: 'Just Can't Get Enough'
3. Lady GaGa: 'Poker Face'
4. Kelly Clarkson: 'My Life Would Suck Without You'
5. Taylor Swift: 'Love Story'
6. Lily Allen: 'The Fear'
8. Lady GaGa ft. Colby O'Donis: 'Just Dance'
9. Shontelle: 'T-Shirt'
10. Pussycat Dolls: 'Whatcha Think About That' (ANI)