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Take That top album chart again

Take That
Image caption Take That are on a 29-stadium tour, with 1.8 million tickets sold

Take That have topped the album chart once more with their reunion hit Progress, which was the biggest-selling album of last year.

The album, which has been re-released with an extra eight tracks, jumped 10 places to take the number one position.

Take That are currently on an extensive sell-out tour of the UK and parts of Europe.

Dance act Example remained at number one in the singles chart.

Example, whose real name is Elliot Gleave, held on to number one for a second week with his single Change The Way You Kiss Me, despite competition from other dance acts Calvin Harris and Ed Sheeran.

Harris's single Bounce entered the chart at number two and Sheeran was at number three with The A Team.

Other new tracks in the top 40 were Spaceship from Tinchy Stryder and Dappy, in at number five, and Katie Perry's Last Friday Night (TGIF), which entered at number 24.

In the album chart, other new entries were So Beautiful Or So What by Paul Simon, who came in at number six, and Hell - The Sequel by Bad Meets Evil, in at number seven.

Nerina Pallot's Year Of The Wolf came in at number 31 and Sophie Ellis-Bextor's Make A Scene was at number 38.

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