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Adele's 21 hangs on to top album spot for 13 weeks

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Image caption Adele's album 21 has also set a download record

Adele has maintained her position at the top of the album chart with 21 for a 13th week.

Her debut album 19 was in second place, up from number three.

She had already broken records by topping the chart for 11 consecutive weeks.

A fortnight ago she spent one week at number two after US rockers Foo Fighters briefly took the top spot. Their album Wasting Light is now at number four.

Party Rock Anthem by LMFAO, featuring Lauren Bennett and Goonrock, topped the singles chart for a third week while Bruno Mars's The Lazy Song rose 13 places to number two.

Singer, actress and American Idol judge Jennifer Lopez held on to her spot at number three with her track with Pitbull called On The Floor, while Chris Brown featuring Benny Benassi was up one place to four with Beautiful People.

Rapper Snoop Dogg climbed one position to five, and Sweat and Guilt by dance act Nero was the highest new entry was at number eight.

The album chart's highest new entry was indie rockers The Wombats, with This Modern Glitch, at number three. Pop singer Jessie J fell one place to five with Who You Are.

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