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Rudimental's debut Home tops album chart

Image caption Rudimental have had two number one singles in the past 12 months

Rudimental, an east London drum and bass band, have gone straight to number one in the album chart with their debut Home, while Daft Punk's Get Lucky has stayed at the top of the singles chart.

Rudimental's success follows two number one singles in the past year and they are currently at number two in the singles chart with Waiting All Night.

Crooner Michael Buble's To Be Loved was second in the album chart.

US singer Pink's The Truth About Love followed Buble at number three.

Emeli Sande's Our Version of Events was next at number four, followed by Will.i.am at number five with


Meanwhile in the singles chart, Can't Hold Us by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis was at three and Let Her Go, by Passenger, moved up seven places to number four.

Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding's collaboration, I Need Your Love, was next at number five.

Disclosure, featuring Eliza Doolittle, with You & Me, was a new entry at number 10.

A song recorded by an 18-year-old musician who died in a coach crash, Michael Molloy, has also entered the singles chart.

Liverpudlian Molloy was one of three people killed when a coach returning from Bestival on the Isle of Wight crashed last September.

Rise and Fall, a song he recorded with his friend Alex Evans, entered the charts at number 38.

New entries in the album chart include The Voice singer Bo Bruce, who entered at 11 with Before I Sleep, while boy band Blue, were at 13 with Roulette and Seasick Steve was just one behind at 14 with Hubcap Music.

Rock veterans Deep Purple and The Eagles also made the album chart. Deep Purple were in at 19 with Now What, while The Complete Greatest Hits by The Eagles was in at number 27.

There was a new entry for Disclosure, featuring Eliza Doolittle, with You & Me, at number 10 in the singles chart.


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