Take That Top and Westlife Win Out
The Top 40 is a good place to be if you're in a boy/man band this week...
Take That have done it and bagged another No 1 with comeback tune 'Patience' - a whopping ten years after they bowed out of the pop scene.
The Manchester four piece, who are doing two huge signings in London and Manchester today (November 27) to celebrate the launch of album Beautiful World, see off competition from Akon and Eminem and Emma Bunton who returns to the charts at No 3 with 'Downtown'.
Meanwhile Take That's old buddy Robbie has slipped out of the top 10 down to No 15 with 'Lovelight'.
And in the album charts there's more boyband action - with Westlife doing the what the tabloids dreaded and beating Oasis to the top spot.
At the end of play, the 'Loife's 'The Love Album' had sold about 15,000 copies more than Oasis's 'Stop The Clocks'. Also propping 'em up are the Beatles' 'Love' at 3 and U2's U218 Singles at 4.
Bet there are a lot of sore heads in Camp That and 'Loife this morning...