Westlife Score Uk Chart Double

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Westlife have secured a British chart double as they sit atop both the singles and albums charts.

The Irish boyband's RAISE ME UP song is number one for a second week, while Face To Face has knocked Robbie Williams' album INTENSIVE CARE down to number two.

Elsewhere, Arctic Monkeys remain in second place in the singles chart with I BET YOU LOOK GOOD ON THE DANCEFLOOR, while PHARRELL FT GWEN STEFANI's CAN I HAVE IT LIKE THAT is a new entry at number three.

Craig David is another new entry at number four with DON'T LOVE YOU NO MORE, while SUGABABES' PUSH THE BUTTON falls two places to number five.

In the album chart, behind Westlife and Williams, ROB STEWART jumps straight in at number three with THANKS FOR THE MEMORY... THE GREAT AMERICAN SONGBOOK IV.

Katherine Jenkins is another new entry at number four with LIVING A DREAM, while THE Prodigy compilation album THEIR LAW - THE SINGLES falls three places to number five.


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