Daft Punk have kept their number one album position for the second week.
Random Access Memories sold 53,000 copies over the past seven days, on top of 165,000 from the previous week.
Rod Stewart holds onto the number two spot with Time and Laura Marling completes the top three with her highest-charting LP so far, Once An Eagle.
Number four spot goes to All The Little Lights by Passenger which has climbed three spots, and Rudimental moves up on place with their album Home.
One of the biggest entries was Stooshe who entered the charts at number eight with their debut album London With The Lights On.
Emeli Sande reentered the top ten with her album Our Version Of Events after dropping down one place last week.
In the singles chart Robin Thicke has scored his first UK number one with the single Blurred Lines.
The collaboration with Pharrell Williams and TI has become the fastest selling single of 2013 so far, shifting over 190,000 copies in its first week of release.
Thicke has previously peaked in 2007 with Lost Without U which entered the charts at 11.
Last weeks number one, La La La by Naughty Boy and Smith moves down a place to number two, while Daft Punk slip down to number three.
Passenger falls to number four with the song Let Her Go.
Jessie J enters the top five with Wild, which features Sean Paul and Dizzee Rascal. The single is her seventh top 10 hit and is the first single to come from her upcoming second studio album.