Dance outfit LMC Vs U2 managed to stay for a second week at number one in the UK charts with their mix Take Me To The Clouds Above, after ending pop idol winner Michelle McManus’ three week hold on the top spot.
The 23-year-old Glaswegian singer has now dropped to number four after her single All This Time made her the first Scottish female to make her debut at the top of the charts.
After performing well in the clubs over Christmas, LMC Vs U2’s song went straight into the charts at number one, only a week after its release on January 26.
The dance mix combines elements of Whitney Houston and U2 and features the vocals of Rachel MacFarlane.
Teenage boyband Blazin' Squad also managed to go straight into the top ten with their new entry – Here 4 One reaching number six.
Kelis’ Milkshake remains at number two and Outkast’s Hey Ya climbed one spot to number three.
In the album charts there was no sign of Sex Pistols' album Never Mind The Bollocks in the top 40, despite all the publicity surrounding John Lydon's departure from the I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here show.
Katie Melua, the 19-year-old singer-songwriter kept her spot at the top of the album charts for another week with her album Call Off The Search, a mixture of blues and jazz.
She was followed by three new entries at number two, three and four.
The Best of Leann Rimes was at two followed by Final Straw by Snow Patrol and Start Something by the Lostprophets.
Talkie Walkie by Air took a plunge from number two to number eight and Elephunk by Black Eyed Peas fell from number three to 10.