The Weeknd has claimed his second UK number one album with After Hours, which has debuted at the top spot with more than double the sales of its closest rival.
Lewis Capaldi's Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent stayed put at number two, according to data from the Official Charts Company, while Morrissey's latest release I Am Not A Dog On A Chain opened at three.
Country music legend Kenny Rogers charts at six with All the Hits & All New Love Songs - first released in 1999 - after his death at the age of 81 last week.
In the singles chart, Saint Jhn spends a second week at the top with 'Roses' after making 60,000 chart sales, including 7.4 million streams.
The Weeknd stays at two with 'Blinding Lights', while Dua Lipa is up two to five with 'Physical'.