50 Cent debuts at No1 on the Albums Chart with 'The Massacre', improving on the No4 peak of his previous album 'Get Rich Or Die Tryin'.
The Killers 'Hot Fuss' drops from No1 to No3, while the rest of this week's Top 5 is heavily influenced by Mothers' Day: Il Divo are up to No2 from No7, Phil Collins 'Love Songs' leaps from No19 to No4 and Michael Buble 'Its Time' climbs from No17 to No5. The Kaiser Chiefs have the next highest new entry at No7 with their debut album 'Employment'. Nelly and Tim McGraw hold at No1 on the Singles Chart for a third week with 'Over and Over', chased again by Jennifer Lopez who has a third week at No2 with 'Get Right'. McFly have this week's highest new entry at No3 with double A-side 'All About You/You've Got A Friend' - their best Irish chart position to date, beating '5 Colours In Her Hair' which peaked at No7 in April 2004. Sunset Strippers 'Falling Stars' at No6 and Stereophonics 'Dakota' at No8 complete the trio of new entries in this week's Top 10.