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Adele knocks One Direction off this week's top spot on the Singles Chart with 'Hello', the first release from her upcoming album - debuting at No1.

This week marks Adele's third time at Number One in these charts - 'Someone Like You' made the summit in 2011 and 'Skyfall' debuted at the top in 2012. With only one other new entry into this week's Top 50 singles, Justin Bieber misses out on another No1 spot with his new single 'Sorry' - entering the charts at No2, pushing his previous single 'What Do You Mean?' and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' recent hit 'Downtown' down to No3 and No4 respectively. At No5 we find One Direction who have dropped from last week's pole position with their latest single 'Perfect'. Other notable, yet less successful new entries to this week's full chart include Hometown's 'The Night We Met' at No59 and KDA's 'Turn the Music Louder' at No60.

With a deluge of new releases into this week's Top 20 albums, 5 Seconds of Summer leap to the No1 position thanks to their second studio album 'Sounds Good Feels Good' - a repeat performance of their first eponymously named album which went to No1 last year. Ed Sheeran manages to grab the No2 spot on his way down with 'X' whilst Andrea Bocelli's latest release, 'Cinema' secures No3. Following on down the charts - American actress, harpist and singer Joanna Newsom's latest album 'Divers' gives her her highest position yet in these chart, debuting at No8. Daniel O'Donnell enters at No11 with 'The Hank Williams Songbook', with Josh Ritter's 'Sermon on the Rocks' entering at No13. There are two more new entries into this week's Top 20 albums - Carrie Underwood's fifth studio album 'Storyteller' at No18 and Bryan Adams' thirteenth studio album 'Get Up' at No20.

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