Dance dominates charts with Harris and Guetta at the peak

Michael Jackson has topped the album chart eight times in a row since his death - for one week with Number Ones, followed by a seven week stay for The Essential - but the latter album dips to number six (17,199 sales) this week, to be replaced in pole position by Calvin Harris' second album, Ready For The Weekend.

Capitalising on the success of the singles Dance Wiv Me (with Dizzee Rascal & Chrome) and I'm Not Alone - both ...

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