The Scissor Sisters knocked Justin Timberlake off the top of the singles chart a fortnight ago, and complete the double this week by replacing him at the album apex, writes Alan Jones.
Their second album Ta-Dah had a superb first week in the shops, selling 288,167 copies - that is the second highest weekly sale so far in 2006, being beaten only by The Arctic Monkeys' Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not, which raced to an opening ...
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