Williams tops albums chart, while Cee-Lo remains top of singles

Already the biggest selling albums artist of the 21st century - with sales of 13,339,555 up to last week, 24.19% more than runners-up Westlife's 10,741,065 - Robbie Williams moves even further ahead, after landing his ninth number one solo album with In And Out Of Consciousness: Greatest Hits 1990-2010 making an emphatic debut at the top, on first week sales of 121,688 copies.

Williams' first number one since Rudebox (2006), it outsold its nearest challenger by a margin in excess ...

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