The album sold 47,376 units in the week ending Saturday December 31, according to Official Charts Company data - with lifetime sales of 791,491.
Bruno Mars' Doo-Wops And Hooligans leaps from No.11 into second spot, now boasting lifetime sales of 1,221,199 following a weekly figure of 44,061.
Coldplay's Mylo Xyloto climbs one place in No.3 - with fewer than 2,000 weekly sales less than Mars' LP. The band's Paradise track tops tonight's Official Singles Chart.
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