Both 21 and 19 retain their spots at number one and two respectively, while the repackaged version of Take That's hugely popular Progress album takes the collection back up the chart 15 places to number three.
Lady GaGa's Born This Way slips two to number four, ahead of her appearance on a special edition of the Paul O'Grady Show tonight.
Irish girl group Wonderland, created by Louis Walsh and Westlife's Kian Egan, land at six with their self-titled debut collection, just ahead of Paul Simon's So Beautiful or So What LP. Bob Marley & The Wailers climb a huge 72 places to number nine with Legend.
Also enjoying climbs this week are Katy Perry's Teenage Dream at number 31, Take That's Never Forget: The Ultimate Collection at 36 and James Vincent McMorrow's Early In The Morning at 40.
Notable new entries include Bad Meets Evil at number 15 with Hell: The Sequel and Neil Young & The International Harvesters at 24 with A Treasure.
This week's Top 10 albums in full:
1. (1) Adele: '21'
2. (2) Adele: '19'
3. (18) Take That: 'Progress'/'Progressed'
4. (2) Lady GaGa: 'Born This Way'
5. (6) Thin Lizzy: 'Waiting For An Alibi: The Collection'
6. (*) Wonderland: 'Wonderland'
7. (*) Paul Simon: 'So Beautiful Or So What'
8. (5) Arctic Monkey: 'Suck It And See'
9. (81) Bob Marley & The Wailers: 'Legend'
10. (5) Rory Gallagher: 'Notes from San Francisco'
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