The seven-track Diamond Jubilee LP claimed its second week at the summit, beating away competition from Ed Sheeran and Paloma Faith, who are at two and three respectively.
Bee Gees climb up to four this week with the Number Ones collection, while Coldplay's current tour sees them rise six places to complete this week's top five with Mylo Xyloto.
Adele's mammoth seller 21 finally leaves the Top 10 this week for the first time since its January 2011 release.
The fifth best-selling album of all time in the UK drops two places to 12 in its 72nd week in the chart.
In a week full of new reissues and 'Greatest Hits' compilations, Paul Simon's 25th anniversary of his classic Graceland album re-enters the chart at ten, while Kylie Minogue's latest Best Of collection is a entry at 11.
Dexys's new album One Day I'm Going to Soar enters at 13, while the brand new album from The Beach Boys - That's Why God Made the Radio - gets a new entry at 15.
Neil Young & Crazy Horse's Americana lands at 16, with the Kaiser Chiefs' Souvenir compilation entering at 19.
Alexandra Burke's second studio LP Heartbreak on Hold scores only a number 18 placing.
Jessie J's appearance at the Diamond Jubilee concert sees Who You Are climbing back up 13 places to seven, while Aflie Boe has a re-entry at 26 with Bring Him Home.
Scissor Sisters fall a massive 21 places to 25 with Magic Hour, while Bob Marley and the Wailers compilation Legend re-enters at 28.
Bob Seger's Ultimate Hits - Rock and Roll Never Forgets is a new entry at 30, while Black Sabbath land at 36 with Iron Man - The Best Of.
Ladyhawke's latest album Anxiety sneaks in at 36, with David Bowie's re-issue of The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust climbing to 40.
Source: Official Charts Company
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