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One Direction score first UK No.1 album with 'Take Me Home'

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One Direction have landed their first UK number one album with Take Me Home.

The boyband land straight at the top spot with their second LP, following 2011's Up All Night, which peaked at two.

One Direction Cosmopolitan

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Rod Stewart settles for second place with his festive compilation Merry Christmas, Baby, while The Rolling Stones enter at three with their new collection GRRR!.

André Rieu & Johann Strauss Orchestra slip two places to four with Magic of the Movies. Robbie Williams drops four spots to five with last week's char- topper Take the Crown.

Alfie Boe scores a top ten placing with Storyteller at six. Lana Del Rey's repackaged Paradise version of Born to Die climbs back up a massive 30 places to eight.

Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Mick Jagger arrive to attend the gala screening of 'Crossfire Hurricane' at Odeon Leicester Square as part of the  56th BFI London Film Festival

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Green Day's second of their three-album project ¡Dos! lands at ten, eight places lower than September's ¡Uno!.

Elsewhere, Soundgarden's first new album since 1996 King Animal enters at 21. Christina Aguilera has a new entry at 28 with Lotus.

Deftones enter at 30 with their latest LP Koi No Yokan. The festive Light Up the World from Steps is new at 32.

The Weeknd sneak in at 37 with The Weeknd Trilogy, followed closely behind by Foster & Allen's Ultimate Collection.

Watch the video for One Direction's 'Live While We're Young' below:



Source: Official Charts Company

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