The Red Hot Chili Peppers' double CD "Live In Hyde Park,' released internationally as a memento of the band's London shows in June, raced straight to No. 1 on the British album chart yesterday (Aug. 1

The Red Hot Chili Peppers' double CD "Live In Hyde Park,' released internationally as a memento of the band's London shows in June, raced straight to No. 1 on the British album chart yesterday (Aug. 1). On the singles chart, the title song from the film "Thunderbirds" gave Universal boy band Busted its fourth U.K. No. 1. The double-sided single also features "3 AM."

Busted has previously topped the U.K. chart with "You Said No" in May 2003, "Crashed the Wedding" last November and "Who's David" in February. Last week's chart-topper, the Streets' "Dry Your Eyes" (Locked On/679), fell to No. 2. D-12's "How Come' (Interscope) arrived at No. 4.

The only other new entry in the top 20 was "Bye Bye Boy" (Sky-rocket) by British singer Jennifer Ellison at No. 13. Ellison reached No. 6 in August 2003 with "Baby I Don't Care."

Elsewhere on the album chart, "Anastacia" (Epic) rebounded 12-7 in its 18th chart week, while English pop vocalist Rachel Stevens' "Funky Dory" (Polydor), repackaged to include her current chart single "Some Girls," re-entered at No. 13.

Anastacia's album continues to lead the European Top 100 Albums chart, while O-Zone's "Dragostea Din Tei" (Media Services/Time/Vale) holds at No. 1 for a seventh week on the Eurochart Hot 100 Singles roundup.