Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds have their third straight U.K. No. 1 album, as Who Built The Moon? (Sour Mash) goes straight to the top with 78,000 combined units, according to the Official Charts Company. Camila Cabello's “Havana” (Epic/Syco/Sony), featuring Young Thug, enters a fifth week atop the singles chart.
Gallagher's band previously reached the summit with their self-titled 2011 debut and the 2015 follow-up Chasing Yesterday. Including his time with Oasis, it's Gallagher's 11th U.K. chart-topping album, but the opening numbers for the new release are below those of former Oasis bandmate and brother Liam's As You Were, which had first-week combined units of 103,000 in October.
Sam Smith's former No. 1 The Thrill Of It All (Capitol/Universal) holds at No. 2 again, while Capitol labelmates Little Mix race 46-3 with the former No. 1 Glory Days, after the release of its Platinum Edition. Ed Sheeran improves 6-4 with ÷ (Asylum/Warner). Michael Ball and Alfie Boe's Together Again (Decca/Universal) is down 3-5.