There's a fourth No. 1 U.K. album in the new Official Charts Company data for Green Day, as Father Of All… (Reprise/Warner) enters at the top.
Father Of All…, which is also Green Day's ninth top ten album in the U.K., scores 23,000 combined units, also topping the vinyl chart with 3,800 sales. It extends the band's span of chart-toppers to 16 years to the month, since American Idiot led the way in 2004. 21st Century Breakdown (2009) and Radio Revolution (2016) also hit the top.
Lewis Capaldi's Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent (EMI/Universal) and Eminem's Music To Be Murdered By (Interscope/Universal) are unmoved in positions 3 and 4.
J Hus' Big Conspiracy (Black Butter) moves back 5-4 after topping the chart two weeks ago, while Ed Sheeran's No. 6 Collaborations Project (Asylum/Warner) rebounds 8-5.
British alternative pop duo Oh Wonder debut at No. 8 with No One Else Can Wear Your Crown (Island/Universal). It's the follow-up to 2017's Ultralife, which also opened at No. 8.
Harry Styles is back up 10-9 with Fine Line (Columbia/Sony) as last week's No. 1, Blossoms' Foolish Loving Spaces (Virgin EMI/Universal) falls to No. 11.
Now That's What I Call Music 104 (Sony CG/Virgin EMI/Universal), which spent its first eight weeks atop the compilations chart and then five at No. 2, moves back into pole position.
Meanwhile, The Weeknd's “Blinding Lights” (XO/Republic/ Universal) starts a second week at the singles summit.
The Weeknd wins the singles chart race by almost 11,000 combined units over Roddy Ricch's “The Box” (Atlantic/Warner), which holds at No. 2 in a completely unchanged top five.
Capaldi's “Before You Go,” Dua Lipa's “Don't Start Now” (Warner Records) and Eminem's “Godzilla,” featuring Juice Wrld, again occupy Nos. 3-5.
Finally, “Life Is Good” (Cash Money/Republic/RCA/Sony) by Future featuring Drake moves back 8-6, as “Roses” (B1/Ministry of Sound) by U.S. rapper-producer Saint Jhn climbs 21-8.