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Music Charts: Queens of the Stone Age beaten to top spot by Disclosure's 'Settle'

Disclosure have beaten Queens of the Stone Age's latest to the top of the album charts this week, with their debut album. 

The house duo entered the album charts at number 1 with 'Settle', which has been in competition with '...Like Clockwork' throughout the week, with the American rock outlet initially taking a short lead, but being overtaken towards the end. They now sit at number 2, after trailing by around 7,000 copies.

The pair have knocked Daft Punk's 'Random Access Memories' to number 3, after it held the first position for two weeks running. Rod Stewart's 'Time' and 'All The Little Lights' by Passenger complete the top 5. 

Elsewhere in the album charts, Miles Kane entered at number 8 with 'Don't Forget Who You Are', the follow-up to his 2011 debut 'Colour of the Trap'. Bastille, Rudimental, Olly Murs and Caro Emerald are all holding on to top 10 positions. 

The single charts show less change this week, with Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines', Naughty Boy's 'La La La' and Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky', which features vocals from Pharrell Williams, all holding their respective top 3 positions. 

X-Factor contestants Union J enter at number 6 with their track 'Carry You'. They were held out of the top 5 by Olly Murs with 'Dear Darlin' and Passenger's 'Let Her Go'. Fuse ODG entered just behind them at number 7 with 'Antenna'. 

Jessie J, Mackelmore and Rudimental make up the rest of the top 10 singles. You can get a full run down of all the charts, via the Official Charts Company

If you're unfamiliar with the work of chart toppers Disclosure, then their latest EP 'Control' is available to download on ShopTo now

Edited On 10 Jun, 2013

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