Pink claims second week as Number 1 album with Hurts 2B Human

Plus, new entries including Vampire Weekend, Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes, Wildhearts, and Lucy Spraggan.

It's a good week to be Pink, as she stays at the top of the Official Albums Chart with Hurts 2B Human for a second week.

Hurts 2B Human, Pink's eighth studio album, is her third chart-topper and her first Number 1 album to spend more than one week at the top.

Vampire Weekend score not only this week's highest new entry but a personal best! Fourth studio album Father of the Bride goes in at Number 2, their highest charting album in the UK, and their third Top 3. 

There's a new personal best for Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes too, new at 4 with End of Suffering, their first Top 5, while Ariana Grande's Thank U Next returns to the Top 10, boosted by its vinyl release last week, rising four to 10.

Newcastle rockers Wildhearts land a third UK Top 40 album with Renaissance Men, in at 11; Lucy Spraggan scores a fifth with Today Was a Good Day, new at 12; Swedish metal band Amon Amarth start at 25 with Berserker; and singer-songwriter Ten Tonnes' self-titled debut is a new entry at 31.

Four albums make a comeback to the Top 40 this week: Eminem's Curtain Call (34); Olly Murs' You Know I Know (36); Oasis' career retrospective Time Flies (38); and Fleetwood Mac's 1977 classic Rumours (40).

View this week's Official Albums Chart Top 100 in full