Radiohead have gone straight in at the Number 1 spot with their ninth studio album A Moon Shaped Pool.
Scoring over 50,000 combined chart sales, the album is their sixth chart-topper, following OK Computer, Kid A, Amnesiac, Hail to the Thief and In Rainbows. View their complete UK chart history here.
The band's feat is all the more impressive considering the album came out on Sunday, missing out on 48 hours of the weekly sales window.
Skepta scores his first Top 10 album, with Konnichiwa going straight in at Number 2 and Beyoncé's Lemonade is at 3.
Last week's Number 1 Drake falls three places to Number 4 with Views and Gregory Porter scores his Official Albums Chart personal best with Take Me to the Alley at 5.
New entries and high climbers
French composer Jean Michel Jarre is this week's fourth highest new entry. He scores his seventh Top 10 album with Electronica 2: The Heart of Noise at 8. Adele's 25 slips out of the Top 10 for the first time after 24 weeks in the top flight (12).
James Blake's surprise release The Colour in Anything is new at 13 while Black Veil Brides lead singer Andy Biersack lands at 16 with The Shadow Side, his first solo project under the moniker Andy Black.
Prince's 39th and final studio album HITnRUN Phase Two debuts at 21. The album was released digitally back in December but was made available in physical formats last Friday.
Academy Award nominee Anohni scores a Top 30 placing with her debut Hopelessness and Kaytranada's 99.9% is new at 31.
Elle King's Love Stuff shoots back into the Top 40, rocketing 73 places to 33, and Gregory Porter’s Liquid Spirit also zooms back up 35 places to return to the Top 40 at 35, plus Prince’s 1999 bounces back too – leaping 82 places to Number 36.
Take a look back at every Official Albums Chart Number 1 in our gallery: