Florence '+' The Machine are at Number One for the third week in a row with 'Spectrum (Say My Name)', thanks in part to obscure record spinner Calvin Harris.

Maroon 5 are still at Number 2 with popular ode to derelict piss boxes 'Payphone', while StooShe's 'Black Heart' moves up two places to Number 3. Teen lothario Conor Maynard is a new entry at Number 4 with 'Vegas Girl' and Flo Rida's ditty about starting relay races 'Whistle' moves up one to 5.

Meanwhile on the albums chart, 'cinema auteur' Plan B's soundtrack to his film Ill Manors enters at the 'top spot', with some sort of 'punk' band called The Gaslight Album at Number 2, Maroon 5's 'Overexposed' at 3 and Jennifer Lopez's iconic Greatest Hits col­lec­tion 'Dance Again — The Hits' debuting at a respect­able Number 4.

Other points of interest include Joss Stone's 'The Soul Sessions Vol 2' entering at Number 6 and the new Now com­pil­a­tion 'Now That’s What I Call Music! 82' selling an exciting 267,000 units to become the highest selling album of the year behind its pre­de­cessor (aptly named ''Now That’s What I Call Music! 81') and everyone's favourite authentic chanteuse, Lana Del Rey.