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NEVER MIND THE BOLLOCKS—IT'S THE U.K. TOP 10: Britain's Got Talent-winning, show-tune-belting quintet Collabro score a #1 U.K. album debut this week, while indie-rocking Mancunians the Courteneers and Red Bull's Scottish riffmeisters Twin Atlantic enjoy big bows. Another Britain's Got Talent discovery, Welsh crooners Richard & Adam, debut in the Top 10 with their third album, a set of cinematic songs like "Moon River," "Goldfinger" and "Can You Feel the Love Tonight?"

  1. Collabro, Stars (SYCO)
  2. Ed Sheeran, X (Asylum)
  3. Courteeners, Concrete Love (Cooperative Music)
  4. Sam Smith, In The Lonely Hour (Capitol)
  5. George Ezra, Wanted On Voyage (Columbia)
  6. Twin Atlantic, Great Divide (Red Bull)
  7. Dolly Parton, Blue Smoke: The Best of (Masterworks)
  8. Paolo Nutini, Caustic Love (Atlantic)
  9. Paloma Faith, A Perfect Contradiction (RCA)
  10. Richard & Adam, At the Movies

On the singles side, Parlophone's David Guetta f/Sam Martin bows at #1 with "Lovers on the Sun," Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off" (EMI) kicks in at #4, Epic's X Factor-surviving boy band Union J arrives at #9 with "Tonight (We Live Forever)" and Positiva's Berlin-based house DJ Wankelmut (with help from Emma Louise) shoots #190-5 with "My Head Is a Jungle." (8/25a)

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