Hard-Fi have returned at the top tonight (Sept 9) as 'Once Upon A Time in the West' went straight in at number 1 on the UK album chart.

The band held off the challenge from the beaten Mercury Music Prize nominated Amy Winehouse. The winner of that award Klaxons are not in the top forty at all.

Plain White T's are new at 3 with 'Every Second Counts' and Athlete return with 'Beyond The Neighbourhood' debuting at 5.

Lower down Pink Floyd 'The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn' is in at 22 and Jamie Scott & The Town enter at 24 with 'Park Bench Theories'

Plain Wight T's monster hit 'Hey There Delilah' fails to get to number 1 in the singles chart, held off the top by Sean Kingston.

Scouting For Girls have their first top ten success with 'She's So Lovely' at 9, meanwhile Reverend and the Makers follow up to 'Heavyweight Champion' 'He Said He Loved Me' is now inside the top 20 at 17.

Editors 'An End Has A Start' is new at 27, and the re-issue of Peter Bjorn and John 'Young Folk' debuts at 38.

Finally following the death of Luciano Pavarotti, the song he's best known for 'Nessun Dorma', made famous during the World Cup in 1990, is new at 24 thanks to download sales.