The Cribs entered the top 40 with reissues of their first three albums, while Beyoncé earned her fourth week at number one with "RENAISSANCE.
The Official Charts Company reports that Beyoncé's album "RENAISSANCE," which debuted at number one for the first time in six years, sold three times as many copies as its closest rival.
Her first album, "Dangerously in Love" (2003), "4" (2011), and "Lemonade" (2016) are among Bey's other number-one releases. Beyoncé, a member of Destiny's Child, also has the number-one song "Survivor" from 2001 to her credit.
The UK Official Singles Chart's highest-charting solo hit for Beyoncé in 14 years.
The reissues of The Cribs' first three full-length albums all reached the top 40 in other charts. With their third studio album, "Men's Needs, Women's Needs, Whatever," the group, which consists of the Jarman brothers Gary, Ryan, and Ross, matched their 2007 Number 13 peak.
The indie-rock group's 2005 release "The New Fellas" peaked at number 20 on the Official Albums Chart, while their self-titled 2001 debut "The Cribs" debuted at number 23. The group also dominated this week’s Official Vinyl Albums Chart, with ‘Men’s Needs, Women’s Needs, Whatever’, ‘The New Fellas’ and ‘The Cribs’ charting at Numbers two, three, and four respectively.