Rock supergroup The Traveling Wilburys
have returned to the U.K. album charts after a 17-year absence. The group, which comprised of Bob Dylan
, Jeff Lynne
, Tom Petty
and the late Roy Orbison
and George Harrison
, has gone straight to number one in the albums charts with their greatest hits disc, entitled "Collection."
The Traveling Wilburys beat competition by other new entries from Bon Jovi
, whose albums Lost Highway
and "The Police" entered at two and three respectively.
Sunday's charts were dominated by veteran rockers, with new albums by Paul McCartney
(Memory Almost Full
) and The Who
(Then And Now) reaching 10 and nine.
Meanwhile, R&B star Rihanna's
"Umbrella" remained at the top of the U.K. singles chart for a fifth week, despite competition from Kelly Clarkson's
new single "Never Again."
(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)