LONDON, UK (AP) - Robbie Williams, currently in the midst of a sell-out UK tour, is celebrating a second week at the top of the UK singles chart with his double A-side 'Eternity'/'The Road To Mandalay'.
Eminem's pals D12 remain at Number 2 with 'Purple Pills'. The highest new entry comes from U2, with their Lara Croft-endorsed track 'Elevation' debuting at Number 3.
Wyclef Jean stays at Number 4 with 'Perfect Gentleman' and Ian Van Dahl is still at Number 5 with 'Castles In The Sky'. Sisqo gets the next highest new entry at Number 6 with 'Dance For Me'.
OPM's 'Heaven Is A Halfpipe' drops one place to Number 7 and Roger Sanchez falls five to Number 8 with 'Another Chance'. Christina Aguilera and co's version of 'Lady Marmalade' is at Number 9 and Wheatus' cover of 'A Little Respect' falls two to Number 10.
There are new entries in the Top 20 for Da Hool with 'Meet Her At The Love Parade 2001' at Number 11, Mariah Carey at Number 12 with 'Loverboy', Oxide & Neutrino at Number 16 with 'Devil's Nightmare' and Ricky Martin at Number 19 with 'Loaded'.
In the UK album charts, Destiny's Child's 'Survivor' reclaims the top spot, swapping places with Usher's '8701'. D12's 'Devil's Night' climbs one place to Number 3 as Travis' 'The Invisible Band' drops one to Number 4. The rest of the Top 10 is relatively unchanged, with no new entries and The Eagles' 'The Very Best Of' the only album to re-enter the upper echelons.
The highest new entries come from The Beta Band at Number 13 with 'Hot Shots II' and Aaliyah with her self-titled album at 25.