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Adele dominates Irish chart once again!

She's at No. 1 and 2, while there are new entries from Kate Bush, Danger Mouse, Friendly Fires and Mona

The Hot Press Newsdesk, 20 May 2011

Adele once again reigns supreme at the top of the Irish charts this week having scored a one-two knockout punch.

It's a great week for the Londoner as 21 retains its place at the very top of the Irish chart while debut album 19 sits behind in second place in its fifty-fourth week in the chart.

Kate Bush takes the highest new entry spot at No. 4 with Director's Cut, her first album in six years. Elsewhere, Danger Mouse's Rome enters the chart at No. 22 while Pala; the sophomore effort from UK dance outfit Friendly Fires, registers 7 places below at No.29.

Slane-bound Mona round off the rest of the new entires at No. 44 with their self-titled debut album.

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