Green Day have officially scored their third Official Albums Chart Number 1 with latest album 'Revolution Radio'; the 12th studio album the group have released.
Speaking to OfficialCharts.com, the group said: "The UK has always been a huge part of our story and to have a chart-topping album at this stage of our career is especially gratifying."
The chart-topping record follows in the footsteps of 2004 LP 'American Idiot' and 2009 release '21st Century Breakdown'.
Barry Gibb meanwhile slots into the album charts at number two with second studio collection 'In the Now', followed by Alter Bridge at three, Kaiser Chiefs' at four and Craig David at five.
Over on the Official Singles Chart, James Arthur remains top of the board with comeback single 'Say You Won't Let Go' for a third week running.
He sold almost 50,000 downloads and racked up an incredible 5.61 million streams in the past seven days, meaning the single has this week scored its highest combined sales rate so far in its fifth week of release.
The Chainsmokers are back at two with 'Closer' featuring Halsey, with The Weeknd at three, whilst 'Side to Side' by Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj rises to four and Sia goes up to position five.
All information gained from the Official Charts Company - www.officialcharts.com