EMBRACE have been knocked off the top spot in the album charts.
The band - which features Brighouse brothers Danny and Richard McNamara - lost the number one position to Green Day, with their album, American Idiot, new in the charts.
But Embrace's album, Out of Nothing, is still selling well enough to get into this week's chart at number two.
The band are shortly to begin a tour.
Maroon 5 are at three in the charts.
Nineties singer Bryan Adams is still rocking, with his new album, Room Service, coming into the charts at number four.
Natasha Bedingfield's Unwritten has fallen two places to number five.
Meanwhile Paul Weller's Studio 150 went down five places to number seven.