Scooter took Madonna's glory
German techno group Scooter was taken from Madonna's first place in the British hit parade albums, reports BBC News."Jumping All Over the World", the first album of Scooter since 2002, was at the top of the hit parade immediately after the sale. Over the past five years, this German band, popular in the 1990-ies, released in the UK just two singles, neither of which did not rise above 40 th place in the charts.Album Madonna "Hard Candy" - the leader of last week - moved into second place. The third line is the debut album of the singer Duffy's "Rockferry". Fourth place went to the album Sam Sparro, and closes the five of leaders of "Third" group Portishead, held last week, the second line of the hit parade.In the British hit parade singles Madonna still manages to retain the top spot. Its a joint with Justin Timberlake work "4 Minutes" tops the singles chart for the fourth week in a row. "Wearing My Rolex" by Wiley, the "Black and Gold" Sam Sparro has also reserved places in the top three. Source: Scooter stole Madonna's glory.