Dame Vera Lynn's greatest hits collection has beaten The Beatles' back catalogue to the top of the charts.
The Beatles have been beaten to the top of the UK album chart by wartime star Dame Vera Lynn.
We'll Meet Again - the 92-year-old's greatest hits collection - has taken the top spot and made Dame Vera the oldest living artist to have a number one record.
"I am extremely surprised and delighted, and a big 'thank you' to all my fans for putting me there," the singer commented.
The Beatles also failed to secure a place in the top four of the UK album chart, after being pipped to the post by Jamie T, David Guetta and Arctic Monkeys.
However, the icons' Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band came in fifth, Abbey Road took sixth, Revolver holds ninth place and Rubber Souls sits in tenth.
Last week, The Cribs bassist and singer Gary Jarman told NME.com that it is "bonkers" the band was outselling The Beatles.
His band's album, Ignore The Ignorant, went on to take the eighth place in the charts.
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