Brandon Flowers wrote that "You Can't Deny My Love," and it seems as though you can't deny him a No. 1 album, either. The Killers frontman's latest solo album The Desired Effect has arrive at the top of the album chart in the United Kingdom, besting album releases from Faith No More, Mariah Carey and Paul Weller

The Desired Effect unseated Mumford & Sons' new record Wilder Mind from the No. 1 spot, The Official Charts Company reports giving Flowers his sixth consecutive chart topper overseas, with each album from the Killers and his 2012 debut solo album Flamingo each also reaching the top spot in the U.K.

The Desired Effect debuted above the former The Jam singer's Paul Weller latest solo album Saturns Pattern, which started its U.K. chart run at No. 2. And, as Flowers and Weller arrived on store shelves, Mumford & Sons' two week No. 1 album Wilder Mind slipped down to No. 3.

Though the top three albums in the U.K. are relatively new fare, Nos. 4 and 5 are held by old favorites, with Taylor Swift's 1989 barely edging out Sam Smith's In The Lonely Hour for position.

Other new entries in the top 10 include Faith No More's first album in 18 years Sol Invictus, which debuted at No. 6. Mariah Carey also had her first top 10 album in seven years in the U.K. Her new best-of set #1 to Infinity, led by the single "Infinity arrived at No. 8.

Other albums filling out the top 10 overseas include Hozier's self-titled LP at No. 7, Ed Sheeran's x at No. 9 and The Ultimate Collection by Paul Simon at No. 10.