Paolo Nutini will definitely be able to buy some "New Shoes" with the royalties from his recent UK album sales. For the second week in a row, the Scottish singer-songwriter's new album Caustic Love topped the British album charts.

According to The Official Charts Company, Nutini continues his fastest-selling English album of 2013 streak this week, topping the charts once again for a total of 162,000 copies in 14 days. This puts Nutini, best known in the United States for his 2006 debut album These Streets, ahead of other famous European acts, including George Michael and Kylie Minogue.

Nutini's Caustic Love leads a week of British album sales largely consisting of old favorites. John Legend's Love In The Future, which originally dropped in August 2013, climbed to a new high overseas with a No. 2 peak, swapping places with The Vamps. The pop rock band fell to No. 3 with its debut album Meet The Vamps, leading Paloma Faith's top 10 mainstay A Perfect Contradiction.

Rapper Iggy Azalea, who dropped "Problem" with Ariana Grande last night, starts her UK album journey at No. 5 with The New Classic, which finally dropped after numerous delays on April 21. She is one of two debuts in the UK top 10. Eels' latest album The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver debuted at No. 7.

Kaiser Chiefs' former two-week No. 1 album Education, Education, Education & War comes between the debuts, landing at No. 6 this week.

Elbow (The Take Off and Landing Of Everything), Pharrell Williams (G I R L) and George Michael (Symphonica) round out the top 10 at Nos. 8 through 10.