Michael Buble is experiencing what it's like To Be Loved after scoring the fastest-selling album of the year (13) so far and debuting at the top of the U.K. charts. The Canadian crooner racked up his third consecutive U.K. number one by shifting an estimated 121,000 units in the projects first week of release, making it the fastest-selling album of his career to date too. Reunited rockers Fall Out Boy are also celebrating after landing in second place with their comeback, Save Rock and Roll, while soul sensation Emeli Sande's Our Version of Events is still riding high in third place. In the U.K. singles chart, British drum and bass band Rudimental has prevented pop superstars will.i.am and Justin Bieber from scoring another number one after storming the countdown with its new track Waiting All Night. The bass-heavy tune, featuring singer Ella Eyre, edged out the rapper's collaboration with Bieber, #ThatPower, by just 38,000 sales to claim victory, while dance duo Daft Punk made its return with the Pharrell Williams-assisted Get Lucky entering at three.