The 'Love Love' boyband's collection soared ten places to pole position following the release of eight-track EP Progressed this week, knocking previous champions Arctic Monkeys down to four with Suck It And See.
The original album spent six consecutive week at number one last year to become 2010's biggest seller. Progress has sold 2.8 million copies since its release in November.
Outside the top five, folk rock legend Paul Simon scores the highest new entry of the week and his 14th solo top 40 album with So Beautiful Or So What at six.
Meanwhile, Eminem and Royce Da 5'9" double act Bad Meets Evil land one spot behind with their sophomore LP Hell - The Sequel. The pair formed back in 1997 before the 'Real Slim Shady' rapper achieved global success with his solo career.
At the back end of the Top 10 come two rising favourites in the shape of Caro Emerald's Deleted Scenes From The Cutting Room Floor, up to eight from 17, and Electric Light Orchestra, who speed 13 places from last week's 23 with greatest hits record All Over The World.
Further down the double digits, 11-year-old America's Got Talent star Jackie Evancho plummets ten spots to 14 with Dream With Me, just ahead of late jazz singer Frankie Laine's Hits collection, a new arrival at 16.
Finally, Cee Lo Green and Lady GaGa manage to scrape back into the upper half of the chart with their critically-acclaimed and mega-selling albums The Lady Killer and The Fame, which rise seven and five entries respectively to 19 and 20.
The Top 10 in full:
1. (11) Take That: 'Progress'
2. (2) Adele: '21'
3. (3) Lady GaGa: 'Born This Way'
4. (1) Arctic Monkeys: 'Suck It And See'
5. (5) Adele: '19'
6. (-) Paul Simon: 'So Beautiful Or So What'
7. (-) Bad Meets Evil: 'Hell -The Sequel'
8. (17) Caro Emerald: 'Deleted Scenes From The Cutting Room Floor'
9. (7) Seasick Steve: 'You Can't Teach An Old Dog New Tricks'
10. (23) Electric Light Orchestra: 'All Over The World - The Very Best Of'
Source: Official Charts Company
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