Bob Dylan made a return to the top of the album chart with "Together Through Life" and set a new world record. This latest release, has reached the number one spot 38 years and five months after his last chart-topper, New Morning, in 1970.
At the grand age of 67, the infamous American singer-songwriter now holds the record for the longest gap between solo number one albums.
Apparently it was Tom Jones who held the previous record for the longest gap between number one albums. His 1999 Reload album went to number one more than 31 years after Delilah way back in 1968.