Less than one week after it was recorded in just one day, the Help album entered the British charts at #1. The album, which features recordings by Blur, the Stone Roses, the KLF (as the K Foundation), Neneh Cherry, the Chemical Brothers, Suede, Portishead, Massive Attack, a collaborative effort by Paul Weller, Oasis' Noel Gallagher and Paul McCartney and many more, was released this past Saturday (Sept. 9). It sold an unprecedented 71,000 copies in one day. (In America, sales of 71,000 copies over the course of a one week period would have put the album in the Top 10.) The album has set a record as the fastest-selling album of all time. It's already raised the $1.5 million target for the British charity War Child, the organization that is providing relief for the young victims of the war in Bosnia. Help is the biggest pop charity effort since Bob Geldof's ``Live Aid'' concert for African famine relief in 1985. It will be released in the U.S. on October 17th; it will also be out in Japan next month.