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|2010-09-08 - Music News|
Anthony Jones - AHN Entertainment Reporter
Disturbed Earn Fourth #1 Album On Billboard With "Asylum"
Los Angeles, CA, United States (AHN) -- Disturbed joins the ranks of Metallica and Dave Matthews Band this week when their new album, "Asylum," earns them their fourth consecutive #1 album on the Billboard albums chart. Disturbed, Metallica, and Dave Matthews Band are the only rock bands to have achieved that feat. "Asylum," their fifth studio album, arrives in the top spot this week, selling 179,000 copies. It follows 2008's "Indestructible," 2005's "Ten Thousand Fists" and 2002's "Believe," which all entered at #1.
"Now 35," the latest compilation of Top 40 hits, enters the chart at #2 this week, selling 105,000 copies. "Now 35" features singles from Black Eyed Peas, Lady Gaga, and Jason Derulo, among others. Eminem is down to #3 this week with "Recovery," moving 93,000 copies.
Last week's #1, Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream," is down to #4 this week. The album sells 88,000 copies in its second week. The title track is set to be this week's #1 song on the Hot 100. Also in its second week, Fantasia's "Back To Me," which drops three spots to #5 this week, selling 40,000.
R&B singer Lyfe Jennings debuts at #6 with his latest album, "I Still Believe." His first album since 2008's "Lyfe Change," "I Still Believe" moves 36,000 copies its first week. At #7 a debut from the Goo Goo Dolls, with their first album since 2006's "Let Love In." "Something For the Rest of Us" sells 34,000 copies its first week.
Justin Bieber is down a spot this week with his "My World 2.0" album, selling 31,000 copies. At #9 this week are the Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato among others with the "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam" soundtrack. The soundtrack to the Disney Channel original movie rebounds back into the top 10 this week thanks to the film's premiere on the network. It sells 28,000 copies.
Closing out the top 10 is a debut from rockers Heart. Heart debuts at #10 with "Red Velvet Car," earning the band their first top 10 album in 20 years. "Red Velvet Car," their first top 10 since 1990's "Brigade," sells 27,000 copies its first week.
Billboard Top 200 Albums Week Ending September 18th, 2010:
1. Asylum, Disturbed
2. Now 35, Various Artists
3. Recovery, Eminem
4. Teenage Dream, Katy Perry
5. Back to Me, Fantasia
6. I Still Believe, Lyfe Jennings
7. Something For the Rest of Us, Goo Goo Dolls
8. My World 2.0, Justin Bieber
9. Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam, Soundtrack
10. Red Velvet Car, Heart
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