Rock band Disturbed managed to land their fourth no. 1 debut this week, beating out all previous and new releases to take the top spot.
Their new album is followed by the Now 35 compilation, which starts at no. 2 with 105,000.
Then, it’s Eminem’s Recovery holding steady at no. 3 with 93,000 (down 6%), as his total creeps on the 2.5 million mark.
Last week’s no. 1 album, Katy Perry’s Teenage Dream, slips to no. 4 this week with 88,000.
Fantasia’s Back To Me dropped three slots to no. 5 in its second week on the Billboard 200, with 40,000.
As for new releases, Lyfe Jennings’ I Still Believe enters at no. 6 with 36,000. The R&B singer’s last effort, 2008’s Lyfe Change, debuted and peaked at no. 4 with 80,000 in its first week.
Outside the top 10, Usher’s Versus album lands at no. 13 with 22,000 sold, and Drake’s Thank Me Later closes out the top 20 at no. 16 with 20,000.
That wraps things up this week. To cop any of these new releases, head over to Amazon.com.
According to Billboard.com, overall album sales in this past chart week (ending Sept. 5) totaled 5.22 million units, up 2% compared to the sum last week (5.13 million) and down 17% compared to the comparable sales week of 2009 (6.30 million).