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Top 10 albums of the week
2011-09-30
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Top 10 albums of the week

1. Tony Bennett, Duets II, 179,000. This new entry is the first #1 album of Bennett's career. It's his fourth top five album. Two songs from the album are listed on Hot Digital Songs. "The Lady Is A Tramp" (with Lady Gaga) debuts at #102. "Body And Soul" (with Amy Winehouse) drops from #57 to #139.

2. Lady Antebellum, Own The Night, 125,000. The former #1 album dips to #2 in its second week. It's #1 on Top Country Albums for the second week. Two songs from the album are listed on Hot Digital Songs. "Just A Kiss" rebounds from #27 to #12. "We Owned The Night" jumps from #79 to #62.

3. Adele, 21, 117,000. The former #1 album dips from #2 to #3 in its 31st week. It has been in the top five the entire time. Five songs from the album are listed on Hot Digital Songs, topped by "Someone Like You," which holds at #2.

4. Demi Lovato, Unbroken, 96,000. This new entry is Lovato's third album. All three have made the top five. The album sold 53,000 digital copies, which puts it at #1 on Top Digital Albums. Seven songs from the album are listed on Hot Digital Songs, topped by "Skyscraper," which rebounds from #42 to #31.

5. Lil Wayne, Tha Carter IV, 84,000. The former #1 album drops from #3 to #5 in its fourth week. Seven songs from the album are listed on Hot Digital Songs, topped by "How To Love," which drops from #13 to #18.

6. NeedToBreathe, The Reckoning, 49,000. This new entry is the Christian rock group's first top 10 album. The Outsiders hit #20 in 2009. The group is opening for Taylor Swift on her current tour. "The Reckoning" enters Hot Digital Songs at #98.

7. Mindless Behavior, #1 Girl, 36,000. This new entry is the R&B teen quartet's debut album. "Mrs. Right" jumps from #154 to #125 on Hot Digital Songs.


8. Gavin DeGraw, Sweeter, 34,000. This new entry is DeGraw's second top 10 album. Gavin DeGraw hit #7 in 2008. "Not Over You" jumps from #52 to #39 on Hot Digital Songs.

9. Jay-Z/Kanye West, Watch The Throne, 31,000. The former #1 album holds at #9 in its seventh week. It has been in the top 10 the entire time. Two songs from the album are listed on Hot Digital Songs. "Otis" (featuring Otis Redding) drops from #33 to #49. "Ni**as In Paris" jumps from #54 to #50.

10. Pearl Jam, Pearl Jam Twenty, soundtrack, 27,000. This new entry is the band's 10th top 10 album. It's the week's #1 soundtrack. This marks the first time since April that the week's top soundtrack has been from a theatrical movie rather than a TV show.
 





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