Elvis Knocks Disturbed Out of No 1
The King of Rock n Roll has ended Disturbed’s
ride at the top of the Billboard charts, giving them something to really
be disturbed about (sorry I couldn't resist). “Elvis 30 #1 Hits” logged
a half a million units sold it’s first week in stores and this is also
the very first time Elvis has had an album debut at No. 1. Elvis
also captured the top spot in 16 countries including Spain, Belgium, Argentina,
New Zealand, Ireland, Denmark, Sweden, Chile, Switzerland, Austria and
the United Arab Emirates. Guess he still is the King!
Disturbed dropped down to No. 4 with second
week sales of 117,000 units with their sophomore effort "Believe".
The Dixie Chicks remains at No. 2 with Avril Lavigne's "Let Go" coming
in at No. 3 and Nelly rounding out the Top 5 with “Nellyville”.
India.Arie's sophomore effort, "Voyage
to India.", debuts at No. 6 other Top 10 debuts this week include Beck’s
“Sea Change” at No. 8, Peter Gabriel's "Up" at No. 9 and Nas' "The Lost
Tapes," debuted at No. 10.