Staind holds on to No. 1
Staind’s “Break the Cycle” is living up to its name as it spends its second week on top of the Billboard album charts, effectively breaking the cycle of pop CD’s ruling the charts.
In next week’s edition of Billboard Magazine Staind will once again hold the top spot on the album charts. They sold an additional 326,000 copies of their second major label offering, “Break the Cycle” last week according to SoundScan.
Now the question remains, will they be able to hold off new releases from Radiohead or poptart Jessica Simpson from stealing the top spot in next week’s charts?
Elsewhere on the charts: Destiney’s Child bumped Tool out of its No.2 position which landed their latest offering, Lateralus, at No. 4. Redman dropped four places to No. 8. Train's Drops of Jupiter jumped back into the Top 10 right behind Weezer’s self-titled (a.k.a. the Green Album) that landed at No. 9.