Ashlee Simpson and Rod Stewart led the U.S. pop charts on Wednesday
Her effort to being honest to everyone scored her another new record on the charts. Teen pop singer Ashlee Simpson successfully tops the U.S. pop charts on Wednesday with her new album "I Am Me" sold 220,000 copies in the week ended October 23. To follow her at No. 2 on the chart is Rod Stewart's "Thanks for the Memories," with sales of 193,000 copies.
Opens at No. 3 is Martina McBride's "Timeless" which sold for 185,000 copies, ahead of Canadian rock band Nickelback's "All the Right Reasons" at No. 4 with 132,000 copies in its third week and Stevie Wonder's "A Time To Love" at No. 5 with 121,000 copies. To start at No. 6 is Houston rapper Bun B's solo effort "Trill" with 118,000 copies. In the meantime, Depeche Mode's first new studio album in four years, "Playing the Angel" secures the 7th position, followed behind by Black Eyed Peas' "Monkey Business" which drops four places to No. 8 with 94,000 copies. Last week's champ, Alicia Keys drops drastically to No. 9 with her "Unplugged" set sold for 83,000 copies in its second week. Finishing this weekend's Top 10 is Kanye West's "Late Registration" which falls five places to No. 10 with 78,000 copies.