Santana was back with the superstar-rich "All That I Am," which racked up first-week sales of 142,000 copies to be the 2nd best on pop chart
The pop album chart for this week is dominated by various artists mainly for their contribution on the "Now That's What I Call Music! 20." The set is reported to sell for 378,000 copies in the week ended November 6. Right behind the chart topping is Santana's "All That I Am" which becoming the second best album of the week with sales of 142,000 copies.
At No. 3 is Nickelback's "All The Right Reasons" which sold for 101,000 copies, ahead of Black Eyed Peas' "Monkey Business" at No. 4 with 86,000 and Destiny's Child's "#1's" at 5th with 85,000. Meanwhile, Blink-182's swan song "Greatest Hits" comes at No. 6 with 72,000 copies, followed behind by Martina McBride's "Timeless" at 7th which is sold for 63,000 copies.
Entering the chart at No. 8 is Third Day's "Wherever You Are" with 63,000 copies. Coming after is Rod Stewart's "Thanks for the Memory... The Great American Songbook, Vol. 4" which falls five places to No. 9 with sales of 62,000 copies and Ashlee Simpson's "I Am Me" to close the Top 10 with sales of 54,000.