Chesney scored his fourth straight number-one debut with "The Road and the Radio" sold more than 469,000 copies for the week ended Sunday
Surprise, surprise. It's Kenny Chesney again. The country star gloriously tops The Billboard 200 with his latest set, "The Road and the Radio," sold more than 469,000 copies for the week ended Sunday November 13th. This is the second time in 2005 that Chesney tops the chart, while also becoming his fourth straight number-one debut.
Opens at No. 2 on the chart is the soundtrack for rapper 50 Cent's new movie, entitled "Get Rich or Die Tryin"' sold nearly 317,000 copies. Comes behind at No. 3 is "Now That's What I Call Music! 20" by various artists with sales of 221,000. In the meantime, Neil Diamond's "12 Songs" debuts at No. 4 with sales of 93,000 copies, ahead of Nickelback's "All the Right Reasons" at 5th with 92,000 copies.
Black Eyed Peas' "Monkey Business" comes behind at 6th with 84,000 copies, followed after by Floetry's "Flo'Ology" sold 77,000 copies to bow at 7th, and Santana's "All That I Am" which downs six places to No. 8 with 73,000 copies. Elsewhere, Destiny's Child's "#1's" drops four places to No. 9 with 56,000 copies, after which comes Kelly Clarkson's "Breakaway" to bow at No. 10 with 53,000 copies.