March 30, 2006 05:58:50 GMT
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Prince is back to the album chart with his new set "3121" rolled up sales of 183,000 copies for the week ended Sunday
The Prince is back. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer has again topped the Billboard 200 long after his 1989's Batman soundtrack, 1985's "Around the World in a Day" and his 1984 mega-smash, "Purple Rain". The singer has in the week ended Sunday had his new set "3121" sold for 183,000 copies, such amount enough to bring him on top of the chart.
Meanwhile, last week's chart-topper, Disney's "High School Musical" soundtrack slips one to No.2, ahead of James Blunt's "Back to Bedlam" at No. 3 and Barry Manilow's "The Greatest Songs of the Fifties" at No. 4. Ne-Yo's "In My Own Words" sadly drops one place from last week position to No. 5, followed after by B.G. whose "The Heart of tha Streetz, Vol. 2: I Am What I Am" selling 62,000 copies to secure the 6th position on the chart.
Seize the 7th position is Ben Harper's "Both Sides of the Gun" with Teddy Geiger's "Underage Thinking" at No. 8. Rounding out the Top 10 is Alan Jackson's "Precious Memories" at No. 9 and Johnny Cash's "The Legend of Johnny Cash" at No. 10.