Rascal Flatts' "Me and My Gang" sold nearly 345,000 copies in the week ended April 16, to lead the U.S. pop album charts for a second week
Having their album "Me and My Gang" sold nearly 345,000 copies in the week ended April 16, country trio Rascal Flatts hold strong their No. 1 position on the Billboard 200, to be on top of the pop album chart for a second week Wednesday April 19th, 2006. After such tough challenge, Keith Urban's "White Trash With Money" finally only secures the 2nd place on the chart with about 330,000 units.
At No. 3 is "Now That's What I Call Music! 21" by various artists which is sold 293,000 copies, followed by the "High School Musical" soundtrack which holds at No. 4 for a second week with 256,000. Rapper T.I.'s "King", in the meantime, slips two to No. 5 with 136,000, ahead of LL Cool J's "Todd Smith" at No. 6, sold 116,000 copies and Tim McGraw's "Greatest Hits Vol. 2 -- Reflected" at No. 7.
The rest of the Top 10 include Pink's "I'm Not Dead" which slips two places from last week position to be at No. 8 with 90,000. Daniel Powter's self titled album, sold 89,000 copies, secures the 9th rank on the chart, and James Blunt's "Back to Bedlam" is at No. 10 with 83,000 copies.