Tool's first album in five years, "10,000 Days", topped the Billboard 200 with nearly 564,000 first-week copies
Hard rock band Tool leads the Billboard 200 charts with their latest set "10,000 Days". Their first album in five years sold 564,000 copies in its first week of release, such amount enough to bring the music act to No. 1 spot on the chart. Meanwhile, Pearl Jam's self titled album debuts at No. 2, sold more than 279,000 copies.
Debut at No. 3 is Mobb Deep's "Blood Money" which has been sold 106,000 copies, ahead of Disney's "High School Musical soundtrack" at No.4 and Rascal Flatts' "Me & My Gang" at No. 5. Securing the 6th place on the Billboard 200 is "Now That's What I Call Music! 21" by various artists, and at No. 7 is Godsmack's "IV".
The other Top 10 holdovers are Jewel Kilcher's "Goodbye Alice in Wonderland" at No. 8 selling 82,000 copies, Bruce Springsteen's "We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions" at 9th, and "Greatest Hits, Vol. 1" by Phil Vassar to close the Top 10 on the chart.