The Dixie Chicks' "Taking the Long Way" debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 with an impressive 526,000 copies sold for the week ended May 28th, 2006.
Making a comeback to music industry isn't an easy thing to do for Dixie Chicks. Though they can make it as proven through their latest set, "Taking the Long Way," which takes the No. 1 spot on the album chart for the week ended Sunday May 28th, 2006. With 526,000 units sold in its first week of release, the album has become an obvious evidence that Dixie Chicks really deserves two thumbs up.
Debut at 2nd position on the Billboard 200 is "High School Musical" soundtrack on over 174,000 copies sold, and "American Idol Season Five Encores" is at 3rd selling 153,000 copies. Angels & Airwaves' "We Don't Need To Whisper" followed at No.4 selling 127,000, while Red Hot Chili Peppers drops four spots to No. 5 with "Stadium Arcadium" sold for another 113,000 copies.
Rascal Flatts' "Me and My Gang" holds strong at No.6 selling an additional 21,000 copies, ahead of Don Omar's "King of Kings" at No. 7 with 68,000 copies and "WWE: Wreckless Intent" at No. 8 on 66,000 copies. Rounding out the Top 10 on the album chart is Tool's "10,000 Days" finishes at No. 9 on 65,000 copies sold, and Carrie Underwood's "Some Hearts" which comes back to the Top 10 at 10 on nearly 65,000 copies.