The US album charts for the week ended Sunday August 27th saw the prominence of the MTV-constructed band, Danity Kane, as the music act topped the top spot with their album "Danity Kane" sold 234,000 copies according to Nielsen SoundScan. In the meantime, OutKast's "Idlewild" opened at No. 2 with the LaFace release sold 196,000 units.
With the emerge of the new chart-toppers, reigning champ Christina Aguilera's RCA album "Back to Basics" fell to the 3rd spot with 135,000, ahead of Mexican rock group Mana's "Amar Es Combatir" at No. 4 sold 87,000 copies. With such attainment, the Mexican rock group indeed scored the highest charting and biggest debut for a Spanish-language album for a duo or group on The Billboard 200.
Following close behind at No. 5 was "The Cheetah Girls 2" soundtrack which taking in another 81,000 copies and Paris Hilton's first music album ever "Paris" which debuted at No. 6, sold 77,000 units. The other charts holdovers were "Now That's What I Call Music! Vol. 22", Lamb of God's "Sacrament", Luther Vandross' "The Ultimate Luther Vandross ", and Kelis' "Kelis Was Here", all of which secured the 7th to 10th rank in a row.