The Disney Channel's "Hannah Montana" soundtrack, which features music from the show's star Miley Cyrus, remains firmly at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 Chart for the second week in a row, selling 203,000 copies in the United States in the week ended Wednesday Nov 8th, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Veteran pop vocalist Barry Manilow's "The Greatest Songs of the Sixties" follows at 2nd spot with 202,000 copies. Though fails to score his second No. 1 of the year, the singer is still the only artist this year to have two albums in the top two chart positions with his previous effort "The Greatest Songs of the Fifties" took the top spot in February with 156,000 copies.
Birdman's "Like Father, Like Son" is at No. 3 with the set taking in another 176,000 copies. Meanwhile, John Legend's "Once Again" slips to No. 4 with 115,000 copies, ahead of Justin Timberlake's "FutureSex/LoveSounds" at 5th spot with 86,000. My Chemical Romance's "The Black Parade" falls four slots to No. 6 with sales decline to 86,000 units.
The Who's latest LP "Endless Wire," the band's first studio album in 24 years, debuts at No. 7 sold 81,000 copies. Veteran rocker Meat Loaf rocks the chart with their "Bat Out of Hell III: The Monster Is Loose" securing the 8th position, followed after by Kellie Pickler's "Small Town Girl" at number 9, and Deftones' "Saturday Night Wrist" at the 10th spot.