Incubus lit up the charts with their sixth studio album, "Light Grenades," exploding at number one on sales of more than 164,000 for the week ended Sunday Dec 3rd.
The US album chart sees the rising of a new champ as last week's chart-topper, Jay-Z's "Kingdom Come," slips five spots to No. 6, selling another 140,000 copies in the week ended Sunday Dec 4th. Winning the top spot of the week is rock group Incubus whose sixth studio album "Light Grenades" rocketing into the No. 1 spot of the Billboard 200, sold 165,000 copies.
Elsewhere on the chart is former chart-topping soundtrack to the Disney Channel's "Hannah Montana" which bounces five places to No. 2 with 157,000 units. DAUGHTRY's "Daughtry", in the meantime, slips one to No. 3 with 156,000 in its second week, just one place ahead of hits compilation "NOW 23" which is at No. 4 with 154,000. Also slip one to No. 5 is The Beatles' "Love" with 146,000.
The other chart holdovers are Sarah McLachlan's holiday album, "Wintersong" at the 7th spot, followed after by Akon's "Konvicted" at the 8th spot with sales of 110,000 units. The chart's next best bows are Josh Groban's "Awake" at No. 9 and the "NOW That's What I Call Christmas 3" compilation which jumps 14 places to No. 10 with 102,000.