January 25, 2007 04:47:44 GMT
DAUGHTRY's debut RCA album, an eponymous one, took the top spot on the U.S. pop album charts Wednesday January 24th selling another 65,000 copies.
In another dire week at music retail, DAUGHTRY, the band formed by "American Idol" contestant Chris Daughtry, successfully took the top spot of the Billboard 200 with their eponymous album sold another 65,000 copies in the United States in the week ended January 21st. This is the first time ever that the set hits the No. 1 spot in its ninth week on chart before previously debuted at No. 2 in November and not been lower than No. 11 since.
Coming next is Sony's "Dreamgirls" soundtrack, which secured the No. 2 spot, sold 130 copies less than that of DAUGHTRY's. Disney's "Jump In!" soundtrack followed close at No. 3 sold 57,000 copies, just one place ahead of Corinne Bailey Rae's self-titled Capitol debut at No. 4 on sales boost to 55,000. Akon's "Konvicted" slid 2-5 with sales declined to 52,000.
Meanwhile, Justin Timberlake's "FutureSex/LoveSounds" slipped three to No. 6 with 42,000 copies, while the hits compilation "NOW 23" remained at No. 7 with 36,000. Rounding out the Top 10 were Nickelback's "All the Right Reasons" rose two to No. 8 with 35,000, Carrie Underwood's "Some Hearts" bounced six places to No. 9 with 33,000, and Beyonce Knowles' "B'Day" fell four to No. 10 with 33,000.