The rock band's new album managed to top the U.S. music chart this week making it their second top-charting album until this year.
Success comes again for rockers 3 Doors Down as their new self-titled album debuted at #1 on this week's Billboard Hot 200 chart. It's for the second time that the band managed to put their set crowning the U.S. music chart in its first week release, after the same thing happened with their latest 2005 LP "Seventeen Days."
3 Doors' LP is not the only new release that managed to enter the top ten list on the Billboard chart this week as it is also followed by two other new comers that amazingly debuted right behind the band's new record. Those other two new set are Bun B's "II Trill" that enters at #2 and country singer Julianne Hough's self-titled set which debuted at #3 this week.
Following the three new comers, is Frank Sinatra's collection record "Nothing But the Best" that drops from its previous #2 to #4. Behind Frank's album, falling significantly to #5 is last week's chart topper, Death Cab For Cutie's "Narrow Stairs".
Leona Lewis' "Spirit" also looses its previous position at #5 to #6 this week, while Mariah Carey's "E=MC²" slips one spot to #7 from last week #6 spot. The #8 position is taken by Welsh singer Duffy with her "Rockferry" which suffers 4 step falls from its previous 4th spot. Two last positions on the top ten charts are acquired by veteran singers, at #9 is Madonna with her "Hard Candy" followed by Neil Diamond's "Home Before Dark" at the final top ten seat.