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The Emancipation of A Diva

June 9, 2005 (2:26 am) GMT
Carey's "Emancipation" returned to the top of the Billboard 200 album chart, moving 172,000 copies last week

Has been back with her new album, proves her emancipation. After being debuted at number one in April, the singer's "Emancipation" again returns to the top of the Billboard 200 album chart, moving 172,000 copies last week. This achievement obviously strengthen the power of Carey, whose "Emancipation has been no lower than number three on the charts since its release.

On the 2nd of the Top 10 list is 's "Mezmerize," which soon followed by 's "Out of Exile" at 3rd and 's "Honkytonk University" at 4th. "Love, Angel, Music, Baby" by seats at 5th, while Common's "Be" at 6th. The 7th to 10th in sequence is; "Stand Up" by , 's "The Massacre," 's "Breakaway," and "Il Divo" by .

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