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Pop Chart Musical Chairs

January 26, 2006 (6:51 am) GMT
Jamie Foxx's "Unpredictable" climbing back to No. 1, trading places with Mary J. Blige's latest effort "The Breakthrough"

's "Unpredictable" climbing back to No. 1 position on the US album charts Wednesday Jan 25th, sold another 97,000 copies, a mere 2,000 copies above 's latest effort "The Breakthrough" which falls to No. 2 with 95,000 CDs sold.

's hits compilation "Curtain Call" ups one place to No. 3 with 74,000 units. 's "Some Hearts" downs one to No. 4 with 73,000 units. At No. 5 is 's "The Legend of Johnny Cash" which rebounds five places from last week's position.

Canadian rock band 's "All the Right Reasons" is at No. 6, followed then by 's self-titled at No. 7 and 's "Duets: The Final Chapter" at No. 8. 's "Back to Bedlam," moves up four places to No. 9, selling 41,000 copies after 16 weeks of U.S. release, and 's "The Emancipation of Mimi" falls four places to No. 10 with 40,000 copies in its 41st week.

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