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Top 10 Albums on the U.S. Albums Chart

March 2, 2006 (3:23 am) GMT
After seven weeks on the chart, the soundtrack to Disney Channel's "High School Musical" jumped five places to No. 1 on the U.S. albums chart

There's a drastic change on the US album chart. Last week's frontrunner 's "Ghetto Classics" tumbles to No. 10 with 59,000 copies in its second round. Meanwhile, the No. 1 position is secured by "High School Musical" by various artists, which jumps five places from previous week position selling 101,000 copies.

Debut at No. 2 is another kid-friendly title, "Kidz Bop 9," with 98,000 copies. To bow at No. 3 is 's "Sing-A-Longs and Lullabies for the Film " which is sold for another 89,000 copies. Another former chart-topper, 's "The Breakthrough" holds firm at No. 4 with 76,000 units, followed behind by 's "Back to Bedlam" which climbs three places to No. 5 with 72,000 copies.

's "The Greatest Songs of the Fifties" falls three places to No. 6 with 66,000 units, ahead of 's "Amore" at No. 7 with 65,000 copies and 's "Curtain Call: The Hits" at No. 8 with 63,000 copies. In the meantime, 's "Some Hearts" falls two places to No. 9 with 61,000.

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