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Weekend U.S. Pop Album Charts of October 8, 2006

October 12, 2006 (4:21 am) GMT
Evanescence marked its first No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with the new album "The Open Door."

It's no longer on the top spot of the US pop album charts. , in fact, is the one leads the pack in busy album release week, jumps straight in at number one in the Billboard 200 with their new album "" sold 447,000 copies during the week ended October 8th.

Aside from the attainment, "The Open Door" also is claimed as the 700th No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 since the magazine started its weekly chart 50 years ago. The set, what's more, also marks the rock band's first No. 1 on the Billboard 200. ' second album "" comes next at No. 2, sold 315,000 copies.

In the meantime, scores his 30th chart entry with "," which debuts at No. 3 with 232,000. 's "" slips one place to No. 4, taking in another 128,000 copies. Former chart-topper 's "" is No. 5 for a second week with 116,000 copies.

Last week's champ, Ludacris' "" falls to No. 6 with 113,000, ahead of 's new album "" at No. 7 with 99,000 copies and 's fourth album, "" bows at No. 8 with 93,000. 's "" tumbles seven places to No. 9 with 77,000 copies in its second week, while Oklahoma hard rock band 's "" holds at No. 10 with 76,000.

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