The Billboard 200 Album Chart in the United States in the Week Ended January 14th
The girls rule the week as not only the movie, "Dreamgirls" won triple at the Golden Globes, but also the soundtrack to the hit movie topped the Billboard 200 album chart in the United States in the week ended January 14th. This is the second week in a row that the LP tops the album charts, taking in another 66,000 copies.
On the 2nd spot is Akon's "Konvicted" which remains on that position for a third week with 55,000. Next is Justin Timberlake's "FutureSex/LoveSounds" at the 3rd spot with 51,000 copies, ahead of DAUGHTRY's eponymous album at No. 4 with 50,000 copies. Bow at No. 5 on the chart is the soundtrack to the Disney Channel movie "Jump In!", which taking in 49,000 units.
The chart's next best bows are Beyonce Knowles' "B'Day" at No. 6, selling 41,000 copies; the hits compilation "NOW 23" at No. 7, sold 38,000 copies more; The Beatles' "Love" at the 8th spot, with 37,000 copies sold; Young Jeezy's "The Inspiration" at No. 9 with another 36,000 copies, and Nickelback's "All the Right Reasons" at No. 10 sold another 35,000 copies.
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