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Usher's New LP Overthrown by Disturbed on Billboard 200

June 12, 2008 (2:36 am) GMT
The R 'n' B singers' new record didn't last more than one week at the top spot of the U.S. albums chart as its position is being replaced by the rockers' new LP this week.
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's new LP "" fails to maintain its chart topping position on the Billboard 200 chart this week, despite its premise after a high sale on its first week. The new record's sale decreases this week making its position slipped two places to #3 on the chart.

Replacing Usher is the latest outing from hard rock band , "," which become the rockers' third LP that managed to top the albums chart. Following the rock act at #2 is the 28th edition of compilation set "Now That's What I Call Music...".

At #4 comes with their latest album "", while legendary band takes the #5 spot with their exclusive Wal-mart set "". Coming in at #6 is with her new record "".

The slip on the chart, doesn't only belong to Usher, as last week's runner-up the soundtrack of "" also drops its previous position to #7 this week. Meanwhile, debuted her new country set "" at #8 this week. Former chart topper, 's self-titled new LP slipped again this week from #3 to #9 and the last spot on the top 10, is grabbed by with his "".

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