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Sade Continue Ruling Hot 200 for Third Consecutive Week

March 4, 2010 (3:31 am) GMT
This week's highest debut on the U.S. albums chart is Johnny Cash's posthumous album 'American VI: Ain't No Grave' which enters at No. 3.

After ruling Billboard Hot 200 for two straight weeks, extend their reign for another week on the top spot of the chart. Like what happened last week, there is no heavy contender which is able to dethrone this group from the No. 1 position this week.

Their album "" actually can only manage to pull in another 127,000 copies, but it's enough to block the other records from the hot spot. remain the runner up, shifting 118,000 units with "".

While last week's Top 10 saw no new release, this week is a bit different as a posthumous album "" from bows at No. 3. Filled with covers of tunes by , and Tom Paxton, the disc has sold around 54,000.

With the arrival of the posthumous record, the other albums from , and are forced to fall one slot each from their previous positions. 's debut album also drops one spot, being pushed back by 's "" which returns to the Top 10 at No. 7.

Another effort making its comeback to the list is 's "My World" by rounding up the Top 10 behind 's "Fearless".

Top 10 of Billboard Hot 200:

  1. "" -
  2. "" -
  3. "" -
  4. "" -
  5. "" -
  6. "Rebirth" -
  7. "" -
  8. "I Dreamed a Dream" -
  9. "Fearless" -
  10. "My World" -


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