“Somebody That I Used to Know” becomes year’s longest-running #1, while Phillip Phillips makes an impressive bow.
“Born and Raised” marks the singer-songwriter’s third #1 album, while Kris Allen and Jessica Sanchez debut well below.
“Trespassing” makes Lambert the first openly gay artist to have a #1 album debut.
The excellent “Trespassing” is set to make history with its #1 this week, though with some mildly underwhelming sales numbers.
Train, still chuggin’ along after 14 years. (Trains chug, right?)
Also, the Silversun Pickups. Go Silversun Pickups!
“Blown Away” handily defeats the competition, “Licensed to Ill” re-enters the charts after Adam Yauch’s death.
“Somebody That I Used to Know” reigns supreme, but “Call Me Maybe” is creepin’ on a come-up.
Better luck next time, Jason Mraz.
“Somebody That I Used to Know” reaches the summit of the Hot 100 behind one of the best digital sales weeks in chart history.
“Tuskegee” rides a well-timed TV special to a projected #1 spot on next week’s charts.