NEW YORK – Psycho-thriller Eminem is still ruling the charts, for the fifth week in a row.
The Eminem Show sold another 380,800 copies, making it No.1 on the Top 200 Album Sales, according to retail tracker SoundScan.
"It's impressive it's selling as much as it is," says Billboard charts guru Geoff Mayfield. The disc has sold 3.3 million copies.
But look for hip-hopper Nelly to finally unseat Eminem with his Nellyville, which Hits magazine predicts will sell 600,000 when it debuts next week.
In distant second place, Papa Roach's lovehatetragedy sold a mere 135,780 copies its first week out.
Wyclef Jean's Masquerade (No. 6) and Our Lady Peace's Gravity (No. 9) were the only other new albums in the top 10.