It sold an estimated 272,000 copies to debut at the No. 1 spot for the week ending Sunday, according to sales figures released on Wednesday. Former No. 1 Mariah Carey has gotten plenty comfortable at the No. 2 spot, where she's been lodged for a few weeks, selling 197,000 copies of "The Emancipation of Mimi."
Rob Thomas' "Something to Be" came in at No. 3, with 125,000 copies sold. 50 Cent inched back into the top five, selling 104,000 copies of "The Massacre" — the year's top selling album, "The Massacre" has sold 3.4 million copies since its February release.
Meanwhile, Bruce Springsteen, whose "Devils & Dust" debuted at No. 1 last week, tumbled to No. 5, selling 102,000 copies, less than half of what it sold the first week of release.
Other impressive debuts this week include the "Star Wars Episode III" soundtrack by John Williams, which sold 96,000 copies to debut at No. 6, and Fall Out Boy, whose "From Under The Cork" sold 68,000 copies.
Less than impressive was Limp Bizkit; the former multiplatinum act sold just 37,000 copies of "Unquestionable Truth (Part I)" for the No. 24 spot.