It marks the fourth week in a row an album with DualDisc technology has debuted at the top of the charts.
DualDisc CDs are double-sided — one side has audio, while the other side has video content, usually videos and the like. The previous DualDisc champs were Rob Thomas, Bruce Springsteen and Nine Inch Nails.
"Stand Up" marked the Dave Matthews Band's first album in three years, and was one of the best debuts of the year.
Coming in second was Weezer, with "Make Believe," also the band's first release in three years. It sold an estimated 193,000 copies for the week ending Sunday, according to industry figures released Wednesday.
Mariah Carey's "The Emancipation of Mimi" falls to No. 3, with 173,000 copies sold, while 50 Cent remained steady at No. 4 with 90,000 copies sold of "The Massacre." Last week's No. 1, Nine Inch Nails, fell to No. 5, with 89,000 copies sold of "With Teeth."
Country singer Dierks Bentley debuted at No. 6 with 75,000 copies of "Modern Day Drifter."