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Zac Brown Band Earn First #1 On Billboard Albums Chart With “You Get What You Give”

Zac Brown Band Earn First #1 On Billboard Albums Chart With "You Get What You Give".

Zac Brown Band Earn First #1 On Billboard Albums Chart With "You Get What You Give".

Zac Brown Band Earn First #1 On Billboard Albums Chart With “You Get What You Give”. The Zac Brown Band earns their first #1 album this week on the Billboard 200 Albums chart with the release of their latest album, “You Get What You Give.” “You Get What You Give,” their first album since 2008’s “The Foundation,” sold 153,000 copies its first week. The album, which features collaborations with Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett, is their second to crack the top 10 on the albums chart. Following in second with their latest debut is Maroon 5 with “Hands All Over,” the band’s third studio album. Selling 142,000 copies in their first week, the album features first single “Misery.” It’s the group’s third top 10 album and their first album since 2007’s “It Won’t Be Soon Before Long,” which sold a much heftier 429,000 copies its first week. Last week’s #1, Linkin Park’s “A Thousand Suns,” is down to #3 this week, with 70,000 copies sold. Selena Gomez & The Scene debut with their second top 10 album, “A Year Without Rain.” The album debuts at #4 selling 66,000 copies in its first week, propelled by the hit title track and first single “Round & Round.” Santana debuts at #5 with “Guitar Heaven: The Greatest Guitar Classics of All Time,” his 12th top 10 album. The album features collaborations with Chris Daughtry and India.Arie, among others. The album sold 66,000 copies its first week. Down to #6 this week is Eminem with “Recovery,” selling 66,000 copies. Trey Songz drops from #2 to #7 this week with his latest album, “Passion, Pain & Pleasure.” The album also moves 66,000 copies. At #8 is a debut from John Legend & the Roots on the collaboration album, “Wake Up!” The album is Legend’s fifth top 10 album and the Roots’ sixth. The album moves 63,000 copies its first week. At #9 this week is a debut from country singer Billy Currington with “Enjoy Yourself.” Moving 45,000 copies, the album is Currington’s first top 10 on the chart. Closing out at #10 for another week is Justin Bieber with “My World 2.0.” The album, featuring hits “Baby” and the new single “U Smile,” sells another 33,000.

Billboard Top 200 Albums Week Ending October 9th, 2010:

1. You Get What You Give, Zac Brown Band

2. Hands All Over, Maroon 5

3. A Thousand Suns, Linkin Park

4. A Year Without Rain, Selena Gomez & the Scene

5. Guitar Heaven, Santana

6. Recovery, Eminem

7. Passion, Pain & Pleasure, Trey Songz

8. Wake Up!, John Legend & The Roots

9. Enjoy Yourself, Billy Currington

10. My World 2.0, Justin Bieber

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