Justin Bieber returns to No. 1

Right after a slight hiccup last week, Justin Bieber found himself at the major in the charts after again.
The teen popster’s “My World two.0″ recaptured the No. 1 album place with sales of 7,800, sending Slash’s self-titled effort (6,300) down to No. a couple of, according to Nielsen SoundScan figures.
Bieber’s “World” has now sold 62,000 given that its release four weeks ago.
Lady Antebellum’s “Need You Now” (5,400) with guide from their five wins at Sunday night’s Academy of Country Music Awards, came up one spot to No. 3, whilst the biggest debut on the week went to MGMT’s “Congratulations,” which landed at No. 4.
Gilles Vigneault’s “Retrouvailles” premiered at No. 5, while Lady Gaga’s “The Fame” plus the Black Eyed Peas’ “E.N.D. (Energy Never Dies)” both slipped one notch to No. 6 and No. 7, respectively.
Rounding out the leading ten was Madonna’s “Sticky & Sweet Tour” at No. 8, Jeff Beck’s “Emotion & Commotion” at No. 9, and Ke$ha’s “Animal” at No. 10.
In the U.S., Bieber remained in first, followed by MGMT in second, Lady Antebellum in third, Usher’s Raymond v Raymond in fourth, and Coheed and Cambria’s “Year with the Black Rainbow in fifth.

Right after a slight hiccup last week, Justin Bieber found himself at the major in the charts after again.
The teen popster’s “My World two.0″ recaptured the No. 1 album place with sales of 7,800, sending Slash’s self-titled effort (6,300) down to No. a couple of, according to Nielsen SoundScan figures.
Bieber’s “World” has now sold 62,000 given that its release four weeks ago.
Lady Antebellum’s “Need You Now” (5,400) with guide from their five wins at Sunday night’s Academy of Country Music Awards, came up one spot to No. 3, whilst the biggest debut on the week went to MGMT’s “Congratulations,” which landed at No. 4.
Gilles Vigneault’s “Retrouvailles” premiered at No. 5, while Lady Gaga’s “The Fame” plus the Black Eyed Peas’ “E.N.D. (Energy Never Dies)” both slipped one notch to No. 6 and No. 7, respectively.
Rounding out the leading ten was Madonna’s “Sticky & Sweet Tour” at No. 8, Jeff Beck’s “Emotion & Commotion” at No. 9, and Ke$ha’s “Animal” at No. 10.
In the U.S., Bieber remained in first, followed by MGMT in second, Lady Antebellum in third, Usher’s Raymond v Raymond in fourth, and Coheed and Cambria’s “Year with the Black Rainbow in fifth.     - Source

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