Arcade Fire Steal Top Spot On U.s. Albums Chart
ARCADE FIRE have taken over the U.S. albums chart - THE SUBURBS has replaced AVENGED SEVENFOLD's NIGHTMARE to debut at number one.
The Canadian rockers bump Avenged Sevenfold's latest release to number three, while rapper Eminem sits tight in second place with Recovery.
Rap veteran Bun B scores a new entry at four with Trill O.G., while Rick Ross' Teflon Don slips two spots to five on the Billboard 200.
Elsewhere in the top 20, Lady Gaga lands another hit disc with The Remix making its debut at six, while Buckcherry's All Night Long opens at 10 and The Black Crowes' Croweology enters the chart at 13.