Cake - Small Slice Of Cake Is Enough To Top The U.s. Charts With Record Low

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Cult rockers Cake have made history at the top of the U.S. album chart by scoring the lowest sales week to get to number one.
Just a week after Taylor Swift scored a new low with Speak Now, the group's new release Showroom of Compassion has cracked the top spot on the Billboard 200 with just 44,000 sales.
It's the band's first chart-topper.
Cage the Elephant's Thank You Happy Birthday debuts at two with 39,000 sales, while Swift's Speak Now drops to three with 35,000 sales.
Meanwhile, there's something to celebrate on the Digital Songs chart - Britney Spears scores the biggest debut for a female artist with Hold It Against Me. Her new song has sold 411,000 downloads in its first week on release.
Spears will officially be crowned the queen of the Billboard Hot 100 countdown on Thursday (20Jan11).


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