T.i. Leaves Paper Trail At Number One
Rapper T.I. has scored a second week at the top of the U.S. album charts with his PAPER TRAIL, fending off a Metallica revival.
The heavy rockers' Death Magnetic climbs back up the charts from five to two, while Rise Against's Appeal to Reason debuts at number three and Jennifer Hudson's self-titled debut drops from two to four.
Oasis have scored their first top 10 album for 11 years, as Dig Out Your Soul debuts at five with 53,000 sales.
Elsewhere on the new chart, Bob Dylan scores his 17th top 10 album with The Bootleg Series Vol. 8 - Tell Tale Signs: Rare and Unreleased, 1989-2006, which debuts at six.
And Kid Rock celebrates his second year on the chart - his Rock N Roll Jesus album stays put at seven for a third week in its 53rd week on release.