Rap sensation The Game is back on top of the US album charts after he was knocked off the number one spot last week (02FEB04) by country star KENNY CHESNEY.

The Game's hit album THE DOCUMENTARY sold 190,000 units in its third week on release to claim the top spot on the Billboard chart.

Meanwhile, Tina Turner's return to the charts has been an impressive one - her new ALL THE BEST hits compilation debuts at number two with 121,000 sales. That marks the rocker's highest ever chart debut.

Punk trio Green Day's acclaimed AMERICAN IDIOT album enjoyed a boost in sales last week and rises from four to three on the new chart, while last week's number one album, Chesney's BE AS YOU ARE: SONGS FROM AN OLD BLUE CHAIR, drops to number four on the new chart.

The new entries in the top 10 are Motley Crue's comeback album Red, WHITE + CRUE and the GRAMMY NOMINEES 2005 compilation.

09/02/2005 21:36