Buyers don't count out Lil Wayne
EmptyColdplay won the first two rounds of its heavyweight brawl with Lil Wayne but is staggered by one on the chin this week.
The New Orleans rapper's "Tha Carter III" reascends to the summit of the Billboard 200, nipping the British quartet's "Viva la Vida" by a mere 7,000 units. And the "Camp Rock" soundtrack keeps the top three the same for a third consecutive week.
G-Unit muscles its way to the week's biggest debut, landing at No. 4 with its sophomore set, "T.O.S. (Terminate on Sight)," followed by John Mayer, who returns to the top 10 with his third concert chronicle, "Where the Light Is: John Mayer Live in Los Angeles."
Kid Rock's "Rock N Roll Jesus" revisits the top tier for the first time since November. The former No. 1 disc posts its 12th consecutive sales gain, fueled by the Skynyrd-salutin' crossover hit "All Summer Long."(partialdiff)