Nobody is above the Fray
EmptyThe Boss has been replaced. The Fray notches its first No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with its self-titled sophomore set, usurping the throne from Bruce Springsteen. The Denver quartet moved 179,000 units during its first week, blowing past the best sales week for its 2006 debut, "How to Save a Life."
Country singer Dierks Bentley scores his chart best with "Feel That Fire," his third consecutive top 10 disc.
"Kidz Bop 15" marks the ninth consecutive top-tier bow for the franchise, not counting holiday and compilation sets.
The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus bows at No. 14, its best chart showing. (partialdiff)