Two in a row for 3 Doors Down


3 Doors Down scores its second consecutive No. 1 on the Billboard 200 this week, and it wasn't even close.

The Mississippi quintet, which exploded in 2000 with the long-legged hit "Kryptonite," outsold its closest rival by more than 50%.

Bun B gathers a long list of his famous friends for his second solo set, "II Trill," which bows at No. 2. The album celebrates the life of his UGK partner Pimp C, who died in December.

"Dancing With the Stars" dancer-turned-country singer Julianne Hough arrives in third with her self-titled debut.

Elsewhere, Mariah Carey and Madonna probably are grimacing a bit as rookie Brit singer Leona Lewis outsells them for a second consecutive week. (partialdiff)