Santana Stays On Top As The Cure Hits Chart

While it remains to be seen how Santana will fare at Wednesday night's Grammy Awards, the legendary band got some good sales news going into the ceremony.

According to sales figures released by SoundScan on Wednesday, the band's "Supernatural" will remain at number one on the "Billboard" album chart next week after selling an additional 219,000 copies. The latest figures also see "Supernatural" pass the six million sales mark, as the album has now sold 6,117,000 copies after 36 weeks in stores.

With little in the way of high charting new releases, the top of the chart remains largely unchanged as Dr. Dre, Celine Dion, Eiffel 65, Christina Aguilera, D'Angelo, Kid Rock, DMX, and Sisqo all remain in the top ten. Next week will see the Backstreet Boys return to the top ten as Ghostface Killah, who debuted at number seven last week, slips to 18 next week.

The week's highest debut belongs to venerable '80s mopesters The Cure, who see their "Bloodflowers" debut at

16 after selling close to 71,000 copies. Other notable debuts come courtesy of Trick Daddy's "Book Of Thugs: Chapter AK Verse 47" at 26, Tracy Chapman's "Telling Stories" at 33, Amel Larrieux's "Infinite Possibilities" at 79, The Who's "BBC Sessions" at 101, Sonique's "Hear My Cry" at 120, Youngstown's "Let's Roll" at 162, Steps' "Step One" at 171, and the soundtrack to "Snow Day" at 185.