Limp Bizkit Holds On As Weird Al Gets A Chart Goose

In what looks to be a relatively quiet week, who's making the most noise on next week's "Billboard" album chart?

Would you believe Weird Al Yankovic. According to sales figures released by SoundScan on Wednesday, the king of song send-ups sees his latest effort, "Running With Scissors," jump almost 20 slots from 35 to 16 as his second week sales leap to 72,000 copies after selling 42,000 in its first week.

The clown prince of the charts is one of the few things going in a week with little changes in store. Once again, Limp Bizkit will hold on to the top spot on the charts as "Significant Other" sold another 263,000 copies to remain at number one.

Again the Backstreet Boys assume the runner-up slot, selling another 260,000 copies of "Millennium" to stay at number two. Ricky Martin also maintains his spot at number three, selling an additional 218,000 copies of his self-titled album.

The highest debut of the week belongs to Fiend, whose "Street Life" lands at number

15 after its first week in stores. Other notable debuts include Jimi Hendrix's "Live at Woodstock" at 90, Ratt's self-titled album at 169, and Great White's "Can't Get There From Here" at 192.