Wingspan To Debut At #2 As Destiny's Child Remain Atop Chart

Wings collection marks Paul McCartney's fastest-selling post-Beatles release.

Destiny's Child once again topped sales at the nation's record stores last week. But a chart topper of another era, Paul McCartney, was hot on their heels with a collection of hits from his post-Beatles band, Wings.

Wingspan: Hits & History will debut at #2 on next week's Billboard 200 albums chart; with 220,507 copies flying out of stores last week, it is McCartney's fastest-selling post-Beatles album, according to his label, Capitol Records. The album follows "Wingspan," an ABC television special aired last week that focused on McCartney's life with his late wife, Linda McCartney.

Destiny's Child moved 358,979 copies of Survivor, according to SoundScan figures released Wednesday (May 16) — the album sold more than 600,000 copies last week, debuting at #1 (see "Destiny's Child Knock Janet From Top Of Charts").

The week's next-highest debut, after McCartney's collection, will be the soundtrack to the upcoming movie "Moulin Rouge," which will land at #5, driven by the hit cover of "Lady Marmalade," by Christina Aguilera, Pink, Mya and Lil' Kim.

The rest of the top ten will be: Janet Jackson's All For You at #3, Now That's What I Call Music — Vol. 6 at #4, Tim McGraw's Set This Circus Down at #6, Tupac Shakur's Until the End of Time at #7, Shaggy's Hotshot at #8, Stevie Nicks' Trouble in Shangri-La at #9 and Uncle Kracker's Double Wide at #10.

Black Crowes' Lions will debut at #20 and newcomers Sum41, who have a hit with their Beastie Boys-meet-Blink-182 single "Fat Lip," will debut at #23 with their first album, All Killer No Filler.

The Sopranos: Peppers & Eggs soundtrack, with music by the Police, Bob Dylan, the Kinks and Cake, will debut at #38, while young country singer Billy Gilman's Dare to Dream will hit #45 its first week.

Other debuts will include Black Star DJ/producer Hi-Tek's Hi-Teknology at #66, Blues Traveler's Bridge at #91 and the "Knight's Tale" soundtrack — which includes a version of "We Are the Champions" by Queen and Robbie Williams — at #100.