Trisha Yearwood Debuts At #1 With Inside Out

Lonestar topples Tim McGraw from top radio spot

Trisha Yearwood's new Inside Out did this week what no other album release could do for the past six weeks — knock Tim McGraw's Set This Circus Down from the #1 spot on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart.

Circus goes to #2, the Coyote Ugly soundtrack is at #3, the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack holds at #4 and Lee Ann Womack's I Hope You Dance is #5. Meredith Edwards' Reach debuts at #24.

McGraw also loses the top ranking on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart, as Lonestar's "I'm Already There" vaults from #4 to #1. McGraw's "Grown Men Don't Cry" is at #2, Kenny Chesney's "Don't Happen Twice" is #3, Brooks & Dunn's "Ain't Nothing 'Bout You" is #4 and Sara Evans' "I Could Not Ask for More" is #5.

Chris Cagle's "Laredo" earns an Airpower nod as it climbs from #21 to #17. Mark McGuinn's "That's a Plan" debuts at #51, Brooks & Dunn's "Only in America" comes on the chart at #54 and Coley McCabe's "Who Am I to You" debuts at #59.

Cyndi Thomson's "What I Really Meant to Say" and LeAnn Rimes' "But I Do Love You/Can't Fight the Moonlight" remain #1 and #2 on the Country Singles Sales chart.