Taylor Swift, Coldplay, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss See Post-Grammy Billboard Boost

New albums from Lily Allen, India.Arie debut in the top five.

After taking a couple of weeks off, [artist id="2389485"]Taylor Swift[/artist] will once again top next week's Billboard albums chart. But the big news is the post-Grammy sales bump, which sent her album and plenty of others surging back up into the upper reaches of the chart.

Possibly thanks to her duet with [artist id="2408193"]Miley Cyrus[/artist] on the Grammy telecast, Swift's Fearless sold more than 91,700 copies to grab #1, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Sitting at #2, with sales of more than 76,500 copies — a 715 percent increase from last week — is Robert Plant & Alison Krauss' Raising Sand, which took home five awards on Grammy night, including Album of the Year. On last week's chart, Sand sat at #69. Two weeks ago, it was out of the Top 200.

Landing at #3, with sales of close to 75,400 copies, is neo-soul chanteuse [artist id="1162154"]India.Arie[/artist], who scored the week's biggest debut with her Testimony: Volume 2, Love & Politics. Last week's chart champs, [artist id="1946832"]the Fray[/artist], sit at #4, selling more than 75,100 copies of their self-titled album. Chippy Brit Lily Allen debuts at #5, selling about 69,900 copies of her sophomore album, It's Not Me, It's You.

[artist id="975"]Bruce Springsteen's[/artist] Working on a Dream sits at #6, with sales of more than 64,500 copies, and [artist id="1915893"]Bobby Valentino's[/artist] Rebirth bows at #7, with 64,100 sold.

[artist id="1111141"]Coldplay[/artist] — who took home three awards on Grammy night, including Song of the Year — jumped all the way from #31 to #8, selling more than 62,100 copies (a 271 percent increase from the previous week's numbers) of Viva la Vida Or Death and All His Friends. The 2009 Grammy Nominees compilation is next at #9, with sales of 61,000 copies, and Best New Artist winner Adele leapt from #27 to #10, selling more than 56,000 copies of her debut, 19.

Outside the top 10, there were plenty of other artists who benefitted from some post-Grammy love. [artist id="7590"]Jamie Foxx[/artist] — who performed a tribute to the Four Tops alongside [artist id="2002414"]Ne-Yo[/artist] during the telecast — posted a 10 percent increase in sales, landing at #14. [artist id="1225081"]T.I.[/artist], whose "Swagga Like Us" won Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group, saw a boost from his pair of Grammy performances, as sales of Paper Trail increased by 45 percent, locking him in at #18. [artist id="10551"]Kid Rock[/artist] didn't win any awards, but thanks to his performance, sales of his Rock N Roll Jesus album jumped up 64 percent, giving him the #21 spot.

[artist id="510062"]Lil Wayne[/artist] won a trio of trophies on Grammy night and rocked the stage twice, which might explain why he saw sales of Tha Carter III jump 34 percent, placing it at #29. [artist id="2481017"]Jennifer Hudson's[/artist] strong and soulful performance boosted sales of her self-titled debut by 112 percent; moving it all the way from #47 to #30. The Kings of Leon, Duffy, Lady Antebellum, Radiohead, M.I.A. and John Mayer also saw big jumps in sales thanks in part to their Grammy participation.

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