Adam Lambert Hits #1 With Trespassing

Tenacious D rock it into the #5 slot with Rise of the Fenix.

Just in time for the "American Idol" finale, former runner-up Adam Lambert is showing the kids how it's done. The glitter-dripping glam rocker will land his first #1 album next week when his sophomore disc, [article id="1676118"]Trespassing[/article]
 debuts in the top spot on sales of 77,000, according to figures provided by Nielsen SoundScan.

The singer's 2009 debut, For Your Entertainment, entered the chart at #3 and has sold more than 1 million copies to date. Lambert leads a parade of new faces in the Billboard 200 top 10, which also includes jokey rock duo Tenacious D, whose Rise of the Fenix came in at #5 (44,000), as well as indie duo Beach House, in at #7 with Bloom (41,000) and the graduation disc from the cast of "Glee" (39,000).

The rest of the top 10: Adele, 21 (#2, 65,000), Carrie Underwood, Blown Away (#3, 54,000), Norah Jones, Little Broken Hearts (#4, 45,000), NOW 42 (#6, 42,000), Lionel Richie, Tuskegee (#9, 39,000) and One Direction, Up All Night (#10, 34,000).

Further down the line, rock icon Santana charts with the all-instrumental Shapeshifter (#16, 21,000), followed by reunited pop grungers Garbage with Not Your Kind of People (#17, 19,000) and country legend Willie Nelson, whose covers album Heroes (#18, 17,000) features his unique versions of songs by Coldplay and a cameo from pal Snoop Dogg.

Other new faces include: Godsmack, Live & Inspired (#19, 17,000), Best Coast, Only Place (#24, 14,000) and punk lifers Hot Water Music, Exister (#34, 10,000). Perhaps she'll get the "American Idol" bump next week, but daughter of Elvis Lisa Marie Presley makes an inauspicious debut with her latest album, Storm & Grace, which moved just over 9,000 copies.

In the days after her death, disco diva [article id="1685314"]Donna Summer[/article]
 was back on the charts, with 1979's greatest hits double-disc On the Radio running up to #74 (6,000), followed by three other singles compilations at #90 (5,000), #95 (5,000) and #194 (2,000).

Next week's charts bring the debuts of new albums by John Mayer, Sara Bareilles, Slash, Kimbra and Kris Allen.