Limp Bizkit Hold Off Backstreet On Chart

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Thrash-rap band Limp Bizkit's Significant Other will remain at #1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart for a third week, after narrowly edging out the Backstreet Boys' Millennium, according to sales figures released Wednesday (July 14) by SoundScan. Significant Other sold 263,841 copies in the week ending Sunday, to Millennium's 260,058. Ricky Martin's self-titled English-language debut will remain at #3 on this week's chart when it's released Thursday (July 15). No Limit Records rapper Fiend's second album, Street Life, will notch the week's highest debut, at #15. Other debuts of note: the late Jimi Hendrix's Live at Woodstock (#90) and 1980s metal bands Ratt (#169 with Ratt) and Great White (#192 with Can't Get There From Here.)