Dixie Chicks Fly To #1

Dixie Chicks, Megadeth, Beatnuts, Days of the New, Talvin Singh, Evan Dando, Chris Vrenna, Master P, John Mellencamp, Dionne Warwick...

The Dixie Chicks will debut at #1 on the Billboard 200

albums chart this week with Fly, the follow-up to their 1998

Grammy-winning smash Wide Open Spaces. Fly, the female

country trio's fifth album, sold 341,138 copies last week, according to

sales tracker SoundScan. Also debuting this week, based on SoundScan

figures: metal veterans Megadeth's Risk (#16), the hip-hop

soundtrack to the Martin Lawrence comedy "Blue Streak" (#33), hip-hop

group the Beatnuts' Musical Massacre (#35), rockers Days

of the New's self-titled second album (#40) and dance-pop singer

Vitamin C's self-titled debut (#172). Latino rock band Santana

continue their resurgence with Supernatural, which will climb

from #7 to #4 in its 12th week on the chart.