Country trio the Dixie Chicks will top the Billboard
200 albums chart for a second straight week, according to sales figures
released Wednesday (Sept. 15) by SoundScan. Fly, the all-female
group's fifth album, sold just over 200,000 copies in the week ending
Sunday, after debuting a week earlier with sales of more than 341,000.
Rap-rocker Kid Rock will move up to #5 (from #7) with the
year-old Devil Without a Cause, while New Orleans rapper
Juvenile will move into the top 10, at #9, after hovering in the
top 40 for months with 400 Degreez. Latino singer Lou
Bega's A Little Bit of Mambo, featuring the international hit
"Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit of Mambo)," will be #12 this week, having
moved up 30 spots in two weeks. Metal band Coal Chamber will
score the week's highest debut with Chamber Music, entering the
chart at #22. Blues Traveler singer and harmonica player John
Popper's first solo album, Zygote, will bow at #185.