Celine Dion Remains #1

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Pop singer Celine Dion's retrospective All the Way: A Decade of Song will hold on to the #1 spot on this week's Billboard 200 albums chart. The album sold 327,674 copies the week ending Sunday (Dec. 5), holding off albums from the resurgent Backstreet Boys and Britney Spears, according to sales figures released on Wednesday by SoundScan. Two holiday albums — country star Garth Brooks' The Magic of Christmas (#7) and saxophone player Kenny G's Faith: A Holiday Album (#8) — will climb into the top 10. Unleash the Dragon, the solo debut by Sisqo, of the R&B vocal group Dru Hill, will score the week's highest debut, at #18. Also debuting are A Tribe Called Quest rapper Q-Tip's solo debut, Amplified (#28), and the Guns N' Roses live album, Live Era 1987-1993 (#45).