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That feat was enough to push the previous two-week champ, Lady Antebellum's Need You Now down to #2, as sales slipped a fraction to 208,000. Debuting at #3 is R&B crooner Jaheim, whose Another Round moved 112,000 units, followed by two more new faces in the top 10, country singer Josh Turner with Haywire (#5, 85,000) and Christian pop act tobyMac, with Tonight (#6, 79,000).
The rest of the top 10 are Lil Wayne's Rebirth (#4, 89,000, down 49 percent), Lady Gaga's The Fame (#7, 76,000), the Black Eyed Peas' The E.N.D. (Energy Never Dies) (#8, 67,000), Susan Boyle's I Dreamed a Dream (#9, 51,000) and Taylor Swift's Fearless (#10, 50,000).
Canadian crooner Michael Bublé's Crazy Love appeared to get a Winter Olympics boost, as the disc's sales picked up 87 percent following his appearance at Friday night's opening ceremonies, moving 48,000 copies and jumping 11 spots to #11. Coming in at #17 is the latest collabo between Dave Matthews and guitarist Tim Reynolds, Live in Las Vegas, which moved 35,000 copies.
Nick Jonas & the Administration's Who Am I, takes a tumble in week two, dropping 25 spots to #28, as sales fell by 71 percent to 24,000. The news is equally ghastly for Rob Zombie, whose Hellbilly Deluxe 2 dipped 59 percent in its second week, slipping 29 to #37 on sales of 20,000.
Indie darlings Yeasayer have a strong debut at #62 with Odd Blood (12,000), and further down the line, dance act Hot Chip hit #97 in week one with One Life Stand (8,000).
Sade will likely keep the top spot for another week, as no other major releases are scheduled for this week.