Fleetwood Mac Debuts Big, But Puffy Still Riding High

August 28 [12:00 EDT] -- As you may have heard, Fleetwood Mac's reunion effort, "The Dance," unseats Puff Daddy on next week's "Billboard" album chart.

The news trickled out Tuesday as Warner Bros. (who released the Mac effort) issued an excited press release trumpeting the news.

Puffy slips to number two on the chart with his album, "No Way Out," but is still enjoying the good life on the singles chart as the Notorious B.I.G. track "Mo Money Mo Problems" (featuring Puffy and Mase) remains at number one. Meanwhile, his own track, "I'll Be Missing You," drops from two to three on the singles chart.

The biggest mover of the week in singles land is Aqua, whose "Barbie Girl" jumps into the top 20 at number seven.

Meanwhile, the modern rock singles chart remains virtually unchanged as Sugar Ray holds onto the top spot with "Fly." In fact, there is no change in the top five positions on next week's modern rock chart, with the only new entry going to Fiona Apple's

"Criminal" at number nine.