Janet Jackson's All For You Beats 'Em All

Tim McGraw debuts at #2 with Set This Circus Down.

Janet Jackson's All for You dominated sales at the nation's record stores last week and will debut at #1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart after selling 605,128 copies, according to SoundScan data released Wednesday.

All For You's first single — its bouncy title track — is #1 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart (see [article id="1443287"]"Janet Reminisces Over 'All For You,' Slots 'Lover' For Next Single"[/article]). The album is Jackson's first release in four years, following 1997's The Velvet Rope.

Country star Tim McGraw has the week's second-highest debut, landing at #2 with Set This Circus Down. R&B singer Case, meanwhile, debuts at #5 with Open Letter, which has spawned a top-10 hit with the midtempo love song "Missing You."

British pop veterans the Bee Gees are perhaps the most surprising addition to the top 20, coming in at #16 with their first new studio album in four years, This Is Where I Came In.

Other notable debuts include Fear Factory's Digimortal at #32, another "Ally McBeal" soundtrack — featuring vocals by legally besieged actor Robert Downey Jr. — at #34, and KRS-One's The Sneak Attack at #43.

The hits comp Now That's What I Call Music — Vol. 6 ended its three-week reign at #1, dropping to #3.

The rest of the top 10 includes: Tupac Shakur's Until the End of Time at #4, Shaggy's Hotshot at #6, Uncle Kracker's Double Wide at #7, Lifehouse's No Name Face at #8, Dido's No Angel at #9 and Nelly's Country Grammar at #10.

Sunshine Anderson's Your Woman, which debuted at #5 last week, moves to #15.

Among the acts climbing the charts are singer/songwriter David Gray, whose White Ladder jumps from #78 to #64, and former Days of the New members Tantric, whose self-titled album moves from #120 to #84. Also, Southern rap-rockers Saliva's Every Six Seconds moves from #67 to #58, and Eve's Scorpion moves from #13 to #11 after holding the #22 spot two weeks ago.