Disney's 'Frozen' just keeps breaking records as well as its competition at the cinema, and on the Billboard 200 album charts as the animated movie's soundtrack finds itself topping the charts once again.

The studio album to the beloved fairytale flick has reached No.1 on the Billboard 200 album charts for a 12th time after another strong week in sales.

'Frozen's' soundtrack reached No.1 for the 12th time

In the week ending Sunday April 27th 'Frozen' sold an impressive 115,000 copies, but this has dwindled greatly from last week's figures by 56%, when earning its biggest sales week to date of 259,000.

After reaching the Billboard 200 top spot for the 12th time, the soundtrack has become 1 of only 14 other soundtracks to have reached No.1 at least 12 times, according to Billboard.

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The album has now earned most weeks at No.1 for a movie soundtrack since 'Titanic' in 1998, which featured the epic Celine Deon track 'My Heart Will Go On.

It is worth noting, with these latest sales figures 'Frozen' has now shifted 100,000 copies for the sixth straight week, and at this current time the album has sold a total of 2.5 million copies globally.

'Frozen' is also the highest-grossing animation film of all-time

Besides from the film's musical numbers, it is also highest grossing animation of all-time, beating the $1.063 billion mark which was set by the Disney/Pixar movie 'Toy Story 3' in 2010.

As for the rest of last week's top ten, rapper Future's second album 'Honest' debut at No.2 by selling 53,000 copies, earning his best sales week and highest-charting album yet. This is closely followed by another debut set, Iggy Azalea's first studio album 'The New Classic,' which starts at No. 3 with 52,000 sold.

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Iggy Azalea wasn't able to finish in the top two with her debut album

Landing in the 4th spot was Pharrell's 'G I R L' album by selling 21,000, and finishing off the top 5 is August Alsina's 'Testimony,' which shifted 20,000 copies in its second week of release.

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