3 Doors Down Claim Second U.s. Number One Album

Rockers 3 DOORS DOWN have scored their second U.S. number one album after taking their self-titled new release to the top of the Billboard charts with 154,000 first-week sales.
It's the group's second successive number one debut - Seventeen Days also rocketed to the top of the charts in 2005.
Rapper Bun B's II Trill came in second place with 98,000 sales, TV dancer-turned-country singer Julianne Hough's self-titled debut album enters at three.
Frank Sinatra collection Nothing But the Best drops from two to four on the new chart and Death Cab For Cutie's Narrow Stairs, which topped the countdown last week rounding out the top five at five.


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