Fall Out Boy - Fall Out Boy Race To The Top Of The U.s. Album Chart
Rockers Fall Out Boy's comeback is complete - the group has rocketed to the top of the U.S. album chart.
Save Rock and Roll has beaten Kid Cudi's Indicud to the top of the Billboard 200 with 154,000 copies sold.
Justin Timberlake's The 20/20 Experience and Blake Shelton's Based on a True Story stay put at three and four, respectively, while the Yeah Yeah Yeahs score their first top 10 as Mosquito bows at five.
Last week's number one, Paramore's self-titled album, slides to number 12 on the new countdown.
Meanwhile, Pink's Just Give Me a Reason lands a second week at number one on the Hot 100 singles chart, and MACklemore & Ryan Lewis claim the countdown's number two and three titles - the duo's Can't Hold Us topples Thrift Shop as America's number two track.
MACklemore & Lewis become the first multi-member act to place two titles in the top three since the Black Eyed Peas enjoyed a double in the summer of 2009.