21 sold another 104,000 copies last week. Billboard notes that Adele’s sophomore effort is only the 20th album to top the chart for at least 16 weeks. It’s also the first record since Usher’s 2004 LP Confessions to have 33 weeks of sales of 100,000 copies or more.
2. David Crowder Band, Give Us Rest *new*
3. The Black Keys, El Camino
4. Drake, Take Care
5. Snow Patrol, Fallen Empires *new*
6. Young Jeezy, TM 103: Hustlerz Ambition
7. Rihanna, Talk That Talk
8. Coldplay, Mylo Xyloto
9. Nickelback, Here And Now
10. Various Artists, NOW 40
Billboard’s Keith Caulfield points out that Lady Antebellum’s Own The Night, LMFAO’s Sorry For Party Rocking and Florence + The Machine’s Ceremonials were all recently discounted to $6.99 on iTunes, hence their respective surges to #4, #5 and #6 on the Top 200.