Gary Susman
March 03, 2004 AT 05:00 AM EST

Norah Jones continues to make herself at ”Home” on the top of the Billboard album chart. Her ”Feels Like Home,” which has been the chart champ since its release, spent its third week at No. 1 and sold another 280,000 discs, according to SoundScan, for a total to date of 1.7 million. Also holding in place was Kanye West’s ”The College Dropout,” remaining at No. 2 with sales of 132,000 in its third week of release. Another hip-hop release, from Philadelphia duo Young Gunz, was the only new entry in the top 10 this week. The pair’s ”Tough Luv” entered at No. 3 and sold 128,000 copies. Evanescence’s ”Fallen” marked its 52nd week on the chart by sliding one slot to No. 4 and selling another 125,000 units. Kenny Chesney continued to hang his hat at No. 5 and sold another 95,000 copies of ”When the Sun Goes Down.”

Also holding in place were Josh Groban’s ”Closer” at No. 6 and Twista’s ”Kamikaze” at No. 8. OutKast’s ”Speakerboxxx/The Love Below” dropped three spots to No. 7. In its second week on the chart, Eamon’s ”I Don’t Want You Back” dipped two notches to ninth place. Sliding one slot to No. 10 was ”The Very Best of Sheryl Crow.”

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