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Linkin Park claims top spot on Billboard 200 albums chart

This week, Linkin Park earns its fourth No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 albums chart. Their A Thousand Suns debuts on top, selling 241,000 albums. Trey Songz’s Passion, Pain & Pleasure debuts at No. 2 with 240,000 copies moved. Eminem’s Recovery drops a spot to No. 3, managing to sell 89,000 records.

Country star Jamey Johnson and his latest, The Guitar Song, opens with 63,000 albums at No. 4. Rock legend Robert Plant starts at No. 5. His Band of Joy sold 49,000 copies. Weezer’s Hurley opens modestly at No. 6 with 45,000 units moved. The Now 35 compilation slips four slots to No. 7 selling 41,000 copies.

Brandon FlowersFlamingo drops in at No. 8. The Killers frontman sold 41,000 units this week. Katy Perry’s Teenage Dream falls five places to No. 9, selling 40,000 copies. Justin Bieber sold 36,000 copies of his My World 2.0 and comes in at No. 10.

How do you feel about this week’s numbers? Did they shake out how you expected? Let us know.

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Originally posted September 22 2010 — 1:13 PM EDT

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