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BILLBOARD 200 Week ending October 5, 2019

TW LW 2W Peak Wks Title Artist
1 1 1 1 3 Hollywood's Bleeding Post Malone (149,000)
2 ** -- 2 1 The Owl Zac Brown Band (106,000 (99,000 sales))
3 ** -- 3 1 Nine Blink-182 (94,000 (77,000 sales))
4 3 2 1 5 Lover Taylor Swift (65,000)
5 4 4 1 6 So Much Fun Young Thug (45,000)
6 5 5 4 4 We Love You Tecca Lil Tecca (39,000)
7 9 11 1 13 Indigo Chris Brown (33,000)
8 7 8 1 26 When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Billie Eilish (33,000)
9 6 6 4 23 Cuz I Love You Lizzo (33,000)
10 10 17 2 14 7 (EP) Lil Nas X (27,000)
11 11 12 1 11 No.6 Collaborations Project Ed Sheeran
12 13 13 3 6 Quality Control: Control The Streets, Volume 2 Various Artists
13 ** -- 13 1 Jaime Brittany Howard
14 14 15 1 74 beerbongs & bentleys Post Malone
15 18 20 1 12 Dreamville & J. Cole: Revenge Of The Dreamers III Various Artists
16 15 14 1 60 ASTROWORLD Travis Scott
17 16 18 1 25 Free Spirit Khalid
18 23 25 7 30 Baby On Baby DaBaby
19 17 16 1 70 Shawn Mendes Shawn Mendes
20 12 3 3 3 K-12 (Soundtrack) Melanie Martinez
21 21 26 4 121 This One's For You Luke Combs
22 24 24 1 65 Scorpion Drake
23 20 27 1 9 The Search NF
24 22 21 11 353 Greatest Hits Queen
25 28 33 25 19 Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent Lewis Capaldi
26 2 -- 2 2 III The Lumineers
27 19 9 3 4 Norman f**king Rockwell! Lana Del Rey
28 27 30 8 13 Perfect Ten Mustard
29 31 28 4 146 Stoney Post Malone
30 26 23 1 16 Happiness Begins Jonas Brothers
31 29 29 7 98 Diamonds Elton John
32 30 31 1 33 Thank U, Next Ariana Grande
33 33 32 6 16 Die A Legend Polo G
34 35 34 14 92 Dont Smile At Me Billie Eilish
35 34 35 1 40 Hoodie SZN A Boogie Wit da Hoodie
36 36 19 1 80 ? XXXTENTACION
37 39 36 6 66 Dan + Shay Dan + Shay
38 38 37 4 71 Goodbye & Good Riddance Juice WRLD
39 ** -- 39 1 The Story's Not Over Jeremy Camp
40 41 46 3 209 Hamilton: An American Musical Original Broadway Cast Recording
41 47 45 3 55 Look Up Child Lauren Daigle
42 40 38 1 43 Championships Meek Mill
43 51 50 35 52 If I Know Me Morgan Wallen
44 45 42 1 29 Death Race For Love Juice WRLD
45 49 47 1 134 ÷ (Divide) Ed Sheeran
46 43 58 4 16 The Prequel (EP) Luke Combs
47 44 43 38 7 F.N Lil Tjay
48 46 39 1 77 Invasion Of Privacy Cardi B
49 25 7 1 4 Fear Inoculum Tool
50 ** -- 50 1 Shaped By Fire As I Lay Dying
51 50 48 4 134 American Teen Khalid
52 ** -- 52 1 Parachute Upchurch
53 52 49 2 9 The Big Day Chance The Rapper
54 57 56 1 94 The Greatest Showman Soundtrack
55 54 54 1 51 A Star Is Born (Soundtrack) Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper
56 59 55 10 19 Fever Megan Thee Stallion
57 62 63 1 211 Traveller Chris Stapleton
58 60 59 4 51 Drip Harder Lil Baby & Gunna
59 63 67 1 109 Luv Is Rage 2 Lil Uzi Vert
60 61 60 22 438 Chronicle The 20 Greatest Hits Creedence Clearwater Revival Featuring John Fogerty
61 ** -- 61 1 Sunshine Kitty Tove Lo
62 55 51 1 8 Care Package Drake
63 65 64 11 40 X 100PRE Bad Bunny
64 58 53 4 8 Love Songs 4 The Streets 2 Lil Durk
65 56 41 2 7 Port of Miami 2 Rick Ross
66 71 89 1 387 1 The Beatles
67 67 69 3 31 Drip Or Drown 2 Gunna
68 72 73 1 128 DAMN. Kendrick Lamar
69 73 84 1 343 Take Care Drake
70 91 98 1 339 Rumours Fleetwood Mac
71 100 95 1 328 Abbey Road The Beatles
72 88 75 3 7 ! Trippie Redd
73 70 86 3 291 Greatest Hits 2Pac
74 87 93 1 17 Center Point Road Thomas Rhett
75 ** -- 75 1 Grandson, Vol. 1 King Von
76 74 62 55 10 Coconut Oil (EP) Lizzo
77 80 77 2 36 Victory Lap Nipsey Hussle
78 75 72 9 13 Oasis J Balvin & Bad Bunny
79 77 76 1 46 Experiment Kane Brown
80 81 78 5 593 Legend: The Best Of... Bob Marley And The Wailers
81 84 90 15 162 The Essential Billy Joel Billy Joel
82 82 81 5 50 Ella Mai Ella Mai
83 90 82 1 19 IGOR Tyler, The Creator
84 79 87 1 178 Views Drake
85 86 85 1 40 I Am > I Was 21 Savage
86 76 66 1 76 Rearview Town Jason Aldean
87 89 88 2 118 Evolve Imagine Dragons
88 83 74 2 19 Father Of Asahd DJ Khaled
89 85 79 1 66 Pray For The Wicked Panic! At The Disco
90 68 52 7 8 Descendants 3 Soundtrack
91 98 103 1 132 More Life Drake
92 94 100 1 52 Tha Carter V Lil Wayne
93 78 71 20 7 Soul Searching Bazzi
94 8 -- 8 2 The Nothing Korn
95 ** -- 95 1 Different 'Round Here Riley Green
96 95 96 2 324 Greatest Hits Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers
97 97 99 2 149 Moana Soundtrack
98 93 70 3 60 Swimming Mac Miller
99 96 91 1 160 Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight Travis Scott
100 107 94 4 29 GIRL Maren Morris
101 112 114 1 251 2014 Forest Hills Drive J. Cole
102 101 135 6 18 Aladdin (2019) Soundtrack
103 106 112 1 103 Perception NF
104 110 111 3 71 Harder Than Ever Lil Baby
105 108 105 4 378 Back In Black AC/DC
106 53 10 10 3 The Highwomen The Highwomen
107 104 102 1 58 Sweetener Ariana Grande
108 116 106 2 109 17 XXXTENTACION
109 117 116 1 148 Starboy The Weeknd
110 115 110 3 120 Ctrl SZA
111 111 107 5 147 Kane Brown Kane Brown
112 102 97 8 9 Dum And Dummer Key Glock & Young Dolph
113 113 104 14 77 Cosmic Bazzi
114 114 113 1 41 Dying To Live Kodak Black
115 118 108 23 101 H.E.R. H.E.R.
116 124 120 20 230 Greatest Hits So Far... Zac Brown Band
117 RE 109 3 487 Greatest Hits Guns N' Roses
118 ** -- 118 1 Giant Stadium 1987, 1989, 1991 Boxset Grateful Dead
119 126 138 2 361 good kid, m.A.A.d city Kendrick Lamar
120 RE -- 1 358 The Eminem Show Eminem
121 119 134 3 68 Die Lit Playboi Carti
122 66 -- 66 2 Top Boy: A Selection of Music Inspired By The Series Various Artists
123 145 153 3 47 BALLADS 1 Joji
124 RE 136 1 193 Greatest Hits The Notorious B.I.G.
125 138 152 8 296 Greatest Hits Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
126 128 131 31 296 The Essential Michael Jackson Michael Jackson
127 164 169 1 304 Nothing Was The Same Drake
128 122 129 1 212 Beauty Behind The Madness The Weeknd
129 123 125 1 87 Culture II Migos
130 RE -- 40 21 Greatest Hits Earth, Wind & Fire
131 109 -- 43 41 Strait Out Of The Box George Strait
132 120 121 1 250 1989 Taylor Swift
133 129 128 1 293 Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975 Eagles
134 133 149 2 274 In The Lonely Hour Sam Smith
135 132 133 4 32 Can't Say I Ain't Country Florida Georgia Line
136 144 144 20 38 I Am You YNW Melly
137 140 148 1 191 ANTI Rihanna
138 148 139 4 58 Golden Hour Kacey Musgraves
139 131 126 15 40 Realer YoungBoy Never Broke Again
140 125 124 1 56 Kamikaze Eminem
141 172 175 44 34 Last Day Of Summer Summer Walker
142 142 143 7 74 Until Death Call My Name YoungBoy Never Broke Again
143 69 145 10 583 Journey's Greatest Hits Journey
144 150 150 1 275 x Ed Sheeran
145 154 158 1 146 Blonde Frank Ocean
146 RE 141 56 72 All Time Greatest Hits Lynyrd Skynyrd
147 143 -- 42 15 The Essential Elvis Presley Elvis Presley
148 151 155 1 47 Not All Heroes Wear Capes Metro Boomin
149 149 147 2 43 Street Gossip Lil Baby
150 147 127 14 6 Ascend Illenium
151 139 140 67 45 Feed Tha Streets II Roddy Ricch
152 183 179 3 440 Doo-Wops & Hooligans Bruno Mars
153 141 117 85 11 ICY Saweetie
154 64 65 1 464 Curtain Call: The Hits Eminem
155 137 122 17 13 Legendary Tyga
156 169 163 11 164 California Sunrise Jon Pardi
157 162 159 1 146 The Life Of Pablo Kanye West
158 157 154 2 365 Night Visions Imagine Dragons
159 152 130 1 27 Bad Habits NAV
160 32 -- 32 7 The Complete Greatest Hits The Cars
161 RE -- 1 541 Metallica Metallica
162 136 118 2 49 Bohemian Rhapsody (Soundtrack) Queen
163 155 132 1 98 reputation Taylor Swift
164 161 168 45 34 Marshmello: Fortnite Extended Set Marshmello
165 168 164 8 193 T R A P S O U L Bryson Tiller
166 195 176 2 149 24K Magic Bruno Mars
167 159 160 30 17 Wildboy Calboy
168 166 156 16 181 Sounds Of Summer: The Very Best Of The Beach Boys The Beach Boys
169 163 161 1 228 Blurryface twenty one pilots
170 RE 198 1 23 Map Of The Soul: PERSONA BTS
171 174 165 3 38 A Love Letter To You 3 Trippie Redd
172 ** -- 172 1 The Cry: A Live Worship Experience William McDowell
173 165 142 1 89 Camila Camila Cabello
174 196 188 2 99 Red Pill Blues Maroon 5
175 175 178 32 77 Ultimate Sinatra Frank Sinatra
176 167 157 5 12 Hotel Diablo Machine Gun Kelly
177 179 166 29 87 A Decade Of Destruction Five Finger Death Punch
178 158 137 13 9 The Lost Boy YBN Cordae
179 190 177 1 440 Nevermind Nirvana
180 171 -- 7 289 Mothership Led Zeppelin
181 180 172 4 47 LoVE me NOw? Tory Lanez
182 181 183 1 385 Thriller Michael Jackson
183 173 170 1 107 Life Changes Thomas Rhett
184 182 123 1 47 Cry Pretty Carrie Underwood
185 194 189 27 34 We All Shine YNW Melly
186 RE -- 35 21 The Essential Johnny Cash Johnny Cash
187 121 80 1 7 We Are Not Your Kind Slipknot
188 178 173 1 432 21 Adele
189 188 180 35 75 The Definitive Collection Stevie Wonder
190 192 193 3 90 Heartbreak On A Full Moon Chris Brown
191 189 190 34 60 The Very Best Of Daryl Hall John Oates Daryl Hall John Oates
192 185 162 2 41 Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Soundtrack
193 176 171 2 327 Born To Die Lana Del Rey
194 RE 194 1 68 KOD J. Cole
195 134 119 56 7 Everything Changed... (EP) Social House
196 197 184 2 57 Queen Nicki Minaj
197 199 187 2 46 Origins Imagine Dragons
198 200 -- 4 39 Luca Brasi 3 Kevin Gates
199 198 181 4 31 FATHER OF 4 Offset
200 RE -- 1 19 Hurts 2B Human P!nk
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post Oct 2 2019, 05:14 AM
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Post Malone's 'Hollywood's Bleeding' Nets Third Week at No. 1 on Billboard 200 Chart; Zac Brown Band & Blink-182 Debut at Nos. 2 & 3
9/29/2019 by Keith Caulfield

Post Malone’s Hollywood’s Bleeding nets a third straight week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, as it earned 149,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. in the week ending Sept. 26 (down 25%), according to Nielsen Music. The album is the first to spend its first three weeks at No. 1 in nearly a year.

Also in the top 10: Zac Brown Band’s The Owl and Blink-182’s Nine start at Nos. 2 and 3, respectively.

As Hollywood’s Bleeding has spent its first three chart weeks at No. 1, it’s the first album to do so since Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s A Star Is Born soundtrack also logged its first three frames atop the tally on the charts dated Oct. 20 - Nov. 3, 2018. (It later earned a fourth week at No. 1, on the March 9, 2019 chart.)

Between Star and Bleeding, two albums clocked three frames at No. 1 -- just not consecutively from their debut weeks. A Boogie Wit da Hoodie’s Hoodie SZN achieved this (Jan. 19-26 and Feb. 16, 2019), as did Billie Eilish’s When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, with three separate one-week visits to No. 1 (April 13, May 4 and June 8).

Hollywood’s Bleeding matches Post Malone’s three-week run at No. 1 with his other leader, beerbongs & bentleys. It, too, spent its first three weeks in the pole position (May 12-26, 2018).

Further, Hollywood’s Bleeding is just the third album in 2019 to tally three weeks of at least 100,000 equivalent album units earned. It follows Taylor Swift’s Lover and Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next. All three did so in their first three weeks of release. (All three albums were released via Republic Records.)

At No. 2 on the new Billboard 200, Zac Brown Band’s The Owl debuts, scoring the group its sixth top 10 effort. The Owl flies in with 106,000 equivalent album units earned (with 99,000 of that sum in album sales). The act previously visited the top 10 with Welcome Home (No. 2 in 2017), Jekyll + Hyde (No. 1, 2015), Uncaged (No. 1, 2012), You Get What You Give (No. 1, 2010) and The Foundation (No. 9, 2010).

Blink-182’s new album Nine bows at No. 3 on the Billboard 200, granting the rock trio its eighth top 10 effort. Nine bows with 94,000 equivalent album units earned (with 77,000 of that sum in album sales). Nine was released via Viking Wizard Eyes/Columbia Records, and marks the act’s first album for Columbia.

Blink-182 previously logged top 10s with California (No. 1 in 2016), Neighborhoods (No. 2, 2011), Greatest Hits (No. 6, 2005), Blink-182 (No. 3, 2003), Take Off Your Pants and Jacket (No. 1, 2001), The Mark, Tom, and Travis Show (The Enema Strikes Back!) (No. 8, 2000) and Enema of the State (No. 9, 1999).

The debuts of both The Owl and Nine were boosted by sales of the albums registered from concert ticket/album sale redemption offers with each act’s most recent tour.

A pair of former No. 1s are up next on the new Billboard 200, as Swift’s Lover dips 3-4 with 65,000 equivalent album units (down 17%) and Young Thug’s So Much Fun falls 4-5 with 45,000 units (down 8%).

Lil Tecca’s We Love You Tecca descends 5-6 with 39,000 equivalent album units (down 10%), Chris Brown’s former No. 1 Indigo climbs 9-7 with 33,000 units (though down less than 1%) and Eilish’s previous leader When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? is down 7-8 with just under 33,000 units (down 7%).

Rounding out the new top 10: Lizzo’s Cuz I Love You falls 6-9 (nearly 33,000 equivalent album units; down 9%) and Lil Nas X’s 7 is steady at No. 10 (27,000 units; down 10%).
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I thought Tove Lo could have got a top 20 debut here, sheeesh that's bad.
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