Once again at #1 is 50 Cent. “The Massacre” rules the music world for a second week and has sold over 2 million copies.
Jack Johnson’s “In Between Dreams” is at #2, moving up two spots from last week. Jackson sold 118,000 copies.
“The Documentary” sold well this week, moving from #5 to #3 and selling 87,000 copies.
Falling to #4 is Jennifer Lopez’s “Rebirth,” selling 86,000 copies
Green Day continues to impress with “American Idiot.” This rock epic has sold another 77,000 copies and moves up a spot to #5
Kelly Clarkson is at #6, selling 59,000 copies of “Breakaway.”
The Genius is still selling well. Ray Charles is #7, and “Genius Loves Company” sold 56,000 albums.
The Killers finally hit the top ten, “Hot Fuss” leaps to #8, selling 55,000 copies.
John Legend’s “Get Lifted” claims #9, moving 53,00 copies.
And “Encore” finishes the top ten, Eminem’s latest cd sold 52,000 copies.
The official line-up has been announced for this years “Ozzfest Tour:”
Black Label Society
Rob Zombie (Headliner)
As I Lay Dying
The Black Dahlia Murder
Bury Your Dead
It Dies Today
A Dozen Furies
Iron Maiden will not be performing the last seven shows.
Tour dates and more can be found at www.ozzfest.com
Please Britney… Just say No!
Remember Britney Spears “Crossroads…” Nope? Not surprised. Well, Crossroads was considered an awful movie from all fronts, but now Britany Spears is having even more acting woes. Christopher Merrill, who wrote a script called “Dream Alive,” claims his movie resembles “Crossroads” to an uncanny extent. Spears, not discourgared from her three Razzie awards, will be hitting the silver screen again for the upcoming flick “In The Pink.” Spears will be playing a door-to-door sales lady.