Rockers Bon Jovi have scored their first number one on the U.S. album chart in 19 years after taking new release LOST HIGHWAY to the top of the Billboard 200.
The album sold 288,000 in its opening week of release to topple country star Toby Keith, who claimed the number one spot last week with new album Big Dog Daddy. He slips to number four.
The White Stripes and Brad Paisley both score best-sales weeks after parking their new albums at number two and three respectively.
Paisley's fifth studio album, 5th Gear, also becomes his third number one on the Top Country Albums chart. The singer's Ticks hit currently tops the Hot Country Songs chart.
Sir Paul MCCartney rounds out the top five - his Memory Almost Full album falls from three to five.