Lionel Richie has landed a second week at the top of the U.S. album charts with his revamped hits compilation Tuskegee.
The soul man recorded the album of duets with the biggest country music artists - and the project has been a big hit with fans.
It debuted at two on the Billboard 200 at the beginning of April (12) behind Madonna's Mdna, but it jumped up to number one last week (begs16Apr12) and it has kept a charging Jason Mraz from the top of the countdown.
Mraz's Love Is a Four Letter Word debuts at two - his highest chart rank.
Adele's 21 falls a spot to three, while Train also chalk up a career-high debut at four with California 37. One Direction's Up All Night rounds out the new top five.