Country trio LADY ANTEBELLUM have returned to the top of the U.S. album charts after ending Sade's three-week reign at number one.
The British singer's Soldier of Love toppled Lady Antebellum's Need You Now last month (Feb10), but the two albums have swapped places this week.
Blake Shelton's Hillbilly Bone debuts at three, while former American Idol star Danny Gokey makes a big splash at four with his first album My Best Days.
The Almost Alice compilation, inspired by Tim Burton's hit new movie Alice in Wonderland debuts at five.
Lifehouse, Raheem DeVaughn and Easton Corbin also land new albums in this week's Billboard top 10.
Meanwhile, British newcomer Taio Cruz has scored a pop chart record in the U.S. by leaping up the Billboard Hot 100 from 53 to number one with Break Your Heart.
He lands the biggest jump to number one for a debut artist.
The record was previously held by Kelly Clarkson, who shot to the top from number 52 in 2002 with her first single A Moment Like This.
Clarkson still holds the record for the biggest jump to number one ever - her My Life Would Suck Without You jumped 96 spots to reach number one last year (Feb09).