Country duo Sugarland are having a sweet week on top of the Billboard album chart in America - but Michael Jackson is still the best-selling artist.
The group's CD/DVD package Live on the Inside debuts at the top of the Billboard 200 with 76,000 sales - 20,000 copies behind Jackson's Number Ones compilation, which has dominated all charts since the King of Pop's death in June (09).
The hits album has been number one on the Top Comprehensive Albums chart for six non-consecutive weeks.
The 2003 release is ineligible for a place on the mainstream chart, which boasts the Now 31 compilation at two and country quartet Gloriana at three with their self-titled debut.