Rapper J. Cole has scored his first U.S. number one album a week after old-timer Tony Bennett did just the same at 85.
The hip-hop star's Cole World: the Sideline Story debuts at the top of the Billboard 200 with an impressive 218,000 first-week sales - 65,000 copies more than Blink-182's Neighborhoods, which enters the new countdown at two.
Adele's 21 rounds out the top three, while Bennett's Duets II falls to four and Wilco's new release The Whole Love debuts at five.
Also entering the new top 10 with one-week releases are Switchfoot's Vice Verses at eight, Michael Anthony, Sammy Hagar, Joe Satriani and Chad Smith's Chickenfoot Iii at nine and Mastodon's The Hunter at 10.