Thirty years after U2 broke onto the music scene, the band still has what it takes to make a number one album.
"No Line On The Horizon" is the Irish rockers' seventh album to hit the top of the charts, selling 484,000 copies last week and securing the number one spot on the album charts.
Although the opening falls short of the band's 840,000 albums sold in the first week when they dropped their 2004 album, "How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb," it still marks the largest sales week for an album since Britney Spears launched "Circus" in December 2008.
Taylor Swift fell to the number two spot on the charts, while newcomer Neko Case debuted her album at the number three spot, with 42,000 albums sold. Meanwhile, Britney Spears' tour has granted her a slight bump in sales up to number 18, from her 23rd spot on the charts last week.
Flo Rida's "Right Round" still hasn't lost its grip on the top spot of the download charts, with 319,000 downloads of the song during the week.
Lady GaGa and her "Poker Face" follow up at number two with 192,000 downloads for the week.
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