Jimmy Buffett is back on the chart with his latest studio effort.
Billboard.com says Songs From St. Somewhere is debuting on the Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 55,000 to take the number four spot on the list. It's Jimmy's eleventh disc to hit the chart's top ten, and his first top ten album since his live effort Encores, which reached number seven in 2010.
Country star Luke Bryan remains the chart leader with his CD Crash My Party, which is spending a second week at number one.
John Mayer is taking the number two spot with his new album Paradise Valley, and Three Kings from the R&B trio TGT - featuring singers Tyrese, Ginuwine, and Tank - is debuting at number three. Rapper Earl Sweatshirt's Doris rounds out the top five.
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