O Brother Reaches 24 Weeks at No.1

The O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack has reached its 24th non-consecutive week atop the Billboard Top Country Albums chart.

In the process of climbing back to No. 1 from the second spot, it knocked Reba McEntire from her No. 1 perch, where her Greatest Hits Volume III — I’m a Survivor had reigned for one week.

Toby Keith’s Pull My Chain is at No. 2 and McEntire occupies the No. 3 slot. Martina McBride ‘s Greatest Hits remains No. 4 and Tim McGraw ‘s Set This Circus Down stays at No. 5.

The Live Record by the Charlie Daniels Band jumps from No. 71 to No. 48. Debuting this week are Kenny RogersLive by Request at No. 73 and Aaron Tippin ‘s A December to Remember at No. 74.

McGraw’s 14th No. 1 single, “Angry All the Time” repeats for the second straight week atop the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. Travis Tritt ‘s “Love of a Woman” vaults to No. 2 from No. 5. Toby Keith ‘s “I Wanna Talk About Me” climbs three notches to No. 3, Trick Pony ‘s “On a Night Like This” stays at No. 4 and Brooks & Dunn ‘s “Only in America” drops three spots to No. 5.

Two singles that had been fast chart climbers stall this week –- David Ball ‘s “Riding With Private Malone” at No. 8 and Garth Brooks ‘ “Wrapped Up in You” at No. 12.

Tippin’s “Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly” reaches the Top 10, at No. 10. The Charlie Daniels Band’s “This Ain’t No Rag, It’s a Flag” jumps to No. 39 from No. 51. Hank Williams Jr. ‘s “America Can Survive” climbs five spots to No. 50 in its second chart week. Debuting this week is Tammy Cochran ‘s “I Cry” at No. 60.