Florida Georgia Line, Jason Aldean Have Top Album, Song for Second Week

Little Big Town and Billy Currington Boast Week's Highest Debuts

Can you say déjà vu?

This week’s top Billboard country album and song are exactly the same as last week’s.

With second-week sales of 59,118 copies — as counted by Nielsen SoundScan — Florida Georgia Line’s Anything Goes continues as the best-selling country album, while Jason Aldean’s “Burnin’ It Down” persists as the format’s most-played song.

New on the albums chart is Little Big Town’s Pain Killer, which debuts at No. 3 on initial sales of 41,979 units.

Other albums making their first appearance are Jawga Boyz & Dez’s Tailgate Music (No. 22) and the soundtrack EP, Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me (No. 49).

Returning to the chart are Sturgill Simpson’s High Top Mountain (No. 31) and Scotty McCreery’s See You Tonight (No. 50).

There are five new songs: Billy Currington’s “Don’t It” (No. 53), Gloriana’s “Trouble” (No. 57), Aldean’s “Just Gettin’ Started” (No. 58), Justin Moore’s “This Kind of Town” (No. 59) and Sara Evans’ “Put My Heart Down” (No. 60).

Lucy Hale’s “Lie a Little Better” makes a comeback at No. 56.

The No. 2, No. 4 and No. 5 albums, in that order, are Aldean’s Old Boots, New Dirt, Blake Shelton’s Bringing Back the Sunshine and Lady Antebellum’s 747.

Completing the Top 5 songs cluster are Sam Hunt’s “Leave the Night On,” Shelton’s “Neon Light,” Frankie Ballard ’s “Sunshine & Whiskey” and Little Big Town’s “Day Drinking.”

Clearly, the scariest thing this Halloween is the continuing plunge in CD sales. Let’s see if Christmas buying cushions the fall.

Edward Morris is a veteran of country music journalism. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee, and is a frequent contributor to CMT.com.