Trace Adkins' new Chrome CD debuts at No. 4 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart this week. Meanwhile, the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack returns to No. 1 for a 22nd non-consecutive week, knocking Martina McBride's Greatest Hits out of the top spot to No. 3.
Toby Keith's Pull My Chain climbs one notch to No. 2. George
Jones' The Rock: Stone Cold Country 2001 advances from No. 6 to No. 5 in its second week on the chart. Gary Allan's Alright Guy, which debuted at No. 4 last week, drops to No. 8. David Ball's Amigo moves up six spots, to No. 13 in its second charting week.
Brooks & Dunn's "Only in America" moves up from No. 2 to top the Billboard Hot Country
Singles & Tracks chart. Alan Jackson's "Where I Come From" drops to No. 2, Tim McGraw's "Angry All the Time" stays at No. 3, Trick Pony's
"On a Night Like This" advances three notches to No. 4 and Carolyn Dawn Johnson's "Complicated"
moves up one spot to No. 5.
Garth Brooks' "Wrapped Up In You" debuts at No. 22
and LeAnn Rimes' "God Bless America" lands at No. 51 in its first week. Also debuting
are Brooks & Dunn's "The Long Goodbye" at No. 53 and Randy Travis' "America Will Always
Stand" at No. 59.
"Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly" by Aaron Tippin
tops the Country Singles Sales chart, with Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the USA" at No.
2. "But I Do Love You/Can't Fight the Moonlight" by Rimes is No. 3, Brooks' "Call Me Claus" from his Christmas TV special
debuts at No. 4 and Trick Pony's "On a Night Like This" is at No. 5.