Pat Green's major label debut lands in the Top 10 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart dated Nov. 3. Green's Three Days on Universal/Republic debuts at No. 7 on the chart.
The O Brother,
Where Art Thou? soundtrack remains at No. 1, where it has rested comfortably for 23 non-consecutive weeks this year. Toby Keith's Pull My Chain stays at No. 2, Martina
McBride's Greatest Hits holds at No. 3, Tim McGraw's Set This Circus
Down re-enters the top 5 at No. 4 and the Coyote Ugly soundtrack climbs two notches to No. 5.
albums remain in the top 10: George Jones' The Rock: Stone Cold Country 2001
at No. 6, Trace Adkins' Chrome at No. 9, and Gary
Allan's Alright Guy at No. 10. Filling out the top 10 is Kenny Chesney's
Greatest Hits at No. 8 after 56 weeks on the chart.
After losing the top spot for a week, Alan Jackson's "Where I Come From" returns to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks
chart. Brooks & Dunn's "Only in America" slips to No. 2, McGraw's "Angry All the Time"
stays at No. 3, Trick Pony's "On A Night Like This" remains No. 4 and Travis Tritt's "Love of a Woman" climbs one rung to No. 5.
Brooks' "Wrapped Up in You" climbs to No. 18 in its second week on the chart, with Brad
Paisley's "Wrapped Around" ascending to No. 19, as the two fastest-rising singles of the week.
Debuting on the
chart this week are Phil Vassar's "That's When I Love You" at No. 51, Daisy Dern's
"Getting' Back to You" at No. 52, BlackHawk's "Days of America" at No. 53, McBride's
"Blessed" at No. 56 and Kenny Rogers' "Homeland" at No. 58.
Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the U.S.A" tops the Billboard Country Singles Sales chart, followed by
Aaron Tippin's "Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly" and LeAnn Rimes' "God Bless America."