Ronnie Dunn, Blake Shelton Have No. 1 Album, Song

New Singles From Dunn, George Strait, Toby Keith, Rocket Club

There are two new tenants in Billboard's country albums and songs penthouses this week: Ronnie Dunn's self-titled CD and Blake Shelton's buzzworthy single, "Honey Bee."

Dunn's first album since the Brooks & Dunn split sold 45,376 copies its first week out.

There are four other new albums: Randy Travis' Anniversary Celebration: 25 (No. 4), Nick 13's self-titled collection (No. 22), Joe Ely's Satisfied at Last (No. 46) and Gene Watson and Rhonda Vincent's Your Money and My Good Looks (No. 71).

Albums bouncing back into the charts include Josh Thompson's Way Out Here (No. 65), the Judds' I Will Stand by You: The Essential Collection (No. 73), the Crazy Heart film soundtrack (No. 74) and Whiskey Myers' Firewater (No. 75).

Songs arriving this week are George Strait's "Here for a Good Time" (No. 29), Toby Keith's "Made In America" (No. 39), Dunn's "Cost of Livin'" (No. 56) and Rocket Club's "North Country" (No. 60).

Stealing Angels' "Paper Heart" re-enters at No. 59.

The remaining albums in the Top 5 cluster are Jason Aldean's My Kinda Party (No. 2), Brad Paisley's This Is Country Music (No. 3) and the Zac Brown Band's You Get What You Give (No. 5).

The No. 2 through No. 5 songs, in that order, are Taylor Swift's "Mean," Keith Urban's "Without You" (last week's No. 1), The Band Perry's "You Lie" and Justin Moore's "If Heaven Wasn't So Far Away."

OK. Let's squeeze some current song titles together for our Title Tales.

Ronnie Dunn + Keith Urban = "Cost of Livin' Without You"

Darius Rucker + Toby Keith = "I Got Nothin' Made in America"

George Strait + Joe Nichols = "Here for a Good Time Take It Off"

Next contestant, please.

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