Jay-Z continues atop US charts

That's way too good for the rest of the field, though Whitney Houston spent two days with Oprah, and earned a 77% boost week-on-week for her I Look To You album, whose 155,000 sales help it to recover 3-2.

Meanwhile, Teignmouth trio Muse's third domestic number one album, The Resistance, is the week's top new entry, debuting at number three on sales of 128,000.

It's their second Top 10 album Stateside, following most recent effort, Black Holes & Revelations, which ...

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