Urban rules on US albums chart

The Urban music in question is that of Keith Urban, the New Zealand born Australian country singer, who secures his first ever number one pop album (his third on the country chart) with Defying Gravity, which sold 171,000 copies last week.

Prince nearly made it, however, securing the number two slot with his 14th Top 10 album in all, and his fourth in a row, on sales of 168,000 copies, each and every one of them from Target, the 3 ...

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