Linkin Park's latest disc was shining bright on the Canadian album charts this week.
Their fourth studio disc, "Thousand Suns," shot to No. 1 with 23,000 copies in sales, according to Neilsen SoundScan data.
It's the second straight top debut for the California rockers, although their last disc, "Minutes to Midnight," had over 50,000 in sales back in May of 2007.
They also snagged the No. 1 spot south of the border, selling a healthy 241,000 copies of "Thousand Suns" in the U.S.
Back here, Johnny Reid's "Place Called Love" (17,000) and Eminem's "Recovery" (11,000) were both forced down one notch to No. 2 and No. 3 respectively, while Roch Voisine's "AmericanaĒ checked in at No. 4.
Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" moved down one to No. 5, the "NOW 16" collection slipped three rungs to No. 6, and Robert Plant's covers album "Band of Joy" landed at No. 7.
Wrapping up the top 10 was Disturbed's "Asylum" at No. 8, Brandon Flowers' first solo effort "Flamingo" at No. 9, and Leonard Cohen's "Songs From the Road" at No. 10.
In the U.S., Trey Songz' "Passion, Pain & Pleasure came in second, followed by Eminem in third, Jamey Johnson's "Guitar Song" in fourth, and Robert Plant in fifth.