|Theory of a Deadman
They may get panned by critics, but Canada's own Theory of a Deadman always manage to leave their mark on the album charts.
The Vancouver band's fourth effort, "The Truth Is...," came in at No. 2 with sales on 8,500, making it their best tally to date, according to Neilsen SoundScan.
Their previous effort, 2008's "Scars and Souvenirs," also came in at No. 2, but sold 6,000 copies.
Firmly planted at No. 1 once again was Adele, whose album "21" scooped up another 15,000, making it four straight weeks at the top of the heap.
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The second best entry of the week went to MC Mario's "Summer Anthems" (6,000) at No. 3, Bad Meets Evil's EP ""Hell: The Sequel" inched up one spot to No. 4, and Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" tumbled three to No. 5.
Selena Gomez & the Scene's "When the Sun Goes Down" and LMFAO's "Sorry for Party Rocking" both moved down from No. 3 to No. 6, respectively, and Pitbull's "Planet Pit" slipped one to No. 8.
Beyonce's "4" took it down another three notches to No. 9, and Colbie Caillat's "All of You" premiered at No. 10.
In the U.S., Blake Shelton's "Red River Blue" (116,000) cruised into first, followed by Incubus' "If Not Now, When?" in second, Adele in third, Chris Young's "Neon" in fourth, and Beyonce in fifth.