After moving 133,000 copies after the film debuted at number one (with over $30 million in ticket sales), the soundtrack to the Hannah Montana movie is the number one album on Billboard's Top 200. It's yet another sign that the purchasing habits of Tweens control this country's media, as if the success High School Musical wasn't proof enough.
Diddy's Day 26, a group he created on Making the Band, hit number two with sales of 113,000 for their sophomore set, Forever in a Day. Country trio Rascal Flatts hit number three with sales of 107,000 copies for their Unstoppable LP. [Billboard]