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Lee Williams & the Spiritual QC's [ mp3 ]album: Good Time: Live In Memphis (Live)
length: 73:21 min
Tracks of Good Time: Live In Memphis (Live):You Didn't Have To.mp3
Let's Get Down.mp3
I'm Gonna Make It.mp3
Jesus Is Waiting.mp3
Bless Me Jesus.mp3
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Lee Williams & the Spiritual QC's [ mp3 ]album: Right on Time
length: 63:28 min
Tracks of Right on Time:Right On Time.mp3
Nobody But U.mp3
Jesus Made A Way.mp3
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Have Your Way.mp3
I've Found A Friend.mp3
Whatever You Want.mp3
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News from our arhive: Omarions Solo Debut Tops Albums Chart
Perhaps it's fitting that Omarion's left bicep is covered with a giant tattoo of an "O" capped by a crown after all, he is the king of the charts. The former B2K heartthrob's debut solo album, O, sold more than 182,000 copies to take the top spot on next week's Billboard albums chart, according to SoundScan. While his debut managed to best the opening numbers of his former group's self-titled first album, which came in at #2 and sold more than 108,000 copies in March 2002, he wasn't able to beat the first-week numbers of B2K's final studio LP, Pandemonium!, which sold more than 194,000 copies when it bowed in December 2002.
Coming in a distant second on next week's chart is Ray Charles' Genius Loves Company, the duets album that earned the legendary soul singer eight Grammy awards. Last week's #1 record still managed to ride whatever remains of that Grammy buzz — selling more than 109,000 copies — but it did suffer a 51 percent drop in sales from the previous week.
Green Day are next at #3, selling more than 108,000 copies of American Idiot, and right behind them is 50 Cent's former buddy the Game, whose album The Documentary sold more than 104,000 copies in its sixth week of release. Scoring the week's second-highest debut is Tori Amos, whose eighth album, The Beekeeper, sold more than 82,000 copies to open at #5. John Legend is next at #6 (as he lately often is), selling more than 79,000 copies of his Get Lifted album. The kiddie-core comp Kidz Bop 7 opens at #7, providing more than 73,000 screaming kids with the soundtrack to their next minivan excursion. Coming in at #8 is the more adult-friendly Eminem, whose Encore sold more than 69,000 copies and moved well past the 4-million mark in total sales.
Everyone's favorite rock quartet from Escatawpa, Mississippi — 3 Doors Down — finish at #9, selling more than 67,000 copies of their album Seventeen Days. And for the second week in a row, Kelly Clarkson rounds out the top 10, selling more than 64,000 copies of her Breakaway album.
Other notable debuts on next week's albums chart include No Limit Records supergroup Tru (featuring Master P, Silkk the Shocker and C-Murder) at #54 with their album Truth; Southern revivalist rockers Kings of Leon at #55 with Aha Shake Heartbreak; and Grammy winners Los Lonely Boys' live set, Live at the Fillmore, at #69. And hey, next week 50 Cent will be back on the chart — his Massacre album is set to drop on Thursday.