Luke Bryan stays on top of U.S. album charts

Country star Luke Bryan has scored a second week at the top of the U.S. albums chart with his second number one of the year (13). The singer’s Crash My Party topped sales of 159,000 copies in the past week to lead the Billboard 200 again.
The release becomes only the sixth album to land more than one week at number one in 2013.
John Mayer’s comeback, Paradise Valley, debuts at two with 144,000 first-week sales, R&B trio TGT enter at three with Three Kings and Jimmy Buffett returns to the U.S. top five with his new release Songs From St. Somewhere at four.
Earl Sweatshirt rounds out the top five with his debut album Doris.