Ar­cade Fire's 'Ev­ery­thing Now' tops Bill­board 200 chart

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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Cana­dian in­die rock­ers Ar­cade Fire's lat­est al­bum de­buted at the top of the U.S. Bill­board 200 al­bum chart on Mon­day, the only new en­try in the top 10 of the chart this week. Ar­cade Fire's "Ev­ery­thing Now," the band's fifth stu­dio al­bum, sold 100,000 al­bum units com­pris­ing sales from al­bums, songs and stream­ing ac­tiv­ity, ac­cord­ing to fig­ures from Nielsen Sound­Scan. Ar­cade Fire pre­vi­ously de­buted at No. 1 on Bill­board 200 in 2013 with "Re­flek­tor" and in 2010 with "The Sub­urbs," Bill­board said. The Bill­board 200 chart tal­lies units from al­bum sales, song sales (10 songs equal one al­bum) and stream­ing ac­tiv­ity (1,500 streams equal one al­bum). Rap­per Ken­drick La­mar's "Damn." climbed three spots to No. 2 while rap­per Meek Mills' "Wins & Losses" held steady at No. 3. Last week's chart-top­per, Lana Del Rey's "Lust For Life," dropped to No. 10 in its sec­ond week. On the Dig­i­tal Songs chart, which mea­sures online sin­gle sales, Puerto Ri­can singer Luis Fonsi's catchy hit "Des­pac­ito" fea­tur­ing Justin Bieber held onto the top spot with 84,000 more copies sold.

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