NEW YORK (AP) - Rapper Ja Rule's Pain Is Love holds on to the Number One spot on the Billboard 200 album chart after moving nearly 221,000 copies in its second week of release. Enya's A Day Without Rain is at Number Two, inching ever closer to the top of the chart after 47 weeks. Georgia-based rapper Bubba Sparxxx
scores the highest debut of the week, landing at Number Three with his Dark Days, Bright Nights, which moved more than 132,000 copies in its premiere week.
Jay-Z's The Blueprint slides from Number Two to Number Four this week. Vancouver rock band Nickelback's Silver Side Up remains at Number Five for the third week in a row, and the Totally Hits 2001 compilation also holds at Number Six. The collection contains some of the biggest hits of the past year, including O-Town's "All Or Nothing, Eve 6's "Here's To The Night," and OutKast's "So Fresh, So Clean."
Alicia Keys's Songs In A Minor is at Number Seven, Linkin Park's Hybrid Theory is at Number Eight, Usher's 8701 is at Number Nine, and P.O.D.'s Satellite takes Number 10.
Other debuts of note this week include Welsh soprano Charlotte Church's Enchantment at Number 15, and the Bones soundtrack--featuring OutKast, D12, Xzibit, Warren G, and Nate Dogg, among others--at Number 39.
Other notable debuts include the O'Jays' For the Love� at No. 53; Trace Adkins' Chrome at No. 59; Kenny Lattimore's Weekend at No. 63; Kidz Bop at No. 76; T.I.'s I'm Serious at No. 98; Kottonmouth Kings' Hidden Stash II at No. 100; God Bless America: United We Stand, featuring Celine Dion, Bob Dylan, and Frank Sinatra, at No. 128; and Leonard Cohen's Ten New Songs at No. 143.