Rock band Disturbed starts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 for the third time as "Indestructible" enters with 253,000 ... It's the first of six debuts in the top 10 this week, as it joins the "Now 28" compilation, the latest from Weezer, a refreshed Journey, a return for Ashanti and Jewel's country debut ... Next week will bring a huge sales number for Lil Wayne's new album "Tha Carter III," but how big? Read on to find out ... Also, in Progress Reports we've got bits and pieces on Carrie Underwood, Neil Diamond and Destiny's Child's Michelle Williams.
No surprise here: Usher's "Here I Stand" starts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with the year's second-biggest sales week -- 443,000. Only Mariah Carey's "E=MC2" notched a bigger week, when it launched with 463,000 in April ... At No. 2 on the Billboard 200, the "Sex and the City" film soundtrack claims the highest debut for a multi-artist theatrical film soundtrack since 2005 ... Al Green earns his highest debut ever on the Billboard 200 as "Lay it Down" bows at No. 9 ... In Progress Reports, we've got updates on Jessica Simpson's country debut and another big hit for Foo Fighters.