Singer/songwriter Jack Johnson scores his best sales week ever and his second No. 1 album as "Sleep Through the Static" debuts atop the Billboard 200 . . . Sheryl Crow finds herself in a familiar place on the chart -- the runner-up slot -- as her sixth studio album, "Detours," bows . . . Lenny Kravitz notches his highest-charting studio set as "It Is Time for a Love Revolution" lands at No. 4 . . . k.d. lang also has a banner week as the singer claims a record high on the Billboard 200, bowing at No. 8 with "Watershed" . . . In Progress Reports, we've got news on instant Grammy chart impact as well as Tom Petty's Super Bowl-fueled sales gains.