Swift Back To No. 1 As Plant/Krauss, Coldplay Soar

In a chart week encompassing Grammy boosts and Valentine's Day sales, Taylor Swift's Big Machine effort "Fearless" returns to the top of The Billboard 200. The set moved 92,000 copies on a 44% sales jump, resulting in its nine non-consecutive weeks at No. 1. The last album spend more time at the top was Santana's "Supernatural," which enjoyed 12 weeks at No. 1 in 1999 and 2000.

Selling 77,000 on a whopping 715% increase, Robert Plant and Alison Krauss' "Raising Sand" (Rounder) zooms 69-2 following its album of the year win at the Grammys. The set debuted at No. 2 in late 2007 with 112,000 and has now sold 1.26 million to date.

Coldplay's "Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends" (Capitol rebounds 31-8 with 62,000 (+271%); the album generated three Grammys, including song of the year for "Viva La Vida." Best new artist winner Adele's Columbia debut "19" climbs from 27-10 with 57,000 on 218% bump, and the "Grammy Nominees 2009" compilation posts a 114% increase to 61,000, resulting in a 12-9 jump.

Elsewhere on The Bilboard 2000, India.Arie's "Testimony: Vol. 2 -- Love & Politics" (Universal Republic) arrives at No. 3 with 76,000. The singer/songwriter's last release, 2006's "Testimony: Vol. 1 -- Life & Relationship," started at No. 1 with 161,000.

After topping the chart last week, the Fray's self-titled Epic album slips to No. 4 with 75,000 (-58%). Directly behind is Lily Allen's sophomore album, "It's Not Me, It's You" (Capitol), which starts with 70,000 at No. 5. The British singer's debut release, 2007's "Alright, Still...," bowed at No. 20 with 34,000.

Bruce Springsteen's "Working on a Dream" (Columbia) falls 2-6 with 65,000 (-36%), and R&B crooner Bobby Valentino's "The Rebirth" (Blu Kolla Dreams/Capitol) enters at No. 7 with 64,000 copies. The artist's new single, "Beep," is No. 14 on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart this week.

"Saturday Night Live" star Andy Samberg's comedy troupe the Lonely Island earns a No. 13 entry for its Universal Republic debut, "Incredibad," which sold 48,000 copies. Other debuts this week include Red's "Innocence & Instinct" (Essential) at No. 15 with 39,000 and Ryan Leslie's self-titled NextSelection/Casablanca debut at No. 35 with 24,000.

At 8.56 million units, sales are up 16.8% compared to last week, but are off by 12.6% compared to the same week in 2008.