This week, Justin Bieber became the first artist to earn five No. 1 albums on the Billboard 200 chart before turning 19. His new "Believe Acoustic" debuted atop the list, selling 211,000 according to Nielsen SoundScan. It was one of four debuts in the top 10 -- and all of them arrived in the top four.
As for the rest of the chart, there were of course -- as always -- some movers and shakers. Let's take a closer look at some of them:
-- Local Natives: It's a big week for the Los Angeles band. The act's "Hummingbird" album gives the group its best sales week yet (26,000) and a new chart high on the Billboard 200 as it bows at No. 12. The effort follows the slow-and-steady success of its 2010 "Gorilla Manor" debut, which peaked at No. 106 and has sold 120,000.
-- Colton Dixon: The former "American Idol" contestant bows at No. 15 with "A Messenger" and also starts at No. 1 on Christian Albums, selling 22,000. He's the third "Idol" finalist to reach the top of the Christian tally, following Clay Aiken and Mandisa.
-- Carrie Underwood: A $7.99 sale price on her "Blown Away" album at iTunes lifts its download sales by 84% while its overall climb is 32%. In turns, it jumps 37-34 on the chart with the Greatest Gainer award. In the set's 40 weeks on the chart, it has yet to sell less than 10,000 in a week. This week, its total sales rise to 1.26 million.
-- Fleetwood Mac: The band's classic "Rumours" album earned a 35th anniversary reissue last week -- in various expansive configurations -- prompting its reentry at No. 40 with 11,000 sold (up 527%). The album spent 31 weeks at No. 1 in 1977 and 1978 -- tied with the "South Pacific" soundtrack and Harry Belafonte's "Calypso" for the third-longest run at No. 1 in history. Only the soundtrack to "West Side Story" (54 weeks) and Michael Jackson's "Thriller" (37) logged more weeks at No. 1.
-- Wow Gospel Series: The Wow Gospel series returns with "Wow Gospel 2013," debuting at No. 43 with 10,000. The Wow Gospel series has charted at least one title on the list each year since its first release, "Wow Gospel 1998" (which peaked at No. 100). The new "Wow Gospel 2013" album also starts at No. 1 on the Gospel Albums chart, where its the 20th No. 1 for the franchise. To date, the Wow Gospel albums have sold 5.8 million.
-- Flux Pavilion: The 24-year old DJ/producer's (Joshua Steele) album "Blow the Roof" arrives at No. 58 on the Billboard 200, giving the Big Beat label its fifth top 100 album since relaunching in 2010. Over on the Dance/Electronic Albums chart, it debuts at No. 1 -- the second-ever leader on the tally for Big Beat (following Skrillex's "Bangarang" EP last year).
-- Emeli Sande: A pair of TV performances last week on NBC's "Today" (Jan. 29) and CBS' "The Late Show With David Letterman" (Feb. 1) help push her album "Our Version of Events" to its best sales (5,000; up 105%) week since last June. It makes a massive jump from No. 199 to No. 86 this week.