A look at some of the most notable movers and shakers on this week's Billboard 200 albums and Hot 100 singles charts.

The Billboard 200

-- Sugarland and Kings of Leon: The two acts arrived at No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, on the Billboard 200 this week with their latest albums. Sugarland's "The Incredible Machine" turned on at the top of the list with 203,000, according to Nielsen SoundScan while the Kings of Leon's "Come Around Sundown" shined in the runner-up slot with 184,000. They led a total of seven arrivals in the top 10.

-- The Black Keys: The duo's "Brothers" vaults 21 slots to No. 27 with 14,000 (up 64%) after the iTunes Store gave the act some love last week. The set was sale priced as part of the promotion of their new "iTunes Sessions" exclusive set, which bows at No. 79 with 5,000. Down at No. 122, Thirty Seconds to Mars' "This Is War" also feels the iTunes sale pricing love, as it jumps 30 rungs with a 24% increase.

-- Bo Burnham: The 20-year old comedian/singer earns his first top 40 album on the Billboard 200 as "Words Words Words" debuts at No. 40 with his best sales week yet: 10,000 (and the biggest frame for a comedy effort since April). "Words" is also his second No. 1 on the Top Comedy Albums chart. Burnham's first topper came with his self-titled set earlier this year.

-- Susan Boyle: The singer comes roaring back onto the chart with a re-entry at No. 101 with "I Dreamed a Dream" (4,000; up 98%) after she performed on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" last week (Oct. 19). Her second album, "The Gift," is due Nov. 9.

-- Dimmu Borgir: The Norwegian metal band sees the biggest positional slide on the chart this week as its "Abrahadabra" slides 113 rungs to No. 155 with 3,000 (down 65%). As we've noted previously, it's not unusual to see acts with particularly devoted (but limited in size) fan bases collapse hard in their second week, as most of their core consumers purchase new albums upon release.

-- The Dirty Heads and Tom Jones: Each act's latest album returns to the list this week for different reasons. The Dirty Heads' "Any Port In a Storm" cruises back at No. 158 with a 71% jump following its selection as Amazon's daily deal for $2.99 on Oct. 21. As for Mr. Jones, the icon's "Praise & Blame" re-enters at No. 167 with a 134% increase after he was profiled on CBS' "Sunday Morning" on Oct. 17.

The Billboard Hot 100

-- Far*East Movement: The act holds at No. 1 for a second week on the Hot 100 with "Like a G6," which features Cataracs & the Dev, while reclaiming the top spot on Hot Digital Songs with 204,000 (down 9%), according to Nielsen SoundScan, its third cumulative week atop that list.

-- Taylor Swift: She makes a record-breaking arrival with the final single in the countdown to the release of her "Speak Now" album. After becoming the first artist in the 52-year history of the Billboard Hot 100 to post back-to-back top 10 debuts last week, Swift becomes the first act to claim the chart's top new entry (Hot Shot Debut) in three successive weeks as "Mean" starts at No. 11. Her new track arrives at No. 2 on Hot Digital Songs with 163,000 downloads. "Mean" follows the debuts of "Speak Now" (217,000) and "Back to December" (242,000), which started at Nos. 8 and No. 6, respectively, on the Hot 100.

-- Cee Lo: His "F**k You (Forget You)" stalls at No. 17 after opening with much fanfare attached to its YouTube viewership. While the song has moved more than 575,000 downloads since its release in August, it has yet to crack the top 10 of Hot Digital Songs, reaching a high of No. 11 this week, though down 1% (88,000). Radio support, which started strongly, waned quickly as the song peaked last month at No. 46 on Hot 100 Airplay in just its fourth week on the list. The song's not-so-subtle wordplay was perhaps too risqué for radio programmers to spin during the morning and daytime, when more "F**k You"-averse older audiences tune in. For example, 59% of the song's mainstream top 40 airplay in the past seven days (Oct. 20-26) occurred between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m., according to Nielsen BDS. Just 23% was logged in morning drive and mid-days (6 a.m. to 3 p.m.), which garners a greater audience than the evening and overnight shifts.

-- Katy Perry: "Firework," the third single from "Teenage Dream," makes its way to the radio airwaves, debuting at No. 29 on Mainstream Top 40. With top 40 radio continuing to be a noticeable driver of digital sales, downloads subsequently explode by 133% to 20,000.

-- Willow: Will Smith's daughter debuts at No. 78 with "Whip My Hair." She is his second offspring to enter the Hot 100 this year, as son Jaden teamed up with Justin Bieber on "Never Say Never," which hit No. 33 in June. Papa Smith was last on the list in 2005 when "Switch" hit No. 7. Willow's song should make a huge jump next week as the single hit digital retailers on Oct. 26.

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