A quick look at the most notable jumps and drops on this week's Billboard 200 albums and Hot 100 singles charts.

The Billboard 200

-- Toby Keith: The country superstar netted his fourth No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 this week with the arrival of "Bullets in the Gun." However, with just 71,000 sold according to Nielsen SoundScan, it marked the lowest sales week for a No. 1-debuting album since the tracking company began powering the chart in May of 1991.

-- Mavis Staples: The legendary gospel/R&B singer's recently-released album "You Are Not Alone" races up the chart 30 rungs (moving from No. 152 to No. 122) -- the third-largest leap on the list -- after the singer chatted and performed on the Oct. 6 edition of Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report." The set is up 30% in overall sales and by 88% in downloads. (Colbert even extended Staples an invite to appear at his Oct. 30 "March to Keep Fear Alive" rally in Washington, D.C.)

-- OneRepublic and Sanctus Real: The two largest positional jumps on the chart this week belong to Sanctus Real's "Pieces of a Real" (moving 49 rungs up to No. 117) and OneRepublic's "Waking Up" (jumping 44 slots to No. 133). The former benefits from a sale promotion at the influential Family Christian Stores chain, while the latter gets goosed in part by the band's performance on "The Tonight Show" (Oct. 8). Both albums are up by 25% in sales.

-- "The Social Network" soundtrack: Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross' score to the David Fincher-directed film "The Social Network" lost a lot friends this week, as it takes the third-biggest tumble on the chart, falling 89 spots to No. 109 in its sophomore week (4,000; down 82%). It's likely its significant first-week of 24,000 was powered by pre-orders and the excitement over the movie's arrival in theaters.

-- Lincoln Brewster and Newsboys: The two Christian acts posted the biggest falls on the list as Lincoln Brewster's "Real Life" falls from No. 61 to No. 156 in its second week and Newsboys' "Born Again" descends from No. 110 to No. 200. For worship leader Brewster, it's not unusual to see core-Christian albums drop rapidly in their second and third weeks on the list, as their devoted fan base usually powers a handsome debut (but can't sustain a lengthy chart life). For Newsboys, the band had benefited from sale pricing at key retailers until the most recent tracking week (thus its 43% drop in sales).

The Billboard Hot 100

-- Bruno Mars: He remains at No. 1 for a fourth week on the Billboard Hot 100 with "Just the Way You Are," aided by a surge to the top (2-1) of Hot 100 Airplay (139.5 million listener impressions, up 9%, according to Nielsen BDS). The title, which led Hot Digital Songs for two non-consecutive weeks over the past month, shifts 180,000 downloads (up 1%), though it falls 2-3 on the sales tally. "Just The Way You Are" has moved 1.7 million units since its release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

-- Taylor Swift: She sets the mark for most top 10 debuts in the history of the Hot 100 as "Speak Now" (No. 8) becomes her sixth title to enter the chart's top tier. She surpasses the five top 10 entries earned by Mariah Carey from 1995-98. The title track from Swift's third studio set shifts 217,000, according to Nielsen SoundScan, to open at No. 2 on Hot Digital Songs, down from the 325,000 moved for leadoff radio track "Mine" in August. The digital countdown to "Speak Now," due Oct. 25, will result in two more tracks impacting the chart the next two weeks with "Back to December" on deck for a debut in a week's time.

-- "Glee" Cast: After earning a one-week high of six debuts a week ago, the "Glee" Cast ups that count by one with seven new entries this week, led by their cover of the Beatles' first No. 1 Hot 100 hit from 1964, "I Want to Hold Your Hand," at No. 36. The song sells 69,000 downloads to open at No. 15 on Digital Songs.

-- Kanye West: The rapper claims the third-best Hot 100 debut as a lead artist as "Runaway" opens at No. 12. Only "Heartless" (No. 2) and "Love Lockdown" have had better starts. The placement of "Runaway" is owed to a No. 4 start on Digital Songs (174,000). It is West's best sales week (again as a lead act) since "Heartless" shifted 211,000 in January 2009.

-- The Band Perry: The trio's "If I Die Young" surges up the Hot 100 (45-27) to a new peak position as the Digital Gainer (up 60% to 50,000) with its best single-week sales sum yet. The act's self-titled album is set to debut next week on the Billboard 200, perhaps in the top 10.

-- Pink: The excitable singer toasts her 20th Hot 100 hit single with the debut of "Raise Your Glass" at No. 51. The track introduces "Greatest Hits ... So Far!!! " due Nov. 16, and starts strong simultaneously at radio (No. 42 debut on Hot 100 Airplay with 26.7 million listener impressions) and at retail (No. 59 on Digital Songs, 26,000).