-- Disturbed: The rock band scores its fourth straight No. 1-debuting studio set as "Asylum" arrives atop the Billboard 200 chart with 179,000 sold according to Nielsen SoundScan. The band pushes Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" aside to No. 4 this week (88,000; down 54%). After you've recapped the top 10, check out what's moving and shaking between Nos. 11 and 200 below.

-- Sanctus Real: The Christian act earns the largest positional jump on the chart this week, as its "Pieces of a Real Heart" vaults 101 slots to No. 76 (6,000; up 92%). The title was sale priced at Family Christian Stores, which helped fuel its large increase.

-- Kid Rock & Uncle Kracker: Both acts see big jumps (Kid's "Rock N Roll Jesus" moves from No. 188 to No. 113, while Kracker's "Happy Hour" hightails it from No. 192 to No. 116) following their performances on the Sept. 1 CMA Music Festival. The ABC concert boasted a number of gaining acts, including Carrie Underwood (62-42 with "Play On"), Rascal Flatts (173-153 with "Greatest Hits") and Brad Paisley (95-73 with "American Saturday Night").

-- Charice: A repeat of one of Charice's appearances on "Oprah" (Sept. 1) lifts her self-titled album back onto the chart at No. 160 with a 240% gain. Meanwhile, the set could continue to benefit in the coming weeks from Charice's addition to the cast of Fox's "Glee" (premiering Sept. 21).

-- Natalie Grant: The chart's biggest fall this week goes to Grant's "Love Revolution," which descends 131 spots to No. 163 (3,000) after debuting at No. 32 last week with 12,000. It's not unusual for Christian acts like Grant to see a hefty second-week decline.

-- Yo Gabba Gabba: The popular Nick Jr. children's show spawns a second soundtrack album which debuts at No. 197 with nearly 3,000 sold. This effort features songs from Weezer, MGMT, Jimmy Eat World, the Apples In Stereo, the Ting Tings and Solange Knowles.

The Billboard Hot 100

-- Katy Perry: She posts back-to-back No. 1s as "Teenage Dream" jumps 2-1, following in the footsteps of "California Gurls" which spent six week at the top earlier this summer. Perry supplants Eminem, who was also enjoying a back-to-back No. 1 run on the Hot 100. "Love the Way You Lie," featuring Rihanna, led for the past seven weeks (1-2) while his last single "Not Afraid" topped the chart for a week in May. "Teenage" makes its surge to No. 1 thanks in part to a copping a second straight Airplay Gainer award, topping 100 million listener impressions for the first time with a 19% audience gain (7-5 on Hot 100 Airplay), according to Nielsen BDS. The track holds at No. 1 for a second week on Digital Songs with 221,000 (down 15%), according to Nielsen SoundScan.

-- Nelly: The rapper returns to the Hot 100 top 10 for the first time in more than four years as "Just a Dream" climbs 13-9. He was last in the upper tier when "Grillz," featuring Paul Wall, Ali & Gipp, topped the list for two weeks in January 2006. The song holds at No. 7 on Hot Digital Songs (127,000 downloads, up 8%) and rises 49-25 on Hot 100 Airplay (38.9 million impressions, up 48%).

-- Chris Brown: As he triumphantly tops the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart for a second week with "Deuces," Brown takes the song 24-19 on the Hot 100, his highest ranking on that list since "Dreamer" peaked at No. 16 in August 2008. That was the same month his pop smash "Forever" hit No. 2 on the Hot 100 and No. 1 (for five weeks) on the Mainstream Top 40 radio chart. While Brown has been able to recapture his hit-making prowess at R&B radio, "Forever" stands as his last appearance on the Mainstream Top 40 chart.

-- Far*East Movement: Rap quartet from Los Angeles makes the second-largest jump on the chart (41-21) with "Like A G6," featuring Cataracs & Devi. The song improves 25-12 on Digital Songs (75,000, up 54%), while airplay impressions increase by 49% to 19.8 million.

-- Cee Lo Green: The Gnarls Barkley vocalist makes the chart's largest leap as "F**k You (Forget You)" soars 96-33 with Digital Gainer honors. On the Digital Songs chart, the track moves 69-19 with 59,000 downloads (up 180%).