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:

-- Eminem: The artist's "Recovery" spends an unexpected seventh week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, selling 116,000 copies according to Nielsen SoundScan (down 12%). He thus earns the most weeks atop the list since Taylor Swift's "Fearless" strung together 11 non-consecutive frames in the penthouse in late 2008 and early 2009... While a whopping six new entries graced the top 10 this week, let's take a look at those titles moving and shaking below No. 10.

-- Lady Antebellum: As the trio's new "iTunes Session" set starts at No. 17 (18,000) -- while continuing to chart with "Need You Now" at No. 6 (32,000; up 35%), it marks the second time this year the act has notched a pair of concurrent top 20 albums. Over on the Top Country Albums tally, all three of their releases -- including its self titled debut -- are in the top 10 (Nos. 2, 3 and 10). That marks the first time an act has managed the three-feat since LeAnn Rimes did so on the chart dated Sept. 27, 2007.

-- Tom Petty: The icon's "Mojo" motors up 10 slots to No. 32 with an overall surge in sales (up 48%) caused by a jump in downloads (up 193%), most likely from concert ticket/album download redemptions during the past week. Petty has been touring and reminding audiences (via in-concert ads) to redeem their album purchase via their mobile phone.

-- Miley Cyrus: Her "Can't Be Tamed" may slide two spots to No. 42, but it's up nearly 9% in sales (moving from 9,000 to 10,000 this week) after it was
promoted in the iTunes Store for only $7.99 as part of its back to school sale. Other titles that see increases thanks to the iTunes promo include Mumford & Sons' "Sigh No More" (No. 19; up 18%), Kesha's "Animal" (No. 23; up 17%) and the Black Keys' "Brothers" (No. 28; up 27%).

-- Sufjan Stevens: The singer/songwriter surprised his fans by announcing the existence of -- and releasing -- his new EP "All Delighted People" on Friday, Aug. 20. It became immediately available for download purchase via his Bandcamp merch site. The set enters at No. 48 with 9,000 sold after just three days of sales. It immediately becomes his highest-ranking album, surpassing the No. 71 peak of "The Avalanche" in 2006.

-- Elvis Presley: The King of Rock & Roll's "Elvis: Memories" returns to the list at No. 72 following a direct-response TV advertising campaign kicked into high-gear. It went from selling a negligible number the week previous to 6,000 this week.

The Billboard Hot 100

-- Eminem: "Love The Way You Lie," featuring Rihanna, lies atop the Billboard Hot 100 for a sixth week, maintaining its standing as airplay continues to increase, reaching a new high of 154.6 million listener impressions, according to Nielsen BDS. Late to the game, but providing the bulk of its radio bump, are R&B stations which account for 84% of the title's 5.2 million airplay spike. The song climbs 26-22 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.

-- Lil Wayne: Rapper snares his highest Billboard Hot 100 debut as a lead artist as "Right Above It" starts at No. 6 on the strength of 225,000 first-week downloads, according to Nielsen SoundScan -- which is also the incarcerated artist's best sales week with one of his own tracks. Wayne's new single, allegedly part of an EP scheduled for release this fall, bests the No. 10 arrival of "Got Money," featuring T-Pain in September 2008. The download sum for "Right" also surpasses the 194,000 he shifted with "Lollipop" in June 2008. In turn, "Right" earns him his first No. 1 on Hot Digital Songs as either a lead or featured act.

-- Bruno Mars: After appearing on two top 10s this year as a featured vocalist (B.o.B's "Nothin' on You" and Travis McCoy's "Billionaire"), newcomer Mars scores his first top 10 as a lead act as "Just The Way You Are" soars 16-9. The title takes the Digital Gainer award as downloads improve by 55% to 144,000, good for a 12-6 improvement on Digital Songs.

-- B.o.B: With a 11-10 jump for "Magic," featuring Rivers Cuomo, he scores the third top 10 from his debut album two months after Jason Derulo accomplished the same feat. Prior to these instances, it had been four years (Chris Brown in 2006) since a male artist was able to make that claim.

-- Lady Antebellum: In its 54th week on the Hot 100, the trio's "Need You Now" rebounds 33-23. Release of "iTunes Session" EP is the catalyst for the track's rise as 30% of its 45,000 downloads (up 100%) are of the new acoustic version.

-- Rascal Flatts: After 27 chart entries on Lyric Street records, including two top 10s, Rascal Flatts makes its first chart entry as part of the Big Machine family, and does so with the highest debut of its career, as "Why Wait" opens at No. 48.

-- Soundgarden: The reunited group, which placed its first Billboard chart entry in 1990, makes its inaugural Hot 100 appearance at No. 96 with "Black Rain." The band's prior radio hits, including "Black Hole Sun," which peaked at No. 24 on Hot 100 Airplay in 1994, occurred in an era when a physical single was required for entry onto the Hot 100. "Black Rain" debuted at No. 14 on Rock Songs a week ago and dips to No. 16 this week.