A quick look at the most notable jumps and drops on this week's Billboard 200 albums chart.

-- Drake: While Drake was the biggest news on the Billboard 200 this week as his "Thank Me Later" entered the chart with a whopping 447,000 copies sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan, a number of other acts made notable chart waves further down the list.

-- The Rolling Stones: No doubt that gift purchases made for the Father's Day holiday on June 20 help fuel handsome gains for a number of Dad-friendly titles on the Billboard 200 this week. Note the Rolling Stones' jump with its "Exile on Main St." reissue, skipping up seven slots to No. 26 with an 11% gain, or the 31% jump earned by Jimmy Buffett's "Encores" at No. 89.

-- Chris Tomlin: Sale pricing on his "Hello Love" at Family Christian Stores enables the set's whopping re-entrance at No. 51 with a 540% gain. Additionally, many Christian albums on the chart see large gains this week, likely owed to Father's Day gift purchases and discounts at Mardel Stores.

-- Gorillaz: The animated act's music video for "On Melancholy Hill" world premiered in the iTunes Store last week, while the retailer also sale priced the "Plastic Beach" album for $6.99. In turn, the set earns a 71% gain, selling 8,000 (up from 5,000 last week). It moves from No. 117 to No. 53.

-- Jeff Beck: A lengthy feature on Jeff Beck and his "Emotion & Commotion" album on National Public Radio's Weekend Edition Sunday on June 13 lifts the album with the chart's largest percentage gain -- 100%. It flies from No. 190 to No. 72.

-- The xx: An Amazon MP3 store daily deal on the self-titled album for $2.99 on June 19 enables its re-entry at No. 92 with a 94% increase in overall sales.

-- Hanson: Falling 113 slots to No. 143 in its second week with a 71% decline in sales, the trio's album "Shout It Out" has the distinction of owning the largest positional drop out of the top 30 since Taylor Swift's "Sounds of the Season" fell 122 spots on the Jan. 23 chart, descending from No. 29 to No. 151.

-- Against Me!: Both of the band's "White Crosses" at No. 136 and Whitechapel's "A New Era Of Corruption" No. 153 take tumbles of more than 100 positions in their second chart week. The titles debuted at Nos. 34 and 43, respectively, last week. Neither chart trajectory is that surprising, since both acts only spent two weeks on the chart with their last albums. Both bands have a hard core fanbase that turns out first-week, but not a lot of widespread mainstream support to sustain long chart life.

-- Joshua Radin: After he serenaded "The Bachelorette" on the June 14 installment of the ABC series with his song "Brand New Day," its parent album "Simple Times" re-enters at No. 151 with 4,000 copies and a increase of 976%.

Billboard Hot 100

-- Katy Perry: The singer remains perched at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for a third consecutive week with "California Gurls," while the title earns the chart's Airplay Gainer award for a second straight frame. Up 16%, the track, which features Snoop Dogg, improves to 122.5 million listener impressions, according to Nielsen BDS, enough for a No. 3 ranking on Hot 100 Airplay. On Hot Digital Songs, "California" cops a fifth week at No. 1, shifting 337,000 (down 6%), according to Nielsen SoundScan.

-- Drake: The singer/rapper, who makes big news on the Billboard 200, also makes an impact on the Hot 100. While "Find Your Love" jumps 10-5, "Over" slips 31-32 and "Miss Me," featuring Lil Wayne, drops 50-63, the rapper/singer debuts four more titles on the list. Those include the top three new entries, led by "Up All Night" (featuring Nicki Minaj), at No. 49. Of his seven charting tracks, all are from his No. 1-debuting album "Thank Me Later," except "9 AM In Dallas" (No. 57) which was concurrently released as a digital track.

-- Mike Posner: The newcomer takes his debut single "Cooler than Me" into the top 10 (14-8) as the title posts the largest digital gain on the chart. Aided in part by the exposure of being iTunes' Free Video of the Week and a significant jump in radio airplay, "Cooler" climbs 9-6 on Hot Digital Songs with 142,000 paid downloads (up 42%), according to Nielsen SoundScan. On the Hot 100 Airplay chart, the title jumps 21-17 (up 25% in audience impression), while moving 15-9 on the Mainstream Top 40 radio list. Posner is the fourth male act to take his first chart single as a lead vocalist into the Hot 100 top 10 in 2010, following Taio Cruz, B.o.B, and Travie McCoy. The latter entered the top 10 two weeks ago, and currently ranks at No. 4. with "Billionaire."

-- Shontelle: The Barbados-born singer has the biggest charting song of her short career with "Impossible," which jumps 25-17. She had previously reached No. 36 in 2008 with her only other chart effort "T-Shirt." She also reaches a new peak on Mainstream Top 40 radio (17-13), which is driving downloads activity. On Hot Digital Songs, "Impossible" improves by 38% to 82,000.

-- Disturbed: The Veteran rock act returns to the Hot 100 for the first time in two years as "Another Way To Die" debuts at No. 81. The song makes a lofty No. 6 debut on Mainstream Rock Songs, the second-best start in the band's 10-year career. In its first week at retail, the track moves 23,000 downloads.