The top three slots on The Billboard 200 remain static this week, as Coldplay's "Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends" starts a second week at No. 1. The Capitol effort moved 249,000 U.S. copies, according to Nielsen Soundscan, a 66% drop from its 721,000 start.

Lil Wayne's Cash Money/Universal set "Tha Carter III" sticks to No. 2 with 209,000 (-32%) as the Jonas Brothers-led soundtrack to Disney's "Camp Rock" stays at No. 3 with 169,000 (-10%).

Motley Crue's "Saints of Los Angeles" (Masters 2008/Motley) debuts at No. 4 with 99,000 copies. The band's best album chart feat came with 1989's "Dr. Feelgood," which reached No. 1.

After experiencing a number of release date shifts, Three 6 Mafia's Hypnotize Minds/Columbia album "Last 2 Walk" finally strides onto the chart at No. 5 with 77,000. The Academy Award-winning rap duo's last album, "Most Known Unknown," peaked at No. 3.

The multi-label "Now 28" compilation slides 4-6 with 66,000 (-19%), while Usher's LaFace/Zomba set "Here I Stand" descends 6-7 with a 21% sales decrease to 52,000.

Rock act Shinedown's third effort for Atlantic, "The Sound of Madness," starts at No. 8 with 50,000, the band's best charting album yet. The group's 2004 debut "Leave a Whisper" topped the Heatseekers tally that year and peaked at No. 53 on the big chart, while 2005's "Us and Them" had a No. 23 start.

Disturbed's Warner Bros. album "Indestructible" declines 8-9 with 50,000 (-16%) while Rihanna's "Good Girl Gone Bad" (SRP/Def Jam) slips 7-10 with 47,000, a 26% sales hit.

Sigur Ros enjoys its best showing on The Billboard 200 this week with "Med Sud I Eyrum Vid Splium Endalaust" (XL), which bows at No. 15 with 32,000. "Takk" was their previous best, peaking at No. 27 in 2005.

Other debuts this week include Cute I What We Aim For's "Rotation" at No. 21 (Fueled by Ramen, 23,000), Amos Lee's Blue Note set "Last Days at the Lodge" at No. 29 (16,000) and Dwele's "...Sketches of a Man" at No. 35 (Koch, 14,000).

Album sales are down 7.66% from last week's sum at 7.6 million units, and are down 13.2% compared to the same week last year.