The Rhino soundtrack to "Juno" becomes the label's first No. 1 album on The Billboard 200, moving up 2-1 with a 13% increase to 65,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan. It's the first film soundtrack to top the chart since last year's "Dreamgirls" and the first from an Academy Award best picture nominee since "Titanic" reached the summit on Jan. 24, 1998.

Alicia Keys' "As I Am" (J) flip-flops with "Juno" 1-2 with 60,000 (-1%). Natasha Bedingfield earns her best charting and sales week ever as her sophomore Epic album, "Pocketful of Sunshine" enters at No. 3 with 50,000. Her debut, 2005's "Unwritten," started and peaked at No. 26 with 34,000. Sales of the new project were aided by the single "Love Like This" featuring Sean Kingston, which recently moved into the top 20 of the Hot 100.

Mary J. Blige's Matriarch/Geffen album "Growing Pains" falls 3-4 on The Billboard 200 with 45,000, a 12% sales slip. Descending 4-5, Radiohead's "In Rainbows" (TBD/ATO) moves 35,000 (-24%), while Taylor Swift's Big Machine debut holds tight at No. 6 for a second week in its 66th week on the chart, selling 35,000 with a 2% sales increase.

Teenage R&B star Chris Brown's Jive album "Exclusive" bumps up 9-7 with an 8% sales boost to 32,000. Keyshia Cole's "Just Like You" (Confidential/Imani/Geffen) re-enters the top 10 12-8 with 31,000 (+21%), while Garth Brooks' Pearl collection "The Ultimate Hits" also experiences a 21% sales swell to 30,000, climbing 14-9. Miley Cyrus' Disney double-disc "Hannah Montana 2 (Soundtrack)/Meet Miley Cyrus" clings to the No. 10 slot with a 9% sales increase to 30,000.

Roaring in at No. 12, Cat Power's "Jukebox" moved 29,000 units, a career high chart- and sales- wise. The Matador set follows 2006's "The Greatest," which bowed at No. 34 with 23,000.

Other debuts this week include the Disney compilation "Radio Disney: Jams 10" at No. 18 with 21,000, country newcomer Chuck Wicks' "Starting Now" (RCA) at No. 24 with 20,000, Southern rockers Drive-By Truckers' "Brighter Than Creation's Dark" (New West) at No. 36 with 16,000, Brushfire/Universal artist Matt Costa's "Unfamiliar Faces" at No. 59 with 11,000 and singer/songwriter and "One Tree Hill" star Kate Voegele's re-release of "Don't Look Away" (MySpace Records) at No. 63 with 10,000.

Sales this week are up 4.7% from last week at 7.3 million units. At 30.6 million units, this year's sales total is down 10.3% from the same sum last year