A release during the usually quiet 4th of July week didn't deter sales of T.I.'s "T.I. vs. T.I.P.," which shifted 468,000 units in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan, and debuts at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 and the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. The Grand Hustle/Atlantic set is T.I.'s second chart-topper in the past year-and-a-half; "King" opened at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 with 522,000 copies in late March 2006.

After entering at the summit last week, Miley Cyrus' double-disc set "Hannah Montana 2 (Soundtrack)/Meet Miley Cyrus" (Disney) slips to No. 2 with 188,000 units, a sales decrease of 42%. Kelly Clarkson's RCA set "My December" follows suit, falling 2-3 with 113,000 (-61%). Bon Jovi's "Lost Highway" (Island) descends a rung 3-4 with 94,000, taking a 25% hit.

Velvet Revolver's sophomore RCA album, "Libertad," debuts at No. 5 with 92,000. The supergroup's first album, 2004's "Contraband," climbed onto the chart at No. 1 with 256,000.

Another sophomore set bows inside the top tier this week as Kelly Rowland's Music World/Columbia set "Ms. Kelly" debuts at No. 6 with 82,000. The former Destiny's Child singer was last on the chart in 2002, when her solo debut "Simply Deep" entered and peaked at No. 12 with 77,000.

Brad Paisley's "5th Gear" (Arista Nashville) moves 5-7 after a 27% drop to 59,000, while Amy Winehouse's "Back to Black" (Universal) falls 6-8 with 57,000 (-9%) in its 17th week on the chart.

Linkin Park's "Minutes to Midnight" (Machine Shop/Warner Bros.) descends 8-9 with 57,000, a 1% decline. The White Stripes' "Icky Thump" (Third Man/Warner Bros.) is down 4-10 after a 37% sales slide to 56,000.

Warner Bros.' "Transformers: The Album" soundtrack debuts at No. 21 this week with 32,000, while Victory rock act Silverstein's fourth album, "Arrivals & Departure," earns the group its best charting week yet, entering at No. 25 with 27,000. Other big debuts this week include Grupo Montez De Durango's "Agarrese" (Disa) at No. 41 with 18,000 and Sara Bareilles' "Little Voice" (Epic) at No. 45 with 16,000.

Sales this week are down 1.1% compared to last week's sum at 8.73 million units and down 3% compared to the same week last year.