This week on the Billboard 200 albums chart, the "Frozen" soundtrack chilled for an 11th week at No. 1, becoming the longest-running No. 1 animated film soundtrack in history. It surpassed fellow Disney soundtrack, "The Lion King," which roared for 10 weeks in 1994 and 1995.
Outside the top 10, there were a number of movers and shakers -- let's take a closer look at some of them:
-- Nas, "Illmatic" - No. 18 - The 20th anniversary reissue of Nas' debut album returns to the chart (up 844 percent, selling 15,000 for the week). It also jumps back onto the Top Catalog Albums chart at No. 1, marking its first week atop the list in 10 years. It was last No. 1 following a 10th anniversary reissue in 2004.
-- OneRepublic, "Native" - No. 26 - The album gains by 159 percent (rising 69-26; with 12,000 sold) courtesy of its reissue on April 15 with three new bonus tracks. "Native" was first released on March 26, 2013, and sold 571,000 before its reissue.
-- The Afghan Whigs, "Do To the Beast" - No. 32 - The group's first all-new album in 16 years is also the act's highest-charting set ever, debuting at No. 32. It enters with 11,000 sold -- with 22 percent of that sum from vinyl LP sales. The band had visited the chart twice previously, going as high as No. 79 with Black Love in 1996.
-- Various Artists, "Arrivederci Italy" - No. 52 - This Starbucks compilation of Italian tunes, which enters at No. 1 on World Albums, features contributions from Academy Award winner Sophia Loren ("Che M'e 'Mparato a Fa'") and Ennio Morricone ("Watch Chimes").
-- Ziggy Marley, "Fly Rasta" - No. 129 - With this album's No. 1 debut on the Reggae Albums chart, it gives the Marley family name its 26th chart-topper on the list. Amazingly, of the 140 No. 1s in the chart's 20-year history, 19 percent of them are from a Marley. In addition to Ziggy, the Marleys with No. 1s are Bob, Damian, Stephen and Ky-Mani.
-- The Notorious B.I.G., "Life After Death" - No. 135 - Of the album's 3,000 sold for the week, a three-LP clear vinyl reissue (released for Record Store Day) accounts for 66 percent of its sales. It re-enters at No. 135. Overall, this is the album's best sales frame since the week ending Aug. 12, 2012.
-- Original Broadway Cast Recording, "The Bridges of Madison County" - No. 184 - With nearly 3,000 sold (and a debut at No. 184), it earns the biggest debut for a cast recording in almost a year. The last larger entries came in the week ending June 9, 2013, when the new Broadway cast recording of "Pippin" (5,000) and the Broadway cast of "Motown: the Musical" (4,000) launched.
"The Bridges of Madison County" also concurrently debuts at No. 1 on the Cast Albums chart.