Chart Moves: Bruce Springsteen Earns 26th Top 40 Album, Bastille Hits Target With 'Blood'
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This week on the Billboard 200 albums chart, Disney's "Frozen" soundtrack held firm for a 12th nonconsecutive week at No. 1, while Future and Iggy Azalea's latest albums debuted at Nos. 2 and 3, respectively.

Outside the top 10, there were a number of movers and shakers -- let's take a closer look at some of them:

-- Bastille, "Bad Blood" - No. 22 - A newly-released Target-exclusive version of the album boosts its overall sales, as it sells 11,000 for the week ending April 27 (up 13 percent overall and 62 percent at mass merchants) -- its best sales week since February. In turn, it zooms from No. 36 to No. 22.

-- Bruce Springsteen, "American Beauty" (EP) - No. 31 - The four song EP was first released exclusively as a physical album to independent retailers for Record Store Day (April 19). It now debuts on the list this week at No. 31 after its digital debut on April 22 (7,000 sold; up 228 percent).

In total, this is Springsteen's 33rd album to chart, and 26th top 40 set.

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-- Bea Miller, "Young Blood" (EP) - No. 64 - The 15-year old singer -- and former "The X Factor" contestant -- springs onto the list with 4,000 sold. The set serves as a preview to her debut full-length album, due out later this year.

-- Winger, "Better Days Comin'" - No. 85 - Absent from the chart since 1993's "Pull," the rock band returns with its first album since 2009, as "Better Days Comin'" debuts with almost 4,000. It also starts at No. 4 on the Hard Rock Albums chart.

-- Zac Brown Band, "The Foundation" - No. 74 - Both Google Play and Amazon MP3 sale priced the title for $3.99 during the week ending April 27, helping push the set's 73 percent sales gain and re-entry at No. 74 (4,000 sold for the week). In terms of download sales, it vaulted to 3,000 for the week (up by 193 percent) -- its best digital frame since the week ending July 22, 2012.

-- Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles, "Angels and Saints At Ephesus" - No. 158 - After a nearly 8-minute profile on the April 20 edition of CBS' TV's "Sunday Morning," the ensemble's album sales more than double (2,000; up 137 percent) to its best week since last July. It re-enters at No. 158 for its first chart appearance since the list dated July 20, 2013.

-- Drake Bell, "Ready Steady Go" - No. 182 - The singer/actor's first album since 2006's "It's Only Time" (No. 81 peak) enters with 2,000 copies sold. 47 percent of the title's debut week were downloads. The rock set includes covers of Queen's "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" and Billy Joel's "It's Still Rock and Roll To Me."