This week on the Billboard 200 albums chart, the "Now 50" album spoiled the "Frozen" party, as the former debuted at No. 1 with 153,000 sold in the week ending May 11, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The "Frozen" soundtrack slipped to No. 2 after 13 nonconsecutive weeks at No. 1.
Outside the top 10, there were a number of movers and shakers -- let's take a closer look at some of them:
-- Florida Georgia Line, "Here's to the Good Times" - No. 11 - After 75 weeks on the chart, the album shows no signs of slowing down. This week it climbs 14-11 with 17,000 sold -- up 33 percent. It has yet to rank below No. 31, nor sell less than 12,000 copies in a week. Its cumulative sales stand at 1.82 million.
The duo's current single, "This Is How We Roll," rises 4-2 on the Country Airplay chart, while dipping 3-2 on the Hot Country Songs chart (where it previously spent four weeks at No. 1).
-- Lily Allen, "Sheezus" - No. 12 - It's been five years since her last album, "It's Not Me, It's You," was released. It bowed at No. 5 with 70,000, while her latest begins with 17,000 at No. 12.
-- Various Artists, "All My Friends: Celebrating the Songs & Voice of Gregg Allman" - No. 39 - The all-star album, culled from a live concert special taped in January, boasts the likes of Eric Church, Martina McBride, Natalie Cole and Jackson Browne. With 8,000 sold, the debuts at No. 39 and also at No. 11 on Top Rock Albums.
-- Ben & Ellen Harper, "Childhood Home" - No. 43 - The son/mother team of Ben & Ellen Harper debut on the Billboard 200 at No. 43 with "Childhood Home," the pair's first collaborative album. Released in time for the Mother's Day holiday, "Childhood Home" starts with 7,000 sold in the week ending May 11 (Mother's Day). It also enters at No. 3 on Folk Albums and No. 12 on Top Rock Albums.
Ben and Ellen aren't the first child/parent combo to appear on Billboard's charts. They follow a number of notable family pairings, including Frank and Nancy Sinatra, Ozzy and Kelly Osbourne, Billy Ray and Miley Cyrus, Vicente and Alejandro Fernandez, and Jay Z and Blue Ivy (billed as B.I.C.). But the Harpers stand out from the crowd, as they are a mother/child combo, as opposed to the more frequent father/child pairing.
-- Vampire Weekend, "Modern Vampires of the City" - No. 70 - The iTunes Store discounted select independently-distributed albums to $6.99 and above, helping Vampire Weekend rise 175-70 with a 99 percent increase. The promo also aids Passenger's "All the Little Lights," which climbs 121-61 (up 62 percent) and the Lumineers' self-titled album, which re-enters at No. 117 (up 82 percent).
-- Matthew West, "Into the Light" - No. 113 - Sales generated by Mother's Day help lift the set to a re-entry at No. 113, but the main driver behind its 116 percent increase are venue sales of the album at a Columbus, Ohio concert on May 2 (as part of the Women of Faith Tour).
-- Foreigner/Styx, "The Soundtrack of Summer" - No. 146 - In support of their summer tour, Styx and Foreigner team up for this compilation of re-recordings, which bows with 3,000 sold. Its physical CD is exclusive to Walmart, while its digital equivalent was widely available.
-- Brian Eno & Hyde, "Someday World" - No. 194 - Brian Eno's latest album (a collaboration with Underworld's Karl Hyde) also enters at No. 7 on Dance/Electronic Albums, shifting a little over 2,000 in its first week.