This week on the Billboard 200 albums chart, the Black Keys tallied its first No. 1 album, as "Turn Blue" debuted atop the list with 164,000 sold in the week ending May 18, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Michael Jackson came in second place with his new "Xscape," selling 157,000.
Outside the top 10, there were a number of movers and shakers -- let's take a closer look at some of them:
-- Keith Urban, "Fuse" - No. 16 - Guitar-slinger Keith Urban claims a 120 percent sales jump for his set, following sale pricing at iTunes and a May 18 appearance on HSN. The album jumps from No. 51 to No. 16 with 13,000 sold.
-- Demi Lovato, "Demi" - No. 18 - Lovato re-enters the list at No. 18 with a 695 percent sales increase (selling 13,000 for the week), thanks to discount pricing, commemorating the album's first anniversary since its release on May 14, 2013. It was temporarily discounted to $4.99 at leading digital retailers like iTunes, Amazon MP3 and Google Play.
-- Various Artists, "One Love, One Rhythm: The 2014 FIFA World Cup Official Album" - No. 45 - For the first time, a FIFA World Cup companion album arrives on the Billboard 200 chart.
"One Love, One Rhythm: The 2014 FIFA World Cup Official Album" debuts at No. 45, selling 7,000 copies in the week ending May 18, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
The album features contributions from Pitbull, Bebel Gilberto and Ricky Martin (among others) and also debuts at No. 1 on World Albums and No. 4 on Compilation Albums.
The last World Cup album, 2010’s "Listen Up! The Official 2010 FIFA World Cup Album," charted at No. 1 on World Albums. It never sold more than 3,000 in a week. Its sales-to-date stand at 18,000. Four years before that, the 2008 World Cup album, "Voices From the FIFA World Cup," did not chart on any Billboard list. Its cumulative sales are 7,000.
-- Original Broadway Cast Recording, "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical" - No. 60 - Arriving at No. 60, the show is the highest charting cast album since "Kinky Boots" debuted and peaked at No. 51 on the list dated June 15, 2013.
"Beautiful" also jumps from No. 12 to No. 1 on the Cast Albums chart. The set had been available as a digital release since April 1, but was issued on CD on May 13. That expanded availability pushed it to No. 1, and to its No. 60 bow on the Billboard 200.
-- Frank Sinatra, "Sinatra: Best of the Best" - No. 92 - Ol' Blue Eyes crashes back onto the list at No. 92 (re-entering) with a 155 percent sales increase after Amazon MP3 sale priced the best-of for $3.99. So far, this compilation -- the first to gather Sinatra's Capitol and Reprise recordings -- has sold 370,000.
-- Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, "Are We Not Men? We Are Diva!" - No. 102 - The album (whose title plays off Devo's debut album Are We Not Men? We Are Devo!) consists entirely of punk covers of tunes by divas like Madonna, Cher and Barbra Streisand.
-- St. Vincent, "St. Vincent" - No. 108 - Following her performance on the May 17 edition of NBC's "Saturday Night Live," the album returns to the chart with a 106 percent hike.
-- Blondie, "Blondie 4(0)-Ever: Greatest Hits Deluxe Redux / Ghosts of Download" - No. 109 - The double album -- consisting of re-recordings of their hits, along with a new studio release -- debuts with 3,000 sold. The independently-distributed set is the rock band's 10th charting album, and first since 2004.
-- Soundtrack, "Godzilla" - No. 170 - While there have been more than 30 "Godzilla" films, only two soundtracks in the long-running franchise have charted. This one (2,000 sold) and the 1999 version (No. 2 peak, featuring the Puff Daddy/Jimmy Page match-up on "Come With Me.")
-- Foreigner, "Juke Box Heroes" - No. 190 - Who would have thought that sound-a-like rerecordings of the band's classic hits would have sold so well? Yet, this set -- with Lou Gramm's vocals reproduced by singer Kelly Hansen -- has sold 189,000 since its release in 2011.