This week on the Billboard 200 albums chart, Lana Del Rey scored her first No. 1 album as her latest release, "Ultraviolence," arrived in the top slot. The singer/songwriter's second full-length set for Polydor/Interscope Records sold 182,000 copies in the week ending June 22, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Del Rey wasn't the only news on the chart, though, so let's take a look at some of the list's other movers and shakers outside the top 10:
-- Original Broadway Cast Recording, "Aladdin" - No. 45 - The album's June 17 release on CD spurs its 473 percent sales gain and re-entry at No. 45 (6,000 sold). The album saw its digital release three weeks earlier; its total sales stand at 11,000.
-- Dave Matthews Band, "Remember Two Things" - No. 49 - The group's 1993 live album -- which has sold 1.1 million -- finally arrives on the chart after it was reissued on June 17. It sold 6,000 for the week, marking its best frame since Dec. 24, 2000. All told, "Remember" is the group's 24th charting album, stretching back to when "Under the Table and Dreaming" debuted at No. 34 on the Oct. 15, 1994 chart. It later peaked at No. 11 on June 10, 1995. The band has notched a total of 12 top 10 albums -- six of which reached No. 1.
-- Boston, "Greatest Hits" - No. 54 - The album pushes up the chart (130-54) thanks to strong sales of the CD at venues along the band's current concert tour (5,000, up 65 percent). In two weeks' time, it has sold 8,000 -- 30 percent of the album's total sales in 2014.
-- Willie Nelson, "Natural Renegade: Opus Collection" - No. 61 - Nelson's Starbucks-exclusive greatest hits set, released in 2007, debuts with 5,000 at No. 61 (up 2,879 percent) and marks Nelson's 72nd chart entry. Absent from the market since its initial release, the album capitalizes on the release of his new "Band of Brothers" set (which opens at No. 5).
-- Soundtrack, "The Lego Movie" - No. 84 - "The LEGO Movie" soundtrack makes an awesome return to the list at No. 84 with a 404 percent sales gain, following the film's June 17 release on home video. The soundtrack's "Everything Is Awesome!!!" (by Tegan and Sara featuring the Lonely Island) gains by 105 percent in downloads (15,000 for the week).
-- Keith Jarrett / Charlie Haden, "Last Dance" - No. 94 - Veteran jazz pianist Jarrett -- whose discography of more than 70 albums dates back to 1968 -- concurrently earns his first No. 1 on the Traditional Jazz Albums chart with the debut of this collaborative set on ECM Records/Universal Music Classics (3,000 sold). (It's Haden's second leader.) Jarrett has been a presence on the Traditional Jazz Albums chart for decades -- a list that launched on March 11, 1967. He's been especially successful on the list in recent years, notching 18 of his top 10 albums since 2000.
-- The Notorious B.I.G., "Greatest Hits" - No. 104 - Digital discounting on the title brings it back to the list at No. 104 with a 124 percent sales gain, as it rises by 192 percent in downloads.