Incubus earns its first No. 1 album on The Billboard 200 this week with "Light Grenades." The Immortal release moved 165,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The rock outfit's last set, 2004's "A Crow Left of the Murder," debuted at No. 2 with a 332,000 start.

After six weeks on the chart, the soundtrack to Disney's "Hannah Montana" returns to the upper echelon of the chart, rebounding 7-2 with 157,000 and a sales decrease of -6%. Chris Daughtry's "Daughtry" (19 Recordings/RCA) falls 2-3 with 156,000 (-49%).

The Sony BMG Strategic Marketing Group/EMI/Universal/Zomba hits compilation "NOW 23" slips 3-4 selling 154,000, a sales dip of 47%. The Beatles' "Love" (Apple Corps Ltd./Capitol) steps down 4-5 with a 46% sales hit at 146,000. After debuting at No. 1 last week, Jay-Z's "Kingdom Come" descends to No. 6 with a whopping 80% sales decrease at 140,000.

Only two previously released albums in the top 10 tier experienced a sales increase this week. Sarah McLachlan's Arista holiday album, "Wintersong" shot up 22-7 on the chart this week, moving 116,000 copies (+38%). Another holiday-themed set, the "NOW That's What I Call Christmas 3" compilation, moves 24-10 with 102,000 (+31%). It's the first time two Christmas albums are in top 10 of The Billboard 200 since Dec. 29, 2001.

Akon's "Konvicted" (Universal Motown Record Group) keeps the No. 8 spot warm for a second week with 110,000 and a 33% sales slide. Moving 108,000 copies (-19%), Josh Groban's "Awake" climbs back into the top tier 14-9.

Two more albums debut in the top 50 of The Billboard 200 this week. Clipse's long-awaited sophomore set "Hell Hath No Fury" (RE-Up Gang/Star Trak) bows at No. 14 with 78,000. The Virginia duo's 2002 album "Lord Willin'" started and peaked at No. 4 with 122,000. Another Southern urban troupe, Ying Yang Twins, enters this week at No. 40 with "Chemically Imbalanced" (TVT; 36,000).

Overall, album sales are down 13.3% from last week's count and are down 5.1% compared to the same week a year ago at 14.75 million units. Sales for 2006 are down 5% compared to 2005 at 500.5 million units.