A quick look at the most notable jumps and drops on this week's Billboard 200 albums chart.
-- "Glee" Cast: Tired of hearing about the continuing chart feats of the cast of Fox TV's hit TV show? Yes? Sorry pal, the "Glee" train keeps a rollin' this week. "Glee: the Music, Volume 3: Showstoppers" holds at No. 1 on the Billboard 200  for a second week with 63,000 sold according to Nielsen SoundScan.
-- Stone Temple Pilots: The band's new self-titled album is blocked from the top slot (a debut at No. 2 with 62,000) by the kids from "Glee." 62,000 is the lowest sum for a debuting album in the top two since last August.
-- Lady Gaga: Lady Gaga's "The Fame" flies up six positions to No. 6 with 31,000 and with an 11% increase -- a gain no doubt fueled by the artist's music being featured prominently in last week's episode of Fox TV's "Glee."
-- Brooks & Dunn: As predicted last week, after a full seven days' worth of impact is felt from the duo's May 23 tribute concert (CBS' "The Last Rodeo"), their hits set "#1s ... and Then Some" is up by 211% and climbs from No. 68 to No. 18. Another best-of package -- "The Greatest Hits Collection" -- re-enters at No. 119 (up 174%).
-- Carrie Underwood: The former "American Idol" champ returned to the show's stage last week, performing her latest single "Undo It." In turn, her "Play On" album (which houses the tune) spikes with a 36% increase, rising from No. 35 to No. 24. The track itself makes a handsome jump up Digital Songs (61-18, with 69,000 -- up 165%) and vaults from No. 59 to No. 25 on the Billboard Hot 100.
-- The Beach Boys: As the past Memorial Day weekend is considered the unofficial start to the summer season, it only makes sense that the forever-sunny group's greatest hits album "Sounds of Summer" takes a big leap this week (up 90%) and re-enters at No. 103 thanks to gains at Internet and digital retail.
-- Poison: Poison's greatest hits re-enters at No. 111 with 5,000 (up 117%) after the band's Bret Michaels performed the set's Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 hit "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" on the "American Idol" finale with third-place finisher Casey James.
-- 4TROOPS: Though seemingly an appropriate purchase during the Memorial Day holiday weekend, this patriotic group's set earns one of the largest positional drops on the tally this week, falling 59 spots from No. 54 to No. 113 in its third week on the chart (5,000; down 39%).
-- Sugarland: A May 28 performance by the duo on ABC's "Good Morning America" pumps a gain of 40% for its "Love on the Inside" album (No. 142), while its previous album "Enjoy the Ride" re-enters Pop Catalog Albums at No. 45 with a gain of 41%.
A snapshot of the most notable jumps and drops on this week's Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.
-- Usher: Usher maintains his perch atop the Billboard Hot 100 for a fourth non-consecutive week with his monster smash "OMG," featuring will.i.am. The track moves 2-1 on the Hot 100 Airplay chart (139.5 million listener impressions), extending his lead among male artists for the most No. 1s on that Nielsen BDS-based list with his seventh chart-topper.
-- Katy Perry: Moving back to No. 1 on Digital Songs is Katy Perry's "California Gurls," featuring Snoop Dogg (3-1) with a 16% gain to 269,000, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The title surges 15-10 on the Radio Songs tally in its third week on the list, the fastest climb into that chart's top 10 since T.I. also needed three weeks with "Live Your Life" in October 2008. On the Hot 100, the track increases a notch to the No. 2 spot where it debuted two weeks ago
-- "Glee" Cast: The "Glee" cast debuts at No. 72 on the Hot 100 with Kiss' "Beth," giving the troupe its 54th entry since first bowing 54 weeks ago. In a rare occurrence, two tracks by the cast move up the chart with higher download sales then in their debut week. "Poker Face" 100-20 as the Digital Gainer with 109,000 downloads (up 353%) and "Bad Romance" darts 86-54 with 51,000 (up 70%). As was the case with the two prior chart-jumpers that previously achieved that feat -- "Somebody to Love" and "Defying Gravity" -- the new tracks were made available digitally the week before the episode which contained the performances aired.
-- Lee DeWyze and Crystal Bowersox: This season's "American Idol" winner and runner-up make a more tepid entry onto the Hot 100 and Digital Songs charts  than in past years as Lee DeWyze sends three solo songs onto the Hot 100, Crystal Bowersox one, with the pair teaming up for a fifth debut. A year ago Kris Allen and Adam Lambert combined for nine chart entries in the week that followed the season finale. DeWyze takes the chart's Hot Shot Debut at No. 24 with his coronation song "Beautiful Day." Assuming a dip in rank next issue, the title will be the lowest peaking "American Idol" winning performance and only the third to fall short of the top 10, joining Jordin Sparks' "This Is My Now" (No. 15) in 2007 and Kris Allen's "No Boundaries" (No. 11) last year.