Beyonce racks up her second No. 1 on The Billboard 200 with "B'Day," bypassing her best one-week sum by more than 220,000 copies. The Columbia set moved a whopping 541,000 units in its first week, according to Nielsen SoundScan, the best sales number since Tool's "10,000 Days," sold 564,000 in May.
Audioslave will release the third album of its four-year existence early this fall. "Revelations" is due Sept. 5 via Epic, as part of the band's unusual arrangement under which its music is released on a rotating basis by that label as well as Interscope.
The two-disc "Live in Cuba" captures Audioslave's recent historic visit to Cuba, where the band played the first outdoor free rock concert in the U.S.-embargoed island nation's Anti-Imperialist Plaza in Havana.