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All Time Low Logs Third No. 1 on Top Rock Albums

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Alex Gaskarth, Zack Merrick, Rian Dawson and Jack Barakat of "All Time Low" visit the Open-Air 86th floor observatory at The Empire State Building on April 6, 2015 in New York City. 

All Time Low scores its all-time highest first week sales and highest debut on the Billboard 200 (No. 2) with its sixth studio album, Future Hearts. The set starts with 80,000 units, according to Nielsen Music. The pop-punk band scores its third No. 1 on Top Rock Albums, following 2011's Dirty Work and 2009's Nothing Personal.

With 75,000 in pure album sales, Future Hearts launches at No. 1 on Top Album Sales. Of the sum, 5,000 are vinyl copies, also placing the set atop the Vinyl Albums chart.

All Time Low previously charted as high as No. 4 on the Billboard 200 with Nothing Personal (63,000 sold in its first week). The band's last album before its new LP, Don't Panic, started at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 and No. 4 on Top Rock Albums with 48,000 sold in 2012.

The band also rockets onto the Billboard Artist 100 chart at No. 7, despite very little U.S. radio airplay. The new album's lead single, "Something's Gotta Give," has received fewer than 500 spins to date and the band has never charted on Rock Airplay or Alternative Songs.