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Veteran electronic act Underworld enters Billboard's Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart (dated April 9) at No. 1 with Barbara Barbara, We Face a Shining Future, its second leader on the list. Underworld's first set in more than five years sold 4,000 in its first week, according to Nielsen Music, marking the British group's best sales week since Nov. 3, 2007, when its first No. 1, Oblivion With Bells, also arrived with 4,000 (although slightly more than its new release before rounding off totals).
Underworld's last album, Barking, hit No. 6 in 2010. Barbara is the act's fifth chart hit and fourth top 10. It's also Underworld's seventh album to impact the Billboard 200 (debuting at No. 200). Three Underworld albums predated Top Dance/Electronic Albums (which premiered in July 2001), but hit the Billboard 200, including its only collection to crack the chart's upper half, Beaucoup Fish (No. 93, 1999).
WHAT'S SHAKIN'?: Baauer bolts onto Top Dance/Electronic Albums at No. 3 with Aa, his first full-length album (1,000 sold). Additionally, the "Harlem Shake" star scores the Hot Shot Debut on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs with "Temple," featuring M.I.A. and G-Dragon, at No. 26. The track sold 2,000 downloads and enters Dance/Electronic Digital Songs at No. 36.