— Various Artists, Dance Latin #1 Hits 2.0: Los Exitos del Momento - No. 25 — The compilation zooms 122-25 with 16,000 units (up 165 percent), driven mostly by the success of Luis Fonsi’s “Despacito.” Los Exitos del Momento is the only album with the smash hit (which rises 48-9 on the Hot 100), so it benefits greatly from its TEA and SEA.
— Kendrick Lamar, To Pimp a Butterfly – No. 50 — Thanks to the promotion generated by Lamar’s No. 1 debut with DAMN., his former No. 1 To Pimp a Butterfly album flies 109-50 with 10,000 units (up 49 percent).
— Soundtrack, Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 – No. 134 — As buzz builds around the release of Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2 on May 5, the first film’s soundtrack jumps back onto the list at No. 134 (6,000 units; up 41 percent). The former No. 1 album has sold 1.74 million copies.
— Soundtrack, Saturday Night Fever - No. 148 — After more than three years, the classic former No. 1 soundtrack returns to the list at No. 148 (5,000 units; up 549 percent). The album bounces back to the list following the CBS TV special Stayin’ Alive: A Grammy Salute to the Bee Gees, which aired April 16. The star-studded event -- which featured acts like Ed Sheeran and Stevie Wonder covering Bee Gees classics -- helped the Bee Gees-led Saturday Night Fever soundtrack sell nearly 5,000 copies in the tracking week (up 795 percent). The show even sported a tribute from the star of Saturday Night Fever, John Travolta. The soundtrack to Saturday Night Fever spent 24 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in 1978. It was last on the tally dated Feb. 15, 2014, when it ranked at No. 139.
— AJR, What Everyone’s Thinking (EP) - No. 164 — The brother trio reaches the chart for the first time with this EP, supported strongly by the streaming and track sales success of its single “Weak.” The track concurrently spends a second week on the Billboard Hot 100, rising 97-94. “Weak” has generated 58.7 million on-demand audio streams thus far, and has sold 112,000 downloads. (It moved 19,000 copies in the week ending April 20 -- a gain of 59 percent compared to the previous frame.)