SHINee Earn Second No. 1 on World Albums With 'Odd'

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The boy band also goes Top 10 on Heatseekers Albums chart.

SHINee's new album might be Odd, but U.S. fans still loved it.

The boy band notches their second No. 1 on Billboard's World Albums chart after the new record sold 2,000 copies, according Nielsen Music. The set also debuts at No. 9 on Billboard's Heatseekers Albums chart, which is SHINee's fourth Top 10 album on the ranking.

The new album is SHINee's first release as a group since 2013's Everybody, which peaked at No. 2 on World Albums the week of Nov. 2. The quintet last the topped the chart with another 2013 release, Why So Serious?: The Misconceptions of Me, that ruled the week of May 11. 

SHINee's earning a second No. 1 on World Albums makes them just the fifth K-pop act to score multiple chart-toppers on the tally. They join EXO, Girls' Generation-TTS and G-Dragon (all with two) plus B.A.P (with three). Furthermore, SHINee member Jonghyun has now graced the top slot three times: twice with his bandmates and once with his solo EP Base. Notably, three out of the five acts to earn multiple chart-toppers come from SM Entertainment with SHINee, Girls' Generation-TTS and EXO all managed by the same Korean label.

Odd is led by the house-inspired single "View," which debuts at No. 2 on the World Digital Songs chart, making it the biggest-selling K-pop song in America this week, along with the highest new entry this week.

SHINee was one of the biggest-selling K-pop acts in America in 2013, becoming one of the first Korean musicians to rank of Billboard's year-end World Albums chart. With another No. 1 under their belt, the group seems set for another big year of sales.