A look at some of the most notable movers and shakers on this week's Billboard 200 albums and Hot 100 singles charts.

The Billboard 200

-- Taylor Swift: You may have heard something about how the pop/country diva swept in at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 this week, selling 1,047,000 copies of her "Speak Now" album, according to Nielsen SoundScan. As previously reported, it marked the biggest sales week for an album since 2005. Amazingly enough, "Speak Now" sold more than Nos. 2-62 combined on the chart this week and accounted for one out of every six albums sold in the United States last week.

-- Bo Burnham: After notching his first top 40 album last week with the debut of "Words Words Words" at No. 40, the young comedian tumbles hard in week number two, falling 121 slots to No. 161 (the largest fall on the list). It's not uncommon for comedy albums like this one -- where they are derived from Comedy Central stand-up specials -- to fall apart quickly. After selling 10,000 last week, it drops to 3,000 (down 70%).

-- The Beatles: Their reissued so-called red and blue best-of albums ("1962-1966" and "1967-1970") collapse in their sophomore week back on the chart. After debuting at No. 29 and No. 32 last week, they descend to No. 86 and No. 114, respectively. There's a little something for every Beatles music fan this holiday shopping season now. Between the entry-level "1" set (20 tracks), these more expansive double albums and last year's massive studio album reissue series.

-- Michael Jackson: Three out of the four largest positional jumps on the list this week come from Halloween-appropriate albums, led by the King of Pop's "Thriller." It leaps 104 spots to No. 92 with 5,000 (up 82%). "Spooky Sounds," credited to John St. John, has the list's second-biggest leap, up 94 rungs to No. 79.

-- Michael Buble: It would seem that everyone steered clear of Swift's "Speak Now" freight train last week, as few superstar releases dropped aside from her album. The second-highest debut on the Billboard 200 is Michael Buble's "Hollywood" EP, which takes a bow at No. 10 with 26,000. The EP was also available as part of his deluxe reissue of "Crazy Love," which spikes up 88 slots to No. 27 with 16,000 (up 302%), the third biggest jump on the chart.

The Billboard Hot 100:

-- Ke$ha: As mentioned earlier this week, Ke$ha debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with "We R Who W R," lifted by first-week download sales of 288,000, according to Nielsen SoundScan. It's her fifth consecutive top 10 (sixth if you count her featured role on 3OH!3's "My First Kiss"). The track is the preview single from her forthcoming "Cannibal" album, set to be released on its own Nov. 22, in addition to being packaged with her debut album, "Animal," in a deluxe edition titled "Animal Cannibal."

-- Taylor Swift: In addition to her impressive start at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with "Speak Now," Swift debuts 10 tracks from that album onto the Hot 100, led by "Sparks Fly" at No. 17. With her "Mine" falling 13-21, the singer has a total of 11 titles on the list, the most ever by a female artist. Only the Beatles (one week with 14 and two weeks with 12 in April 1964) have placed more songs simultaneously. David Cook also tallied 11 titles (all debuts) on the June 7, 2008, chart, following his "American Idol" coronation.

Counting "Speak Now's" three charting early-release digital singles ("Speak Now," "Back to December" and "Mean"), every track from the 14-song standard edition of "Speak Now" has appeared on the Hot 100.

Meanwhile, "Mean," which debuted at No. 11 last week with 163,000 downloads, falls off the chart, a victim of iTunes' Complete My Album scheme. The early-release singles from "Speak Now" are counted as returns when consumers opt to upgrade to a full album purchase. So it's normal to see such songs drop like a rock during the album's release week, as customers exchange their tracks for an album.

-- Willow Smith: The recently turned 10-year-old just misses the top 10 as "Whip My Hair" snaps 78-11, shifting 137,000 downloads. The sum brings the song onto Hot Digital Songs at No. 4.

-- Kanye West: His "Monster," featuring Jay-Z, Rick Ross, Bon Iver & Nicki Minaj, entered the Hot 100 and Hot Digital Songs last week from sales accrued in a single day. Now with a proper full-week haul, the song rockets 79-18 on the Hot 100 and 69-10 on Digital Songs with the top gain, up 78,000 units to 97,000.

-- Rihanna: The singer's "What's My Name" (featuring Drake) jumps 83-60 with Airplay Gainer honors. Without a digital single contributing to its ranking, the single becomes the lowest-ranked Airplay Gainer winner since Aug. 30, 2008, when T.I.'s "Whatever You Like" took home the prize at No. 71 -- a week prior to its digital release. On the following chart, T.I.'s track soared 71-1. Rihanna should make her own top 10 leap next week as her single hit digital retailers on Nov. 2.

-- "Glee" Cast: The act's 89th chart entry, "Time Warp," appropriately debuts at No. 89. It is the only debut from the "Rocky Horror" episode to chart. It's only the fourth week that the troupe has placed a single entry onto the chart, compared to 22 earlier multiple-debut weeks.