A quick look at the most notable jumps and drops on this week's Billboard 200 albums and Hot 100 singles charts.

The Billboard 200

-- Zac Brown Band: The country group scores its first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 this week with "You Get What You Give," coming in ahead of Maroon 5's No. 2-debuting "Hands All Over." The former sold 153,000, according to Nielsen SoundScan -- about 12,000 more than the latter. The bands were among the six debuts in the top 10 this week.

-- Daughtry: Up 36 slots, Daughtry's "Leave This Town" rises to No. 63 with a 26% gain after the band performed on the Sept. 21 edition of ABC's "Dancing With the Stars." The act's self-titled debut re-enters at No. 158 (up 15%).

-- Kid Rock: The singer's "Rock N Roll Jesus" has the tally's second-largest leap this week, flying 66 rungs from No. 192 to No. 126. The set has been promoted at Walmart with a lower price and re-entered the list in early August after nearly a year off the chart. Kid's forthcoming album, "Born Free," is due Nov. 16 and its title track moves 49-45 on Rock Songs this week... (What's the largest jump on the chart this week? Zac Brown Band's live set "Pass the Jar," jumping 80 slots from No. 159 to No. 79, a gain spurred by the arrival of their new album at No. 1.)

-- "Monster Mash": While we're still a month away from Halloween (Oct. 31), the Countdown Singers' "Monster Mash & Other Terrifying Hits" makes a spooky gain, clawing up 52 slots to No. 138. The Countdown Singers are a studio-assembled group and the album features takes on popular Halloween-appropriate songs, like "Ghostbusters" and "Purple People Eater."

-- Of Montreal: The biggest positional fall on the Billboard 200 this week belongs to Of Montreal's "False Priest," which tumbles 149 positions from No. 34 to No. 183. After debuting with 11,000 last week, it drops to 3,000 sold (down 77%). This chart trajectory shouldn't be terribly surprising; the act's last two charting albums both only spent three weeks on the chart with similar quick descents.

The Billboard Hot 100

-- Bruno Mars: The singer likes things just the way they are atop the Billboard Hot 100, as "Just the Way You Are" holds at No. 1 for a second week. The song returns to the penthouse of Hot Digital Songs (188,000, down 3%, according to Nielsen SoundScan), having been pushed down a spot last week by Rihanna's No. 1-debuting "Only Girl (In the World)."

-- Rihanna: "Only Girl (In the World)" drops 1-3 on Hot Digital Songs and a steeper 3-8 on the Hot 100 as a second-week sales decline (161,000, down 35%) negates a 27% spike in airplay, where it rises 18-16 on Radio Songs with 54.2 million listener impressions, according to Nielsen BDS. The title will undoubtedly rebound in the next week or so as download sales stabilize.

-- Far*East Movement: At No. 6, appropriately enough, is the act's "Like a G6," featuring Cataracs & Dev. The song climbs four rungs while claiming both the Airplay Gainer and Digital Gainer awards. The track flies 7-2 on Hot Digital Songs (180,000, up 31%) and 20-13 on Hot 100 Airplay (58.5 million listener impressions, up 41%).

-- "Glee" Cast: After the series won its time slot with its second-season premiere on Sept. 21 (12.5 million viewers, according to Nielsen), the cast shifts 409,000 total downloads of the five songs made available from the episode, according to Nielsen SoundScan. That's up 53% from the 267,000 sold for the handful of tracks released following the first season's second-half premiere in May. All five of the new tracks debut on the Hot 100, led by the cast's rendition of Jay-Z and Alicia Keys' "Empire State of Mind," at No. 21 (106,000 downloads) and their take on Lady Gaga and Beyonce's "Telephone" (No. 23, 102,000). Those two tracks become the fifth and sixth "Glee" Cast titles to surpass 100,000 downloads in a single week, following "Don't Stop Believin'" (177,000), "Jessie's Girl" (105,000), "Poker Face" (109,000) and "Total Eclipse of the Heart" (134,000).

-- Travie McCoy: He benefits by the "Glee" Cast performance of "Billionaire," as downloads for his original track improve by 56% to 54,000, sending song 42-22 on Hot Digital Songs and 33-26 on the Hot 100. The "Glee" Cast version sells 82,000 to debut at No. 13 on Hot Digital Songs and No. 28 on the Hot 100.

-- Maroon 5: The arrival of Maroon 5's "Hands All Over" at No. 2 on the Billboard 200, and the accompanying promotion surrounding the release, propel lead single "Misery" to a new Hot 100 peak (No. 14) and weekly sales high (71,000). In addition, album cut "Stutter" debuts at No. 84 (31,000).