-- Eminem: The hip-hop king holds at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 for a second week with "Recovery" with 313,000 (down 58%) while the top debut belongs to the-Dream's "Love King" at No. 4 with 58,000. With the top of the tally a bit quiet this week, let's scroll down the list to find some interesting chart moves.

-- "The Twilight Saga": Any album with the word "Twilight" its name seemingly saw a gain this week as the latest film in the series, "Eclipse," opened in theaters last week. The new film's soundtrack jumps 10-3 (65,000; up 69%), "New Moon" rises 158-89 (5,000; up 56%) and the first movie's album climbs 155-99 (5,000; up 44%). Additionally, "Eclipse's" score album bows at No. 20 with 17,000.

-- "Now That's What I Call The USA": Figure that the Independence Day holiday on July 4 prompts a gain for this patriotic set, which rises 72-43 with 10,000 (up 73%).

-- Susan Boyle: The third largest position jump on the list (after "New Moon" and the first "Twilight" album) belongs to the "Britain's Got Talent" winner's debut set, flying 132-85 with 6,000 (up 33%). CBS re-aired its "Sunday Morning" program that profiled the singer on June 27.

-- Slash: iTunes hyped his debut solo set for $7.99 both in its weekly email blast to customers and on the front page of its store. In turn, its up 23% in overall sales and 128% in digital downloads, climbing from No. 152-120.

-- Macy Gray: Her latest album is trending, at least in terms of chart performance, as well as her last two releases. "The Sellout" slides 38-133 in its second week, compared to "Big's" 39-107 fall in 2007 and "The Trouble With Being Myself's" decline of 44-64-107 in 2003.

-- Florence + the Machine: After the act's song "Cosmic Love" was used on Fox's "So You Think You Can Dance" on June 30, the album "Lungs" re-enters at No. 154 with a 79% increase. Meanwhile, Alicia Keys' "The Element of Freedom" also rises 36-27 (up 19%) after two of her songs were heard on the show.

-- Jimmy Buffett: News of the singer's postponed gulf benefit concert perhaps perks up sales for his "Songs You Know By Heart" collection with a gain of 20%, re-entering at No. 188. On July 1, NPR's "All Things Considered" covered the story and CNN's "AC360" interviewed the star.

-- The New Broadway Cast Recording of "Promises, Promises": Falling 130 slots to No. 190 in its second week on the chart, the album earns the steepest drop on the list this week (3,000; down 58%). It's standard operating procedure for a cast recording (which usually has a lot of banked pre-orders that inflate a first-week debut) to fall off a cliff in their second week.

The Billboard Hot 100:

-- Katy Perry: She extends her No. 1 Hot 100 reign with "California Gurls," featuring Snoop Dogg, to five weeks as airplay continues to build for the track, reaching 149.4 million listener impressions, according to Nielsen BDS (up 6%). On Radio Songs, the title holds at No. 2, just 9 million impressions behind leader "OMG" by Usher featuring will.i.am.

-- Eminem: While most top 10 debuts that are download-fueled normally slip in their second week on the list, Eminem's "Love the Way You Lie," featuring Rihanna is able to maintain its No. 2 standing due to a minimal slippage in downloads (down 17% to 280,000; according to Nielsen SoundScan) and the chart's largest airplay gain (up 60% to 50.6 million listener impressions). The title holds at No. 1 on Digital Songs and soars 34-15 on Hot 100 Airplay. Meanwhile, Eminem's "Not Afraid" rebounds 11-10, giving the rapper simultaneous top 10s for the first time in his career.

-- Taio Cruz: The U.K. vocalist makes it back-to-back Hot 100 top 10s as "Dynamite" blasts 14-7, earning the Digital Gainer tag for a second consecutive week. Cruz's debut single "Break Your Heart" peaked at No. 1 for a week in March. His new title improves 10-3 on Digital Songs (up 69% to 189,000) and makes the second-largest jump on Radio Songs (44-28, up 47% in audience impressions). Cruz is the fifth new male lead artist in the past 12 months to make a pair of top 10 appearances following Drake, Jay Sean, Jason DeRulo and B.o.B; the latter four also doing so with their first two singles.

-- Kanye West: He's back and rapping once again as he takes the Hot Shot Debut at No. 22 with "Power," which shifts 80,000 in a partial week of sales (four days). It's his first chart appearance as a lead act since "See You in My Nightmares" ended a four-week run in January 2009.

-- Miley Cyrus: Last week's 22-18 surge for "Can't Be Tamed," due to residual download activity upon the release of the parent album of the same name, was this song's last gasp on the Hot 100 as it tumbles to No. 31. The track peaked at No. 52 on Hot 100 Airplay three weeks ago and falls off that 75-position list this week, the lowest showing of the five songs she's ever placed on that list. Of her top 40 radio hits, only "7 Things" fared worse, failing to make the Hot 100 Airplay chart.