Indie-store album sales up 3% compared with last year's Record Store Day

One rock band replaces another atop the Billboard 200 as Fall Out Boy's "Save Rock and Roll" debuts at No. 1, bumping last week's champ, Paramore's "Paramore," down to No. 12. Fall Out Boy bows with 154,000 sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan, the quartet's third-biggest sales week. Only the No. 1 arrival of "Infinity on High" in 2007 (260,000) and a busy Christmas frame for "From Under the Cork Tree" in 2005 (157,000) were larger.

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