This week on the Billboard 200 albums chart, it was all about Justin Timberlake, as the star earned his second No. 1 album this year. His new "The 20/20 Experience (2 of 2)" debuted atop the chart, selling 350,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan. It followed the first "The 20/20 Experience," which arrived to market earlier this year, and debuted at No. 1 with 968,000 sold in its first week.
Outside the top 10 on the Billboard 200 there were a number of movers and shakers. Let's take a look at some of them…
-- Cher and Elton John, "Closer to the Truth" and "The Diving Board" (Nos. 8 and 10): The two pop icons see relatively small second-week sales declines with their respective albums, as both fall by 59%. Comparatively, Kings of Leon's "Mechanical Bull" -- which is also in its second week -- dip by 76% at No. 7. Perhaps the older consumer bases for Cher and John were slower to purchase their albums, thus, spurring smaller drop-offs.
-- All Time Low, "Don't Panic" (No. 19): The band reissued its 2012 album last week (Sept. 30) with extra tracks, dubbing the set "Don't Panic: It's Longer Now!" It includes a handful of newly recorded cuts and remixes. Combined, the two versions sold 14,000 (up 2,667% for the week), marking the album's best sales frame since its debut (48,000) the week of Oct. 27, 2012.
-- Rush, "Vapor Trails Remixed" (No. 35): The group retooled its 2002 album "Vapor Trails," re-mastering it for its reissue last week. The band's Geddy Lee recently told Rolling Stone that the original mix was "harsh and distorted." The new, refreshed album sold 10,000 copies.
-- Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, "Unvarnished" (No. 47): After more than 20 years away from the top 50 of the Billboard 200, rock veteran Joan Jett returns to the tally. Her new studio album, "Unvarnished," bows at No. 47 this week with 8,000 sold -- her biggest sales week since SoundScan started tracking sales in 1991.
To promote the new album (which features collaborations with Dave Grohl and Against Me!'s Laura Jane Grace), Jett visited ABC's "The View" on street date (Sept. 30) and participated in a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything). The set's first single, "Any Weather" (co-written with Grohl), got its first TV performance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Aug. 8.
-- Colt Ford, "Ride Through the Country" (No. 97): For its fifth anniversary, the album was re-released with a handful of new guests replacing some of the lesser-known features on the original set. Among those now on board: Wynonna, Ronnie Dunn and Jamey Johnson. Merged with the original release, the combined sales jumped to 4,000 for the week (up 465%).
-- Randy Travis, "Influence: Vol. 1 - The Man I Am" (No. 120): After a health scare earlier this year that hospitalized the singer, the country veteran is back on the charts with his new covers project. It's his 25th title to chart on the Billboard 200. Over on the Top Country Albums chart, it starts at No. 19, marking his 28th top 40 set.
-- The Nick Hexum Quintet, "My Shadow Pages" (No. 164): The 311 frontman's pop/jazz-leaning side project enters with 3,000 sold. A new 311 album is also on the horizon: in July, the band announced it will release its next set on March 11, 2014. (March 11… 3/11… get it?)