Music's biggest night shines on the chart, with album of the year winner Daft Punk returning to the top 10

This week's Billboard 200 is brought to you by the Grammy Awards, the Super Bowl, Amazon MP3 and the Google Play store.

The Grammys, held Jan. 26, affect the charts in full this week, now that seven days of post-show sales have been registered. Meanwhile, Super Bowl halftime performer Bruno Mars (along with special guests Red Hot Chili Peppers) rack immediate gains on the Billboard charts from just one day of impact (Feb. 2). Finally, a bevy of albums collect monster gains in the wake of deep discounting at Amazon MP3 and the Google Play store.

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