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This week on the Billboard 200 albums chart, the soundtrack to "Frozen" returned to No. 1 for a fifth nonconsecutive week, marking the longest run at No. 1 for a soundtrack since 1998. The highest debut this week was owned by Cole Swindell's self-titled album, tallying him the highest debut for a new male country artist since Scotty McCreery in 2011.

Let's take a look at some of movers and shakers outside the top 10 of the chart this week…

-- Lake Street Dive, "Bad Self Portraits" (No. 18): Two weeks after appearing in our weekly Bubbling Under feature, the rock quartet collects its best week yet with the arrival of its new album (15,000 sold). The debut nearly bests the to-date sum of its most successful release, the "Fun Machine" EP, with 18,000 sold.

-- We Are the In Crowd, "Weird Kids" (No. 29): The rock band nabs its best week ever on the Billboard 200, selling 10,000 copies in its first week of its second album. The group's first full-length, "Best Intentions" in 2011, topped out at No. 122, with a weekly high of 3,000 (its debut frame).

-- Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles, "Lent At Ephesus" (No. 67): In its second week on the chart, "Lent At Ephesus" slips 49-67 with 5,000 sold, bringing its total to 13,000. It's the third No. 1 album on the Traditional Classical Albums chart for the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles -- their entire output of releases. Last year's "Angels and Saints at Ephesus" spent 13 weeks at No. 1, and was the year's second biggest selling traditional classical set.

-- AC/DC, "Back In Black" (No. 123): Absent from the list since the Aug. 31, 2013-dated chart, the band's best-selling album returns to the list (up by 49%). First released on Atlantic Records in 1980, it was reissued on Columbia Records in 2003. The combined SoundScan-era (1991-present) sales of the two sets stand at 7.1 million.

-- Metallica, "Metallica" (No. 146): At its current rate of sales (about 2,000 to 3,000 per week), this album -- first released in 1991 -- should surpass 16 million in about three or four months. The set (often referred to as "The Black Album") is already the best-selling album of the SoundScan era, and has been since the week ending Dec. 20, 2009.

-- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, "Greatest Hits" (No. 170): Released in 1993, the set is the fifth-largest selling greatest hits album of the SoundScan era, with 8.2 million sold. 4/5 of the top five biggest hits sets are all by rock acts, with Bob Marley's "Legend" (No. 2) the only outlier.