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Lil Wayne still top as Beatles and Strait albums debut high

Lil Wayne has scored a second week at the top of the album charts.

The hitmaker's Tha Carter IV rocketed straight to number one last week (07Sep11) with 964,000 sales and he has added another 219,000 to that this past week to stay on top.

Adele's 21 - the chart's 2011 bestseller - moves up a spot to two on the new countdown, while country legend George Strait scores the week's highest debut at three with Here For a Good Time.

The Beatles' 1 hits compilation re-enters the top five at four thanks to the album's release as a digital download and the Red Hot Chili Peppers are at five with I'm With You.

Meanwhile Maroon 5's collaboration with Christina Aguilera, Moves Like Jagger, reclaims the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 from Adele's Someone Like You, which slips to two.

Kelly Clarkson scores the pop chart's highest debut at 18 with Mr. Know It All and actor Hugh Laurie lands his first Hot 100 hit, as Police Dog Blues enters at 58.

His debut album, Let Them Talk, bows on the Billboard 200 album chart at 16 and Laurie lands the number one slot on the Blues Albums countdown with 20,000 copies sold.