Bob Dylan’s latest album, Together Through Life, will debut on top of the Billboard album chart after it sold over 125-thousand copies. It marks Dylan’s fifth number one album and gives him back-to-back number one records, as 2006’s Modern Times also bowed in the top spot. The soundtrack to Hannah Montana: The Movie holds steady at number two while Rascal Flatts’ Unstoppable climbs one spot to number three. Last week’s number one album, Rick Ross’ Deeper Than Rap, takes a 67.5 percent decline, falling to number four with 51-thousand copies after moving 158-thousand last week. Lady GaGa’s The Fame rises two slots to number five and the soundtrack to Twilight stays steady at number six. Meanwhile, the Now 30 compilation moves up two rungs to number seven and rock super group Heaven & Hell starts at number eight with their debut The Devil You Know. Taylor Swift’s Fearless returns to the top ten at number nine and the world music compilation Playing for Change comes in at number ten.