Since Michael Jackson’s albums are older and older albums can’t appear on the current Billboard 200 chart, the Black Eyed Peas once again have the number one album in the country after The E.N.D. sold 87-thousand copies. According to Nielsen SoundScan numbers, The Jonas Brothers’ new effort Lines, Vines & Trying Times, slips from the top spot to number two. Regina Spektor bows at number three with Far, the Dave Matthews Band’s Big Whiskey & The Groogrux King slips one spot to number four and Eminem’s Relapse follows suit dropping to number five. Progressive rockers Dream Theater make the highest debut in their career, coming in at number six with their new album, Black Clouds & Silver Linings. Meanwhile, the Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Soundtrack bows at number seven, Lady GaGa’s Fame drops two spots to number eight, Ginuwine debuts at number nine with Man’s Thoughts and the Hannah Montana Soundtrack rounds out the top ten.