Demi Lovato’s sophomore album, Here We Go Again, will debut at number one on the Billboard album chart after selling over 108-thousand copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan. While Lovato ruled the Billboard album chart, Michael Jackson once again had the best-selling album. His 2003 Number Ones tops the all-encompassing Top Comprehensive Albums chart by selling 154-thousand copies. Daughtry’s Leave This Town, falls from the top spot to number two, Maxwell’s BLACKsummers’night slips one spot to number three, while the NOW 31 compilation holds steady at number four. The Hannah Montana 3 TV soundtrack falls two slots to number five, while the Black Eyed Peas’ The E.N.D. is down one to number six. Jordin Sparks’ second album, Battlefield, bows at number seven, Kings of Leon’s Only By The Night moves up two positions to number eight, Taylor Swift’s Fearless holds at number nine and Lady GaGa’s The Fame climbing one spot to round out the top ten.