Sugarland debuts at number one on the Billboard album chart with their new Wal-Mart exclusive CD/DVD package Live on the Inside. The album sold more than 76-thousand copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Meanwhile, Michael Jackson, continues to have the top selling album in the U.S. His Number Ones set shifted another 98-thousand copies, placing it at number one on the Top Comprehensive Albums chart for a sixth non-consecutive week. The Now 31 compilation rises two spots to number two, while country quartet Gloriana bows at number three with their self-titled debut effort. The Black Eyed Peas’ The E.N.D. album slides one notch to number four. Kings of Leon move up one spot to number five with Only By The Night, while Daughtry’s Leave This Town drops four slots to number six. Maxwell’s BLACKsummers’night falls four notches to number seven and Taylor Swift’s Fearless climbs one spot to number eight. Last week’s number one album, Fabolous’ Loso’s Way, drops all the way down to number nine, while the 16th volume of the popular children’s series Kidz Bop Kids debuts at number 10.