Glee, Vol. 2 is the week’s biggest debut at #3, joining the first volume (#10, +107%), and giving Steve Barnett’s Team Columbia three of the Top 10 at the best time of the year.

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Never mind Santa Claus. This year’s Christmas is brought to you by jolly old Susan Boyle, whose Syco/Columbia album I Dreamed a Dream returns to #1 for the third consecutive week, adding another 583k in sales, and now passing 1.8 million.

Decca’s Andrea Bocelli remains #2, as My Christmas chalks up another 392k, going over the 1.5 million mark.

Glee, Vol. 2 is the week’s biggest debut at #3, joining the first volume (#10, +107%), and giving Steve Barnett’s Team Columbia three of the Top 10 at the best time of the year.

Big Machine’s Taylor Swift continues her role at #4, selling 165k (+27%), with 19/Arista Nashville’s Carrie Underwood rounding out the Top 5 at 110k (+46%).

Jive/ZLG’s Chris Brown is the week’s other top newcomer, with Graffiti entering at #6, scoring 103k, just ahead of Interscope’s resurgent Lady Gaga (#7) at 102k (+29%).

Island/IDJ’s Justin Bieber (#8, +56%) and Reprise’s Michael Buble (#9, +19%) complete the chart rulers.

Warner Bros.Gucci Mane (#11), Virgin/EMI’s Thirty Seconds to Mars (#15), Mailboat’s Jimmy Buffett (#19), Priority/EMI’s Snoop Dogg (#22), Blackground/ Universal Motown’s Timbaland, Atlantic’s Straight No Chaser Christmas Cheers album (#40) and Columbia’s Clipse (#48) also enter the Top 50.

The Glee Cast, Vol. 1 soundtrack scores the week’s biggest gain, moving #23-10, +107%, followed by Bieber (+56%), Underwood (+46%), Capitol Nashville’s Lady Antebellum (#24, +44%), Big Machine’s first Taylor Swift album (#39, +40%) and Michael Jackson’s Number Ones (#33, +36%).

This week’s top streeting albums include J/RMG’s Alicia Keys and Interscope’s Robin Thicke, while next week look for Geffen’s Mary J. Blige, Aftermath/ Interscope’s Eminem deluxe reissue of Relapse: Refill, RCA/RMG’s Dave Matthews Band CD/DVD release, Cash Money/Universal Motown’s Lil Wayne, Polo Grounds/J/RMG’s Hurricane Chris, Epic’s Mudvayne and YM/Cash Money/Universal Motown’s Young Money.

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