Fueled in part by a strong ticket bundle, the Island rock veterans of Bon Jovi have topped HITSSales Plus Streaming (SPS) Chart with 126k for the band’s 13th studio album, This House Is Not For Sale.

Alicia Keys’ new album, Here (RCA), followed at #2 with 55k, while The ChainsmokersCollage EP (Disruptor/Columbia) and NOW’s Now 60 debuted at #5 and #7 with 39k and 37k, respectively.

Pentatonix’s latest yuletide release, A Pentatonix Christmas (RCA), leapt back into the Top 3 in its third week out, earning another 47k. Meanwhile, their That’s Christmas to Me, which dropped in October of 2014 and is currently at 1.8m RTD, re-entered the chart at #42.

DreamWorks movie Trolls, which is responsible for the creation of Justin Timberlake smash “Can’t Stop the Feeling,” hit theaters last week; appropriately, the RCA soundtrack re-entered this week’s chart at #4.

Rae Sremmurd’s SremmLife 2 (Eardruma/Interscope) soared #39-6 this week. The current single, “Black Beatles” has been (and continues to be used) in the viral Mannequin Challenge videos, which have been created by everyone from Michelle Obama to Paul McCartney.

Following a physical release, Travis Scott’s Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight (Grand Hustle/Epic) went #22-15. Powered by ticket redemptions, Red Hot Chili PeppersThe Getaway (Warner Bros.) re-entered at #28. And following the release of its deluxe version, Thomas Rhett’s Tangled Up (Valory/BMLG) re-entered at #31.

Columbia Nashville’s Maren Morris, who was dubbed Best New Artist at 11/3’s CMAs, re-entered at #41.

And since we’re already halfway through November, 2011’s Christmas by Reprise’s Michael Buble re-entered at #44.

As for SPS marketshare, there’s UMG with 46%, Sony with 36% and WMG with 17%.

On the Album Sales Chart, Bon Jovi reigns at #1 with 124k. There, Alicia Keys and Pentatonix also follow at #2 and #3; however, Now 60 came in at #4 and the Trolls ST came in at #5.

Further down, there’s Mr. Misunderstood on the Rocks—a Walmart exclusive and live version of Eric Church’s Mr. Misunderstood (EMI Nashville)—which bowed at #20. Just below that, Amy Grant’s Tennessee Christmas jumped #42-21; ‘tis the season, after all.

And this week’s album sales marketshare turned out to be nearly identical to the SPS one, with 46% for UMG, 36% for Sony and 16% for WMG.

Streeting this week are sets from Epic’s A Tribe Called Quest, A&M/Interscope’s Sting and Virgin/Capitol’s Emeli Sande, along with a Garth Brooks box set—an 11-disc offering that includes his new studio album and Christmas album.