Country duo Florida Georgia Line have scored their first U.S. number one album.
Anything Goes has debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 countdown with 197,000 first-week sales.
The album is the pair's follow-up to Here's To the Good Times, which was released in 2012 and reached number four on the chart.
It becomes the third consecutive country release to debut at number one following the success of Blake Shelton and Jason Aldean's albums earlier this month (Oct14).
Meanwhile, veteran rocker Bob Seger has landed his highest debut ever as Ride Out enters the chart at three, behind Aldean, and Pink's new project You+Me debut at four with their first album, Rose Ave. The duo comprises of Pink and City & Colour star Dallas Green.
Albums from rappers The Game and Hoodie Allen, U2 and Jessie J also enter the new chart top 10.
Meanwhile, Meghan Trainor extends her run at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 pop chart to seven weeks.
All About That Bass also leads a record-extending seventh week of girl power - all five of the top five tracks are hits by women - Taylor Swift's Shake It Off stays put at two for a seventh week, while Jessie J, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj's Bang Bang returns to the top three at three and Iggy Azalea's Black Widow and Tove Lo's Habits (Stay High) round out the top tier.
And ailing country star Glen Campbell returns to the Hot 100 for the first time in 33 years with his final single I'm Not Gonna Miss You, which debuts at 90.
The Rhinestone Cowboy singer, who was forced to retire due to the ravages of Alzheimer's disease, last appeared on the countdown in September, 1981 with I Love My Truck.