Country star Alan Jackson has scored his fourth U.S. number one album after his GOOD TIMES debuted at the top of the new chart. The singer's new album sold 119,000 copies in its first week on release to land at the top spot and topple Janet Jackson's Discipline, which falls to three, behind another former chart-topper, Jack Johnson's Sleep Through The Static. Two new entries round out the top five - Flogging Molly's Float at four and The Black Crowes' Warpaint, which marks the group's highest charting album since 1992, at five.