Green Day's Revolution Radio makes them top of the pops again.
Green Day's Revolution Radio makes them top of the pops again.

On the Charts

Green Day's Revolution Radio debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart, with 8,900 sales and an equivalent 9,500 total consumption units. It is the American band's third chart-topping album and first since '09s 21st Century Breakdown.

Shawn Mendes' Illuminate holds in 2nd place, and Quebec's 2015 The Voice winner Matt Holubowski's Solitudes rebounds to 3.

One Republic's Oh My My debuts in 4th place, their highest chart peak to date. It surpasses the No. 7 peak of their '07 debut release, Dreaming Out Loud.


Drake's Views falls to 5th place, the lowest chart position the album has had in seven weeks--but it still holds the top spot in audio on-demand streams.

Sum 41's 13 Voices enters at No. 6, surpassing the No. 9 peak of the last album, 2011's Screaming Bloody Murder. All of their full length studio albums have reached the top ten.


Norah Jones' Day Breaks comes in at No. 7, her sixth straight solo studio album to enter into the top ten.


Four other new releases debut in the top 30, including Orlando rock outfit Alter Bridge's Last Hero, at No. 15;  Sweden metal band Meshuggah's The Violent Sleep of Reason, at 18; South Korean boy band BTS's Wings, at 19; and LA punk band NOFX debut at 23 with First Ditch Effort.



The Chainsmokers' "Closer" spends its ninth week at the top of both the Digital Songs and the Streaming Songs charts.

Bruno Mars' "24K Magic" picks up the top debut on both charts, landing at No. 3 Digital Songs and No. 10 Streaming. 





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