The Jonas Bros. will handily come in No. 1 on the album chart next week as the trio's fourth album, "Lines, Vines and Trying Times,"  tops the chart with estimated sales of up to 300,000.

The siblings push the Black Eyed Peas down to No. 2, but the group still should sell a nice 170,000,  which is a small drop off from its opening frame.

The only other debut in the top 10 should belong to Incubus with its "Monuments and Melodies," a swell greatest hits package with tons of extras for the fans.

Otherwise, according to Hits Daily Double, the top of the chart looks pretty much the same as it has for the last several weeks with Dave Matthews Band, Eminem, Lady GaGa, the "Hannah Montana" soundtrack, Chickenfoot, Taylor Swift and Green  Day all duking it out for prime placement and all selling within the 40,000-80,000 range.