Florida Georgia Line is No. 1 over new albums from Pink, The Game and... U2
That bests the No. 2 on the list, Jason Aldean's former No. 1 "Old Boots, New Dirt," which sold 91,000.
Suprisingly, Bob Seger's never had a higher debut than this week, as "Ride Out" starts out at No. 3 with 59,000. His 1986 album "Like a Rock" eventually peaked at the same spot, so it ties.
Barbra Streisand's former chart-topper "Partners" falls No. 3 to No. 5 with 40,000. Sam Smith's "In the Lonely Hour" rebounds No. 10 to No. 6 with 37,000, after appearances on "The Tonight Show" and "Today."
After a week at all other stores besides iTunes, U2's formerly Apple exclusive album "Songs of Innocence" sells only 28,000 at No. 9. (As Billboard points out, 96% of those sales were for vinyl or CD).
At No 10 is Jessie J's new "Sweet Talker," her highest charting album.
Sales overall for the year are down around 14%.