October 7, 2004 |
In one of the most dramatic shufflings of the national album sales chart in memory, 11 new releases debuted in the Top 20 on Wednesday, including the new recording of Brian Wilson's '60s concept album, "Smile." Country music group Rascal Flatts topped the chart with "Feels Like Today," which sold 201,000 copies in its first week in the stores. It was trailed closely by "Hilary Duff," the teen pop star's new release, which claimed the No. 2 position with first-week sales of 192,000 copies.