Bob Dylan entered the charts at Number One with his new album Modern Times, which sold 191,933 copies in its first week — his best first week since the arrival of SoundScan, and first Number One since Desire, if memory serves. Adding to the thrill was the fact that Bob outsold Number Two spot holders Danity Kane by 74,574 copies.
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