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Chart Roundup: Los Lonely Boys, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Golden Smog

July 26, 2006 6:22 PM ET

It's a bit of a slow week on the charts but here are the highlights:

• Tex-Mex rockers Los Lonely Boys took over the Number Two spot in their first week on the charts with new record Sacred, selling 66,514 copies.

New addition to the emo/pop-punk crusade Red Jumpsuit Apparatus debuted at Number 25 with Don't You Fake It, selling 25,151 albums this week.

• Indie rock supergroup Golden Smog debuted within the top 100 (at Number 95) with new record Another Fine Day selling a decent 9,304 copies.

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