On the Charts: 30 Seconds to Mars, DMX, Nickelback

August 9, 2006 7:17 PM ET

• Jared Leto's vanity project/rock band 30 Seconds to Mars are doing incredibly well with their new record Beautiful Lie. It sold 17,309 units this week and moving up 13 spots to Number 42.

• DMX's new record Year of the Dog Again debuted at Number Two, selling 125,739 copies in its first week on the charts.

• Nickelback moved up two spots to Number 10 with All the Right Reasons.

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