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Eric Church takes over Billboard album chart with 'The Outsiders'

Eric Church returns to number one
Eric Church returns to number one
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Eric Church's "The Outsiders" reclaims the number one position on the Billboard Country Album chart released this Thursday.

Luke Bryan falls to the runner-up spot with his sixth spring break-themed EP. Florida Georgia Line climbs three spaces to number three. Another Luke Bryan disc, "Crash My Party" holds in fourth place. A compliation featuring ACM-nominated songs debuts at number five.

Cole Swindell, Sara Evans, Dierks Bentley, Jason Aldean, and Blake Shelton complete the top ten best-selling albums this week.

Comprising positions eleven through fifteen are: "10,000 Towns" from the Eli Young Band, David Nail's "I'm A Fire," "Fuse" by Keith Urban, Jennifer Nettles' "That Girl," and "Same Trailer, Different Park" by Kacey Musgraves.

Justin Moore stays at twenty-one for another week with his latest release, "Off the Beaten Path," while a box set from Garth Brooks tumbles down the chart. Also dropping spots are offerings from Scotty McCreery, Jake Owen, and George Strait, which land at numbers twenty-three through twenty-five, respectively.

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