Norah Jones remains at No. 1. Eamon debuts at No. 7 with ''I Don't Want You Back''

By Gary Susman
February 25, 2004 at 05:00 AM EST
Norah Jones: ames Patrick Cooper / Retna

The top slot on the Billboard album chart probably feels like home to Norah Jones. Her new album ”Feels Like Home” has spent its two weeks in release there, and this week, it added another 395,000 in sales to the 1.02 million copies sold last week, according to SoundScan. Also holding in place in its second week in stores is Kanye West’s ”The College Dropout,” which added another 196,000 copies, for a total of 637,000 to date.

Evanescence’s ”Fallen,” which has been on the chart for a week shy of a year, jumped four spots this week to No. 3 and sold another 127,000 discs. OutKast’s ”Speakerboxxx/The Love Below” held in fourth place and moved another 122,000 units. Down two spots to No. 5 is Kenny Chesney’s ”When the Sun Goes Down.”

The week’s only top 10 debut comes from Eamon, who entered the chart at No. 7 and sold 106,000 copies of ”I Don’t Want You Back,” which features his hit single ”F— It (I Don’t Want You Back).” Josh Groban’s ”Closer” slipped one slot to No. 6. Twista remained at No. 8 with ”Kamikaze.” ”The Very Best of Sheryl Crow” climbed from No. 11 to No. 9, while Incubus’ ”A Crow Left of the Murder” slid one slot to tenth place.