Norah Jones: Thorkild Amdi / Scanpix / Retna

Norah spends a sixth week at No. 1. Her ''Feels Like Home'' sold 147,000 copies last week, easily propelling it to the top of the chart

March 24, 2004 at 05:00 AM EST

Norah Jones must feel at home at No. 1. Her second album, ”Feels Like Home,” just spent its sixth week at the top of the album sales chart, according to reports citing Nielsen SoundScan data released Wednesday. The album sold 147,000 copies, easily beating rapper and R. Kelly collaborator Cassidy’s debut, ‘”Split Personality,” which landed at No. 2. ”Feels Like Home,” which has now sold a total of 2.2 million copies; will face stiffer competition next week, with chart debuts expected from the Vines, N.E.R.D., and Usher.

Godsmack’s ”The Other Side” had the week’s second-highest debut, landing at No. 5, while ”The Very Best of Jackson Browne” had the third-highest debut — all the way down at No. 46. The rest of the top 10 includes Evanescence’s ”Fallen” at No. 3, Jessica Simpson’s ”In This Skin” at No. 4, Kanye West’s ”College Dropout” at No. 6, Kenny Chesney’s ”When the Sun Goes Down” at No. 7, ”Bad Boy’s 10th Anniversary: The Hits” at No. 8, Maroon 5’s ”Songs About Jane” at No. 9, and Josh Groban’s ”Closer” at No. 10.

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