As long as there is snow and sub-zero weather across the States, there will, it seems, be a market for Disney’s animated blockbuster Frozen. The film has earned over $348 million at the box office, and its accompanying soundtrack now returns to the top of the Billboard 200 for a third non-consecutive week. (Bruce Springsteen‘s High Hopes, which briefly interrupted Frozen‘s chart-topping run last week, plunges to #8.) Billboard notes that the Frozen soundtrack sold another 93,000 copies, bringing its overall total to 769,000.
Elsewhere, the 2014 Grammy Nominees compilation debuts at #2 (59,000), while A Great Big World enter at #4 with debut album Is There Anybody Out There? (48,000).
See how the rest of the Top 10 shook out below.
The Top 10 Of The Billboard 200 Chart
1. Soundtrack, Frozen *3 weeks*
2. Various, 2014 Grammy Nominees *new*
3. Beyonce, Beyonce
4. A Great Big World, Is There Anybody Out There? *new*
5. Lorde, Pure Heroine
6. Kidz Bop, Kidz Bop 25
7. Young The Giant, Mind Over Matter *new*
8. Bruce Springsteen, High Hopes
9. Katy Perry, Prism
10. Eminem, The Marshall Mathers LP 2
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