Foo Fighters, Pink Floyd Make Big Debuts on “Billboard” 200

Image Courtesy of Roswell Records/RCA RecordsRock is impacting this week's Billboard 200 chart in a big way. Foo Fighters' Sonic Highways and Pink Floyd's The Endless River both made strong debuts on the chart, coming in at number two and number three, respectively.

Both acts are very familiar with being in the top 10 of the Billboard 200. Everyone of Foo Fighters' albums, except for the band's self-titled debut, have peaked in the top 10. Their 2011 album, Wasting Light, was their first record to grab the number one spot on the chart.

Meanwhile, The Endless River makes 10 top-10 appearances for Pink Floyd. The album is the band's first since 1994's The Division Bell, which hit number one. Floyd's record of top 10 appearance will probably stay at 10, as the band has announced that The Endless River will be their final album.

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