Carrie Underwood debuts at No. 1, Beastie Boys have chart resurgence

In this May 1, 2012, photo, country singer Carrie Underwood performs at an intimate iHeartRadio Live show presented by P.C. Richard & Son in New York.
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In this May 1, 2012 photo, Carrie Underwood performs at P.C. Richard & Son in New York.

(CBS News) This week's Billboard 200 chart is all about the old and the new.

Country singer Carrie Underwood topped chart with her fourth studio album "Blown Away," which sold 267,000 copies in its first week. She had the biggest overall debut of 2012, behind Madonna. "Blown Away" also became the country's best-selling digital album debut since 2010.

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The past week also marked a resurgence of Beastie Boys album sales, following the death of Adam "MCA" Yauch on Friday.

The group's 1986 album, "Licensed To Ill," re-entered the chart at No. 18 with 19,000 copies sold. Six other Beastie Boys' albums appeared on the Billboard 200 chart, with a total of 55,000 sets sold in the two days following Yauch's passing.

According to Reuters, online music streaming site Spotify said it experienced a 1700 percent increase in people listening to Beastie Boys songs between May 3 and 4.