News - Bon Jovi and David Bowie lead six top 10 debuts on Billboard 200

Bon Jovi's new album "What About Now" sold 101,000 copies in its first week according to Nielsen SoundScan and entered at the top 10 this week in the Billboard 200 albums chart. It's also the rock band's third straight No. 1 album and 12th studio set to reach the top 10.

"What About Now" is also Bon Jovi's 12th top 10 album.

David Bowie came back with his new album "The Next Day" and sold 85,000 copies. This is the artist's highest-charting album since "Station to Station" which reached No. 3 spot back in 1976.

Bon Jovi - "What About Now" (101,000)
David Bowie - "The Next Day" (85,000)
Luke Bryan -"Spring Break...Here to Party" (61,000)
various artists - "Passion: Let the Future Begin" (48,000)
Bruno Mars -"Unorthodox Jukebox" (43,000)
Mindless Behavior - "All Around the World" (37,000)
Eric Clapton - "Old Sock"(37,000)
Dave Grohl - "Sound City: Real to Reel" (37,000)
Mumford & Sons - "Babel" (31,000)
Jimi Hendrix - "People, Hell and Angels" (30,000)