Taylor Swift Back in Familiar Territory

This week Taylor Swift has seen her debut record return to the top of Billboard's "Top Country Albums" chart, in it's 84th week of release while Brad Paisley remains at Number One with "I'm Still A Guy."

Taylor Swift continues to sell well and that strong string of sales has left the 18 year old superstar back in a familiar place; on top of the "Top Country Albums" chart from Billboard Magazine. Toby Keith was up one notch from two to three with his career-spanning "35 Biggest Hits" collection. Rounding out the Top 5 are last week's number one artist, Julianne Hough and her self-titled debut record, Carrie Underwood's "Carnival Ride" album and James Otto with his "Suset Man" album.

Over on the "Hot Country Songs" chart Brad Paisley remains #1 with "I'm Still A Guy" for a third week. Right behind him is Rascal Flatts with "Every Day," newcomer Lady Antebellum and their debut single "Love Don't Live Here," Phil Vassar with "Love Is A Beautiful Thing" and at Number Five is Carrie Underwood with "Last Name."