Jonas Brothers, Taylor Swift

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First Madea. Now Taylor Swift.

Days after seeing their much-hyped concert flick underwhelm at the box office, the Jonas Brothers had the added indignation of having the film's companion album, Jonas Brothers 3D Concert Experience, fail to sell enough to unseat Joe Jonas' old flame on the charts.

Swift's Fearless moved 73,000 copies for the week ended Sunday to remain at No. 1. The Jonas boys sold 50,000 of their new concert disc to finish at No. 3, per Nielsen SoundScan.

Breaking up might be hard to do, but getting your butt thumped by your ex-girlfriend is even worse. And it probably doesn't help that Swift actually appears on the soundtrack with the appropriately titled "Should've Said No."

Sandwiched in between the ex-couple is Wrath, the new album by Virginia metalheads Lamb of God. The album sold 68,000, a new career-high.

The Slumdog Millionaire soundtrack, meanwhile, finally got the full jolt from its eight Oscar wins. The album jumped another 14 spots to No. 4, selling 44,000 copies. Just two weeks ago, the album sat at No. 48.

Other notable debuts included Jake Owen's Easy Does It at No. 13, Chris Isaak's Mr. Lucky at No. 29 and Somalia-born rapper K'naan at No. 32 with Troubadour.

If she can hold the top spot for one more week, Swift will match Santana's epic 12-week run with Supernatural from a decade ago. That feat isn't like to happen soon, however, since U2's No Line on the Horizon is considered a lock for No. 1 on next week's chart.

Total sales are down 7 percent from last week and down 13 percent compared to the same week last year.

Here's a recap of the top 10:

1. Fearless, Taylor Swift
2. Wrath, Lamb of God
3. 3D Concert Experience soundtrack, Jonas Brothers
4. Slumdog Millionaire soundtrack, various
5. Dark Horse, Nickelback
6. I Am… Sasha Fierce, Beyoncé
7. The Fame, Lady Gaga
8. The Fray, The Fray
9. Intuition, Jamie Foxx
10. 808s & Heartbreak, Kanye West

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