It seems it's never too late to hop on the Norah Jones Express.
For the third time in four weeks, Jones' Not Too Late moved enough copies to rank atop the Billboard 200 album chart. For the week ended Sunday, the disc held that position with another 100,000 sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan numbers released Wednesday.
That brings Late's four-week tally to 953,000 discs. The album is also the first to spend three weeks at number one since last summer's Now That's What I Call Music! Vol. 22.
The only album to knock Jones from the top spot was Fall Out Boy's Infinity on High, which topped the charts two weeks ago and currently sits at number three. Last week, the jazz-pop songbird fended off Gerald Levert's posthumous In My Songs, which debuted at number two debut and now sits at number nine.
This week Daughtry's self-titled disc is the runner-up, selling another 84,000 copies in its 14th week.
Meanwhile, two new albums cracked the Top 10. Kidz Bop 11, offering prepubescent covers of Jessica Simpson's "A Public Affair," Snow Patrol's "Chasing Cars" and Gnarls Barkley's "Crazy," sold over 74,000 copies for a number four bow. The series' previous installment, Kidz Bop 10, is the only volume to open higher, having debuted at number three last August.
Christian music superstar tobyMac entered at 10 with his fifth solo album, Portable Sounds, selling nearly 51,000 copies. The rapper-singer first came to fame with the group dc Talk.
Further down the list, Christian emo-rockers Amberlin sold nearly 36,000 copies of Cities to open at 19. The album is the follow-up to Never Take Friendship Personal, which debuted at 144 back in '05.
Other noteworthy bows included Explosions in the Sky's All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone at 76, the Ataris' Welcome The Night at 85, Kittie's Funeral for Yesterday at 101, Everlife's self-titled at 121 and Comeback Kid's Broadcasting at 129.
Overall, albums sales were down 17 percent from last week, and down 17 percent from the same week in 2006. So far, total 2007 album sales are off more than 15 percent compared to this same point in 2006.
Here's a rundown of the Top 10:
1. Not Too Late, Norah Jones
2. Daughtry, Daughtry
3. Infinity on High, Fall Out Boy
4. Kidz Bop 11, various
5. Konvicted, Akon
6. Evolution of Robin Thicke, Robin Thicke
7. FutureSex/LoveSounds, Justin Timberlake
8. Corinne Bailey Rae, Corinne Bailey Rae
9. In My Songs, Gerald Levert
10. Portable Sounds, tobyMac