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Backstreet Boys Near Five Million Sales Mark For Millennium

Backstreet Boys will retain the No. 1 spot on next week's Billboard album chart, The Billboard 200, as their Millennium held off the closest competitor, Limp Bizkit's Significant Other, by a healthy 57,000 copies this past week. Total sales for Millennium are now staggeringly close to topping the 5 million mark (4,925,463). Next week's only top 10 debut belongs to Violator: The Album, which features Q-Tip, L.L. Cool J, Busta Rhymes, and Missy Elliot, among others, at No. 8. From there, it's a long way for the next debut. Coming in at No. 51 is Rahzel's Make the Music 2000, followed by Coko's Hot Coko at No. 68, Machine Head's Burning Red at No. 88, and Lynyrd Skynyd's Edge of Forever, at No. 96. -- Kevin Raub

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