With the post-Grammys sales surge ebbing away — and no other major debuts to battle with — Imagine Dragons cruised to the top of the Billboard 200, as the Las Vegas arena rockers' second LP, Smoke and Mirrors, grabbed the Number One spot thanks to 195,000 units sold. It's the best sales week yet for the "Radioactive" act, besting the opening week sales of their debut, Night Visions, of 83,000 in September 2013. That album, which peaked at Number Two on the charts, went on to sell more than 2.5 million copies.
Last week's winner and the best-selling album of 2015 so far, Drake's surprise If You're Reading This It's Too Late, dropped to Number Two. After selling 495,000 units in four days, the Drake release pushed another 187,000 purely digital copies. Last week's second-place finisher, the Fifty Shades of...
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