LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Taylor Swift climbed back to the top spot on the newly revamped U.S. Billboard 200 album chart on Wednesday, in a list that the trade magazine believes now more accurately reflects present-day music consumption.
Swift's "1989" jumped from No. 2 to No. 1 this week with total album sales of 339,000 units, according to physical album sales, digital song sales and online streaming figures compiled by Nielsen SoundScan.