In spite of a 55 percent drop in sales this week, Carrie Underwood's Blown Away remains at the No. 1 spot on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart for the third consecutive week. The album, which sold another 54,000 copies this week, drops to No. 3 on the Billboard 200 but in just three weeks is already among the year's best-selling discs.

Lionel Richie's Tuskegee is No. 2 again this week, while Luke Bryan stays at No. 3 with Tailgates and Tanlines. The week's top new country album is Willie Nelson's star-packed Heroes, bowing at No. 4 on the country chart, which is, coincidentally, the peak position reached by the icon's 2010 release, Country Music. The album features songs Willie wrote with sons, Micah and Lukas Nelson. Lukas is, in fact, featured on nine of the album's 12 tracks. Other special guests include Willie's longtime pals Merle Haggard, Ray Price and Kris Kristofferson, and newer friends Jamey Johnson, Sheryl Crow and Snoop Dogg.

Kenny Chesney scores a big debut on the Top Country Digital Tracks survey with "Come Over" from the upcoming Welcome to the Fishbowl album. "Come Over" lands at No. 3 with just shy of 60,000 downloads in its first week. Expect big numbers from Kenny after his album hits outlets on June 19.

Elsewhere on that same chart, Dierks Bentley makes a big move up with "5-1-5-0" and Taylor Swift roars back up the chart with "Mean," thanks to the "Glee" cast's performance of the powerful hit on the FOX show last week.

The top-selling country track again last week was Eric Church's "Springsteen," followed by Luke Bryan's "Drunk on You" at No. 2, Kenny at No. 3, Carrie's "Good Girl" at No. 4 and Kip Moore's "Somethin' 'Bout a Truck" at No. 5.