Jason Mraz' Love is a Four Letter Word ALMOST made it to the top this week, but Lionel Richie managed to hold on to the #1 spot by a margin of 12,000 albums and Mraz went in at #2. Train (yep, they're still around) went straight in at #4 with their California 37 LP while rapper  Future's debut studio album, Pluto, entered at #8. In the singles department, Maroon 5's "Payphone" featuring Wiz Khalifa was the #1 digital track (Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine is on our May cover, by the by. Read our feature here) and pushed Aussie pop-wonder/Glee-hater Gotye down a notch. [Billboard]

PREVIOUSLY:
Top of the Pops: Lionel Richie and Monica Are Back