The Fray checks in at number three on Billboard 200

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According to Billboard, the best selling act in America this week is still Taylor Swift, who moved 62,000 copies of her latest disc, Fearless, followed by Charlie Wilson, who was good for 71,000 copies of Uncle Charlie, his latest, and the Fray, which sold another 53,000 copies of its self-titled sophomore release. While we're certainly no mathletes, by our count, given this week's tally, that puts the act somewhere around 307,000 units sold, meaning the record is headed toward gold status if the Fray manages to keep up this pace.

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