1989 (Taylor's Version) Returns to Billboard 200 No. 1

The Billboard 200 albums chart (dated December 30) shows Taylor Swift's 1989 (Taylor's Version) rising 2-1. 

This is the set's fourth nonconsecutive week at the top of the list. Luminate reports that has sold 136,000 equivalent  ,

album units in the United States for the week ending December 21 (a 25% increase).  

The record set continues to gain from vinyl sales boosted by holiday discounts and shopping, 

as do many of Swift's other releases.1989 (Taylor's Version) peaked at No. 1 for two weeks from Nov. 11–18,  

then led the chart for another week on Dec. 9 before returning to the top on the updated chart.After 13 chart-topping records,  

Swift has spent a total of 67 weeks at No. 1, matching Elvis Presley's record for the most weeks at No. 1 among  ,

soloists (going back to 1956, when the Billboard 200 started publishing on a regular, weekly basis). 

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