Radiohead knocked off top of US chart by Alicia Keys

Indie rock 'Juno' soundtrack comes in at Number Three

Radiohead have been knocked off the top of the US Billboard chart by Alicia Keys this week.

After nine weeks on the chart, Keys‘As I Am’ has unseated Radiohead‘s ‘In Rainbows’, which debuted at Number One last week.

‘As I Am’ sold 70,000 copies, a fairly low total for the week’s best-selling album, while Radiohead sold 69,000.

The indie-rock heavy ‘Juno’ soundtrack – featuring songs from Belle & Sebastian, Cat Power and The Kinks – made a strong showing at Number Three, selling 68,000 copies – a 78 per cent increase from last week.

Meanwhile, Radiohead are playing a London gig tonight at 93 Feet East at 9.30pm (GMT).

NME.COM will be bringing you a special blog live from the gig so you can follow all the action.

Head to NME.COM/blog now NME Blog for continued coverage of Radiohead’s live show tonight.

The show will also be webcast on

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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