The Black Keys have locked up the top spot on the Billboard 200 for the first time ever.
The duo's latest album, Turn Blue, lands at number one this week after selling 164,000 copies in its opening frame. Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney managed to best Michael Jackson, whose latest posthumous release, Xscape, debuted at number two this week with 157,000 copies sold.
Turn Blue continues the hot streak the Black Keys have been on lately. It's their third top ten album after El Camino started at number two in 2011 and Brothers opened at number three in 2010.