It's Florida Georgia Line's second full release, but their first to top the Billboard 200. Billboard.com says Anything Goes is debuting on the all-genre list at number one, with first week sales of 197,000. The disc is also at the top of the Country Albums list.
The duo's debut, Here's To The Good Times, peaked at number one on the country chart as well, but stalled out at number four on the Billboard 200. Florida Georgia Line also becomes the third consecutive country act to lead the Billboard 200.
Anything Goes is bumping Jason Aldean's Old Boots, New Dirt from the top spot. Aldean, meanwhile, had unseated Blake Shelton's Bringing Back the Sunshine. It's the first time since October 2010 that different country albums have led the Billboard 200 for three weeks in a row.