Let our journalists help you make sense of the noise: Subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter and get a recap of news that matters. UGK land at #1 on the Billboard album chart with their well-reviewed self-titled album on Jive, selling 160,000 copies on the strength of the Andre-3000-featuring (and Willie Hutch-sampling) “International Player’s Anthem.” Teen pop sensation Jonas Brothers land at #5 with their second release, the first album to be issued in the “CDVU+” format, using 100% recycled paper for packaging and featuring a bunch of digital extras. Austin’s Okkervil River had a surprisingly high debut for their album The Stage Names, landing at #62 after selling around 10,000 copies. The Flight of the Conchords EP, featuring music from the show, sold 6,000 copies, good for #126 on Nielsen’s Soundscan charts. Over in the UK, 20-year-old newcomer Kate Nash debuted at #1 on the album charts with her debut, Made of Bricks. Is all new UK pop music in the Lily Allen-style MySpace-phenomenon mold these days? Well, thankfully, it’s pretty good. Listen to some tracks here or, well, on her MySpace.