For the first time in over a decade Mötley Crüe is back in the Top 10 thanks to the success of the soundtrack from their new Netflix biopic The Dirt.
The album by the same title debuts at number 10 in Billboard's Top 200, selling close to 30,000 equivalent album units in the US for the week ending March 28.
Crüe is no stranger to the Top 10, appearing nine times now. They last found themselves on the list in 2008, coming in at 4th with Saints of Los Angeles.
The Dirt was released on March 22 and features, along with their greatest hits, four new songs recorded by the now retired rockers.