After 30 years, the first No. 1 album for Rhino Records, a label owned by Warner Bros. Music, is the soundtrack to "Juno," the Oscar-nominated hit about a pregnant high school student who decides to have the baby and give it up for adoption to a yuppie couple.
The album is full of indie-rock gems from the Moldy Peaches’ and Antsy Pants’ Kimya Dawson, Belle and Sebastian and Cat Power, and is the first soundtrack from a Best Picture nominee to top the charts since "Titanic" 10 years ago.
At the beginning of the month it was a digital-only release and by the week ending January 27th, the album sold another 65,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan numbers.
Juno was also nominated for Best Actress, Best Original Screenplay and Best Director categories.