Led Zeppelin and Kid Rock are returning to the Top 10 of the Billboard 200 album chart.

Zeppelin's live album Celebration Day bows at number-nine with 101,000 copies sold, according to the latest SoundScan figures. It's Zeppelin's 13th Top 10 album and first since the greatest-hits package Mothership peaked at number-seven in 2007.

Kid Rock's Rebel Soul debuts at number-five with 146,000 copies sold. It's his seventh top 10 album and first major-label album to be sold digitally. Having Rebel Soul available through iTunes didn't seem to help his sales -- it's the smallest debut week for a Kid Rock studio album since Devil Without a Cause started with 4000 in 1998.