HOLLYWOOD — The “Bad Boys II” soundtrack has logged its third straight week at No. 1 in a frame that saw only the new disc from R&B supergroup LSG making a debut in the top 30.

“Bad Boys II” (Universal/Bad Boy) sold 155,000 units for the week ended Sunday, according to SoundScan figures; the film crossed the $100 million mark over the weekend. Elektra’s “OLSG-2,” from LSG — Gerald Levert, Keith Sweat and Johnny Gill — landed at No. 6 on sales of 66,000.

Universal domination

Labels within Universal Music Group dominated the week’s chart with five of the top 10 releases: the “Now That’s What I Call Music, Vol. 13” compilation came in second on sales of 114,00; 50 Cent’s “Get Rich or Die Tryin’ ” (Interscope) rose five spots to No. 7 on 64,000-plus sold; Ashanti’s “Chapter II” (Murder Inc.) moved 61,000 copies; and Mya’s “Moodring” edged out Norah Jones with nearly 60,000 units sold to reach No. 9.

Evanescence’s “Fallen” made a hard charge to No. 4 from No. 10 on sales of 78,000, a leap of 7,000 units from the week before. Also jumping more than 7,000 units was the soundtrack to “American Wedding,” which did sales of almost 24,000 units in its sophomore sesh; the pic opened over the weekend and grossed $34 million.

Cruz control

Sony’s “Regalo del Alma,” the final recording from the late Celia Cruz, debuted at No. 40 on sales of 24,000. Cruz, who died July 16, also has two compilation albums in the top 200: “Exitos Eternos” (Universal Latin), which was released last week and sold 12,000 units to reach No. 95; and Sony Discos’ “Hits Mix,” which rose 36 slots to No. 106 on sales of 10,000.

The other top 40 debut was DreamWorks’ sister duo JS, which sold nearly 28,000 copies of debut “Ice Cream,” good for No. 33.

Sesh was particularly hard on several acts that saw their sales plummet more than 50% from the previous week: “Strays” from Jane’s Addiction sold 52,000 copies; Brad Paisley’s “Mud on the Tires” dipped to sales of 41,000; and 311 skidded all the way to 29 from No. 7 as “Evolver” sold 30,000.