HOLLYWOOD — The “Bad Boys II” soundtrack (Bad Boy/Universal) stayed in the top slot for the fourth consecutive week — a week that had good news only for country singer Wynonna and a few soundtracks.

Wynonna’s “What the World Needs Now” (Curb) was the only disc debuting in the top 50; it landed at No. 8 on sales of 54,000, according to figures compiled by SoundScan for the week that ended Sunday. Among the top 20, only Staind’s “14 Shades of Grey” (Elektra) saw a bump in sales from last week, moving up eight slots to No. 15 on sales of 38,000 units.

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Moviegoers, though, apparently were streaming into music stores. The “Lizzie McGuire” soundtrack (Disney) held steady at slightly less than 36,000 sold but rose to No. 17, while Universal’s “American Wedding” jumped 21 slots to No. 23 (33,000). The biggest chart climber — for all albums — was Hollywood’s “Freaky Friday” disc, which moved up 99 spaces to No. 32. CD sold 29,000 units in its second week of release. The score to “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl” (Disney) also moved up — to 76 from 85 — on sales of 15,000-plus.

The top 10 remained relatively unchanged with “Now That’s What I Call Music, Vol. 13” (Universal) in second on sales of nearly 82,000, followed by Evanesence’s “Fallen” (Windup) and Beyonce’s “Dangerously in Love” (Columbia), which has now sold more than a million copies. Norah Jones, who sold her usual 59,000 copies of “Come Away With Me” (Blue Note), moved up three spaces to No. 7.

Sales slow

Five discs debuted between 51 and 100 — including Ween’s “Quebec” at 81 and Smash Mouth’s “Get the Picture?” at 100 — but only 11 of the top 100 albums saw sales increases from the previous week. Among them was Yo-Yo Ma’s “Obrigado Brazil” (Sony Classical), which moved almost 18,000 copies, and Steely Dan’s “Everything Must Go” (Warners), up 17 spaces to 99.