*Another week, another Adele accolade.

Her “21” album hits its 17th week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, and has now been No. 1 longer than any other album since “The Bodyguard” soundtrack wrapped a 20-week run at No. 1 on the chart dated May 29, 1993.

Could “21” hold on another week at the top? That all depends on how new albums from Tim McGraw (“Emotional Traffic”), Celtic Woman (“Believe”) and Kellie Pickler (“100 Proof”) — among others — sell this week. Also new to market: the “2012 Grammy Nominees” compilation.

Elsewhere on this week’s chart, the “Kidz Bop 21” album debuts at No. 2 with 59,000 sold. That entry grants the long-running series its 14th top 10 set and fourth to reach the runner-up slot.

The second-highest debut arrives at No. 7 by James Fortune & FIYA, who sees its “Identity” land with 18,000. It’s the best sales week and highest charting album for the gospel singer — who also debuts at No. 1 on the Gospel Albums chart.

As for the rest of the top 10 this week, the Black Keys’ “El Camino” holds at No. 3 (29,000; down 20%) while Drake’s “Take Care” is also stationary at No. 4 (29,000; down 8%). (Only a couple hundred sales separate the two titles this week.)

Rihanna’s “Talk That Talk” is up two slots to No. 5 (20,000; down 8%), Young Jeezy’s “TM103: Hustlerz Ambition” is steady at No. 6 (19,000; down 19%), and Toby Keith’s “Clancy’s Tavern” zooms 22-8 with 17,000 (up 27%). The latter album’s physical CD was sale priced for just $4.99 at Target stores last week. Also only $4.99 last week: George Strait’s “Icon” greatest hits (118-66 with 6,000; up 63%) and Le’Andria Johnson’s “The Awakening of Le’Andria Johnson” (174-79 with 5,000; up 78%).

Rounding out the top 10 are Coldplay’s “Mylo Xyloto” (moving 8-9 with 17,000; down 13%) and Nickelback’s “Here and Now” (falling 9-10 with just under 17,000; down 13%).