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Miley Cyrus comes in at number one on the charts this week with her new album, Bangerz, selling 270,000. At number two is Panic! At The Disco's new full-length, Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die, which sold 84,000. Dropping a spot and landing at number three is Drake's Nothing Was The Same which sold 83,000. More notable sales can be found below. Album sales in the past chart week totaled 4.8 million units, up less than 1% compared to last week, and down 6% compared to the comparable week's sales in 2012. Year-to-date sales are currently at 214.8 million, and that's down 6% compared to the total at this point last year (228.9 million).

Album SalesCassadee Pope - Frame By...
Joe DeAndrea on 10/16/13 - 11:11 AM
Luke Bryan remains at the top spot for the second week in a row, selling 159,000 copies of Crash My Party. John Mayer comes at #2 with Paradise Valley which sold 144,000, and at #3 is TGT, who moved 76,000 copies of their new album, Three Kings. More notable sales can be found below. Album sales in the past chart week totaled 4.9 million units, down 4% compared to last week, and down 3% compared to the comparable week's sales in 2012. Year-to-date sales are currently at 181 million, and that's down 6% compared to the total at this point last year (192.5 million).

Album SalesEarl Sweatshirt - Doris [Debut: 49,000]
Blessthefall - Hollow Bodies [Debut: 22,000]
William Beckett -...
Joe DeAndrea on 08/28/13 - 04:17 PM
Luke Bryan takes the #1 spot this week with his new album, Crash My Party, which sold 528,000 copies. At #2 is K. Michelle's Rebellious Soul (72,000), and NOW 47 lands at #3, selling 52,000. More notable sales can be found below. Album sales in the past chart week totaled 5.1 million units, up 8% compared to last week, and down 3% compared to the comparable week's sales in 2012. Year-to-date sales are currently at 176.1 million, and that's down 6% compared to the total at this point last year (187.5 million).

Album SalesParachute - Overnight [Debut: 15,000]
Hoodie Allen - Americoustic EP [Debut: 11,000]
Yellowcard - Ocean Avenue Acoustic [Debut: 7,000]
Katy Perry - "Roar" (Single)...
Joe DeAndrea on 08/21/13 - 10:13 AM
Selena Gomez knocks Jay Z off the top spot as her debut record, Stars Dance, lands at #1 with 96,000 copies sold. Meanwhile, Jay's Magna Carta... Holy Grail falls to #2 with 77,000 sold, and at #3 is the soundtrack to Disney movie, Teen Beach, and that moved 57,000 units. More notable sales can be found below. Album sales in the past chart week totaled 4.68 million units, down 1% compared to last week, and down 4% compared to the comparable week's sales in 2012. Year-to-date sales are currently at 161.2 million, and that's down 6% compared to the total at this point last year (172.1 million).

Album SalesWe Came As Romans - Tracing Back Roots [Debut: 26,000]
Hands Like Houses -...
Joe DeAndrea on 07/31/13 - 09:19 PM
Jay-Z notches his 13th number one record this week with Magna Carta... Holy Grail, selling 527,000. Ciara returns with her new self-titled record which moved 58,000 units, and J. Cole remains in the top three selling 39,000 of Born Sinner. More notable sales can be found below. Album sales in the past chart week totaled 4.84 million units, down less than one percent compared to last week, and down 13% compared to the comparable week's sales in 2012. Year-to-date sales are currently at 151.7 million, and that's down 6% compared to the total at this point last year (161.8 million).

Album SalesThe Used - The Ocean Of The Sky [Debut: 3,000]
Like Moths To Flames - An Eye For An Eye...
Joe DeAndrea on 07/17/13 - 11:54 PM
Wale takes the number 1 spot on this week's charts selling 158,000 copies of his new album, The Gifted. J. Cole comes in at number two selling 84,000, and Kanye West adds another 65,000 to the total of Yeezus. More notable sales can be found below. Album sales in the past chart week totaled 5 million units, down 10% compared to last week, and down 13% compared to the comparable week's sales in 2012. Year-to-date sales are currently at 142 million, and that's down 6% compared to the total at this point last year (150.5 million).

Album SalesAugust Burns Red - Rescue & Restore [Debut: 26,000]
Attila - About That Life [Debut: 14,000]
Dessa - Parts of Speech [Debut: 6,000]
Forever the...
Joe DeAndrea on 07/04/13 - 01:22 AM
Queens of the Stone Age land at the #1 spot this week with their new album, ...Like Clockwork, which moved 90,000 copies. Daft Punk drops to #2 with 62,000 copies sold, and Sleeping With Sirens make an impressive debut at #3 with Feel selling 59,000. More notable sales can be found below. Album sales in the past chart week totaled 4.9 million units, up 1% compared to last week, and down 8% compared to the comparable week's sales in 2012. Year-to-date sales are currently at 126.3 million, and that's down 5% compared to the total at this point last year (133 million).

Album SalesCity and Colour - The Hurry and The Harm [Debut: 20,000]
Portugal. The Man - Evil Friends [Debut: 12,000]
The...
Joe DeAndrea on 06/12/13 - 11:45 AM
Vampire Weekend takes the #1 spot on the charts this week with 134,000 copies sold. Justin Timberlake sells another 43,000 to end up at #7, and The Wonder Years' The Greatest Generation lands at #20 selling 19,000, making the album the band's highest debut yet. More notable sales can be found below. Album sales in the past chart week totaled 5.10 million, down 8% compared to last week's numbers, and up less than 1% compared to the comparable week's sales in 2012. Year-to-date sales are now at 111.4 million, and that's down 5% compared to the total at this point last year.

Album SalesFall Out Boy - Save Rock and Roll [15,000]
Escape The Fate - Ungrateful [Debut: 13,000]
Demi Lovato -...
Joe DeAndrea on 05/22/13 - 12:23 PM
Kenny Chesney tops the charts this week after selling 153,000 copies of his new album. Michael Buble came in at number two, selling another 96k. Justin Timberlake has now sold about 1,741,000 copies of his new album as he stayed at number three. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis made a healthy jump back into the top 5, selling 35k copies of The Heist. More notable sales can be found below.

Album SalesPhoenix - Bankrupt! [15,000 / 65,000]
Fall Out Boy - Save Rock and Roll [24,000 / 214,000]
Fun. - Some Nights [Total: 1,32,000]
Paramore - Paramore [10,000 / 158,000]
Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! - Pardon My French [Debut: 6,000]
Daughter - If You Leave [Debut: 4,400]
Of Monsters and Men -...
Drew Beringer on 05/09/13 - 02:26 PM
Michael Buble tops the charts this week after selling 195,000 copies of his new album. Fantasia came in at number two, selling 91k. And Justin Timberlake has now sold about 1,673,000 copies of his new album as he hits number three. More notable sales can be found below. Album sales in this past chart week "totaled 5.15 million units, down 5% compared with the sum last week and down 5% compared with the comparable sales week of 2012. Year to date album sales stand at 95.64 million, down 5% compared to the same total at this point last year."

Album SalesPhoenix - Bankrupt! [Debut: 50,000]
Fall Out Boy - Save Rock and Roll [36,000 / 190,000]
Fun. - Some Nights [Total: 1,313,000]
Jason Tate on 05/01/13 - 12:27 PM
Paramore ended up at #1 on the charts this week! Huge congrats to the band for selling 106,000 copies of their new album, and beating out Brad Paisley by 6,000 copies. Justin Timberlake comes in at number three selling 95,000 copies of his album - to put his total at 1.5 million. More notable sales can be found below. Overall album sales in this past chart week totaled 5.4 million units, down 4% compared with the sum last week and down 3% compared with the comparable sales week of 2012. Year-to-date album sales stand at 85.1 million, down 5% compared with the same total at this point last year.

Album Salesfun. - Some Nights (19,000 / 1,281,000)
Tyga - Hotel California (Debut: 53,000)...
Jason Tate on 04/17/13 - 11:02 AM
Justin Timberlake once again was at the top of the charts last week selling another 317,000 copies of his new album. That brings the total to about 1.2 million copies. Lil Wayne debuted at number two with 217,000 copies of his latest and Blake Shelton came in at number three with close to 200,000 copies sold. More notable album sales are included below. Overall album sales in this past chart week totaled 6.52 million units, up 7% compared with the sum last week and up 6% compared with the comparable sales week of 2012. Year to date album sales stand at 74.02 million, down 5% compared to the same total at this point last year.

Album SalesOneRepublic - Native (Debut: 60,000)
Depeche...
Jason Tate on 04/04/13 - 03:41 PM
Justin Timberlake absolutely dominated the charts this week, selling 969,000 copies of his new album. Kacey Musgraves shows up at number two with 43,500 copies sold of Same Trailer Different Park, while Bruno Mars took third with 41,000 copies of his latest. More notable album sales are included below, including the Lydia debut and Fall Out Boy's single going gold. Overall album sales in this past week totaled 6.1 million units, up 9% compared with the previous week and up 11% compared with the comparable sales week of 2012. Year-to-date album sales stand at 67.5 million, down 6% compared with the same total at this point last year.

Album SalesImagine Dragons - Night Visions [29,000 /...
Jason Tate on 03/27/13 - 01:26 PM
Another week, another album sale round up: Bon Jovi takes the top of the charts this week with 95k copies sold, and David Bowie comes in at number two with around 85k copies. Luke Bryan's Spring Break drops to number three with another 60 thousand. Overall album sales in this past chart week totaled 5.57 million units, up 2% compared with the sum last week and down 1% compared with the comparable sales week of 2012. Year to date album sales stand at 61.42 million, down 7% compared to the same total at this point last yea. More notable album sales are included below.

Album SalesSound City - Sound City (36,000)
Mumford and Sons - Babel (30,000 / 2,093,000)
Fun. - Some Nights (23,000 /...
Jason Tate on 03/20/13 - 02:15 PM
Another week, another deluge of album sales numbers for us geeks. Luke Bryan is topping the charts this week after moving close to 150k copies of his new album Spring Break ... Here To Party. The man, Jimi Hendrix, comes in at number two by selling 73k copies of People Hell and Angels, which if you don't own -- you need to check out. Bruno Mars drops to number three with 51k copies of his latest album, which pushes him over the 1 million mark in total sales. More of the charts can be found below. Overall album sales totaled 5.49 million units, down 5% compared with the sum last week and down 12% compared with the comparable sales week of 2012. Year to date album sales stand at 55.85...
Jason Tate on 03/13/13 - 12:46 PM
All sorts of numbers for all of us chart geeks today. Bruno Mars has climbed to the top of the charts this week, moving 95,000 copies of his latest album (bringing his total about 40k short of going platinum). Atoms for Peace come in at number two selling 50k copies of Amok. Mumford and Sons round out the top three with another 43,000 copies of Babel, which has now passed the 2 million mark. Overall album sales in this week totaled 5.79 million units, up 6% compared with the sum last week and down 9% compared with the comparable sales week of 2012 (6.33 million). Year to date album sales stand at 50.36 million, down 7% compared to the same total at this point last year. All the other...
Jason Tate on 03/06/13 - 11:41 AM
I pushed back the album sales round-up a few days so I could see if I could get some more sales numbers to include (didn't get much, sorry). Mumford & Sons' Babel remains at the top spot with 63,000 copies sold. Bruno Mars' Unorthodox Jukebox hits number two with 48,000 and Josh Groban was just behind at number three (41,000). Overall album sales totaled 5.46 million units, down 20% compared with the sum last week and down 13% compared with the comparable sales week of 2012. Year to date album sales stand at 44.58 million, down 7% compared to the same total at this point last year.

Album SalesMumford and Sons - Babel (63,000 / 1,984,608)
The Luminners - Self Titled (35,000)
Fun. -...
Jason Tate on 03/01/13 - 11:16 AM
Mumford and Sons were propelled by the Grammys to reclaim the number one spot on this week's charts by selling 185,000 copies of their album. The "Grammy Nominations" compilation comes in at number two with 88,000 copies sold and Bruno Mars grabs the number three spot by selling 86,000 albums. Overall album sales in this past chart week hit 6.81 million units, up 17% compared with last week and down 12% compared to last year. Year to date album sales are at 39.12 million, down 6% compared to the same total at this point last year. Some other notable sales from the past week can be found below.

Album SalesMumford and Sons - Babel (1,922,00)
Taylor Swift - Red (72,000 / 3,400,000)
The...
Jason Tate on 02/20/13 - 01:35 PM
Josh Groban's All That Echoes is the number one album this week, selling 145,000 copies. Tim McGraw came in at number two with 107,000 copies sold, Now Forty-fucking-Five is number three with 87,000 copies sold. Overall album sales totaled 5.81 million units, up 11% compared to last week, and down 15% compared with the comparable week in 2012. Year to date album sales stand at 32.30 million, down 5% compared to the same total at this point last year. Some other notable sales from the past week can be found below.

Album SalesMumford & Sons' - Babel (54,000)
Justin Bieber - Believe Acoustic (43,000)
Coheed and Cambria - The Afterman: Descension (41,000)
The Lumineers - Self-Titled...
Jason Tate on 02/13/13 - 05:26 PM
Justin Bieber has scored his fifth number one album (211,000 sold) and, obviously, debuts at number one this week. Andrea Bocelli is in at number two with 94,000 sold, and Tegan and Sara moved roughly 49,000 units to come in at number three. Overall album sales totaled 5.24 million units, up 7% compared compared to last week, and down 10% compared to last year. Year to date album sales stand at 26.49 million, down 2% compared to the same total at this point last year. Some other notable sales from the past week can be found below.

Album and Single SalesMumford & Sons - Babel (36,000)
Bruno Mars - Unorthodox Jukebox (37,000)
The Lumineers - Self-Titled (32,000)
Macklemore & Ryan...
Jason Tate on 02/06/13 - 01:11 PM

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