Friday, October 5, 2012

ALBUM SALES FOR THE WEEK ENDING SEPTEMBER 30

Photo: Billboard.com


No. 1 Mumford & Sons' Babel debuts with 600,000 copies sold this week.
No. 2 Green Day's iUno! debuts with 139,000 copies sold this week.
No. 3 No Doubt's Push and Shove debuts with 115,000 copies sold this week.
No. 4 P!nk's The Truth About Love sold 94,000 copies this week, bringing her total sales to 374,000.
No. 5 Lupe Fiasco's Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album Pt. 1  debuts with 89,000 copies sold this week.
No. 6 Deadmau5's Album Title Goes Here debuts with 58,000 copies sold this week.
No. 7 G.O.O.D. Music's Cruel Summer sold 55,000 copies this week, bringing their total sales to 260,000.
No. 8 Dave Matthews Band's Away From the World sold 36,000 copies sold this week, bringing the their total sales to 364,000.
No. 9  Little Big Town's Tornado sold 34,000 copies this week, bringing their total sales to 197,000.
No. 10 Killers' Battle Born sold 31,000 copies this week, bringing their total sales to 144,000.

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No. 15 The Avett Brothers The Carpenter sold roughly 21,000 copies this week, bringing their total sales to 149,000.
No. 18 Bob Dylan's Tempest sold roughly 18,000 copies this week, bringing the legend's total sales to 163,000.
No. 23 Carly Rae Jepsen's Kiss sold 15,000 copies this week, bringing  her total sales to 61,000.
No. 25 2 Chainz's Based on a T.R.U. Story sold 15,000 copies this week, bringing his total sales to 303,000.
No. 26 Grizzly Bear's Shields sold roughly 15,000 copies this week, bringing their total sales to roughly 54,000.
No. 37 Michael Jackson's Bad -25th Anniversary Edition sold 10,000 copies this week, bringing the late legend's total sales to 39,000.
No. 38 Trey Songz's Chapter V sold roughly 10,000 copies this week, bringing his total sales to roughly 240,000.
No. 44 Rick Ross' God Forgives, I Don't sold 9,000 copies this week, bringing his total sales to 417,000.
No. 47 Frank Ocean's Channel Orange sold roughly 9,000 copies this week, bringing his total sales to roughly 332,000.
No. 49 Ben Folds Five's The Sound of the Life of the Mind sold roughly 8,000 copies this week bringing their total sales to 35,000.
No. 50 Lecrae's Gravity sold roughly 8,000 copies sold this week, bringing his total sales to roughly 111,000.
No. 80 Nas' Life Is Good sold roughly 5,000 copies this week, bringing his total sales to roughly 306,000.
No. 101 Slaughterhouse's Welcome to Our House sold roughly 4,000 copies this week, bringing the group's total sales to roughly 80,000. 
No. 123 Brother Ali's Mourning In American And Dreaming In Color sold roughly 3,000 copies this week, bringing his total sales to roughly 13,000.
No. 146 Murs & Fashawn's The Generation debuts with 2,700 copies this week.
No. 188 Tech N9ne's E.B.A.H. sold roughly 2,000 copies this week, bringing his total sales to 16,000.
Overall album sales in this past chart week (ending Sept. 30) totaled 5.71 million units, up 5% compared with the sum last week (5.42 million) and up 2% compared with the comparable sales week of 2011 (5.57 million). Year-to-date album sales stand at 218.43 million, down 4% compared with the same total at this point last year (228.50 million). Billboard

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