Thursday, November 15, 2012

ALBUM SALES FOR THE WEEK ENDING NOVEMBER 11


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No. 1 Taylor Swift's Red sold 196,000 copies this week, bringing her total sales to  1,718,000.
No. 2 Now 44 debuts with roughly 100,000copies sold this week.
No. 3 Rod Stewart's Merry Christmas, Baby sold 74,000 copies this week, bringing his total sales to 162,000.
No. 4 Ne-Yo's R.E.D. debuts with 66,000 copies sold this week.
No. 5 Aerosmith's Music From Another Dimension debuts with 63,000 copies sold this week.
No. 6 Jason Aldean's Night Train sold 48,000 copies this week, bringing his total sales to 644,000.
No. 7 Mumford & Sons' Babel sold 41,000 copies this week, bringing the band's total sales to 1,076,000.
No. 8 Meek Mill's Dreams & Nightmares sold 41,000 copies this week bringing, his total sales to 206,000.
No. 9 Kendrick Lamar's Good Kid m.A.A.d City sold 40,000 copies this week, bringing his total sales to 344,000.
No. 10 Third Day's Miracle debuts with 29,000 copies sold this week.

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No. 11 Lady Antebellum's On This Winter's Night sold roughly 28,000 copies this week, bringing their total sales to 74,000.
No. 12 Blake Shelton's Cheers & It's Christmas sold 24,000 copies this week.
No. 13 Little Big Town's Tornado sold roughly 24,000 copies this week.
No. 14  All That Remains' Razor & Tie debuts with roughly 24,000 copies sold this week.
No. 15  Various Artists' Punk Goes Pop, Vol. 5 debuts with roughly 21,000 copies sold this week.
No. 16 Scotty McCreery's Christmas With Scotty McCreery sold roughly 21,000 copies this week, bringing his total sales to roughly 97,000.
No. 17 P!nk's The Truth About Love sold roughly 20,000 copies this week, bringing her total sales to 560,000.
No. 18 Michael Buble's Christmas debuts with roughly 20,000 copies sold this week.
No. 20  Toby Keith's Hope on the Rocks sold roughly 20,000 this week, bringing his total sales to roughly 68,000.
No. 22  Luke Bryan's Tailgates & Tanlines sold roughly 18,000 copies this week.
No. 23 Adele's 21 sold roughly 18,000 copies this week, bringing her total U.S. sales to over 9 million! 
No. 26  Carrie Underwood's Blown Away sold roughly 17,000 copies this week.
No. 27  Eric Church's Chief sold roughly 17,000 copies this week.
No. 29  Trans-Siberian Orchestra's Dreams of Fireflies (On a Christmas Night) sold  roughly 15,000 copies this week, bringing their total sales to 47,000. 
No. 32 Miguel's Kaleidoscope Dream sold roughly 14,000 copies this week, bringing his total sales to roughly 169,000. 
No. 34  Neil Young's Crazy Horse's sold roughly 11,000 copies this week, bringing his total sales to 45,000.
No. 36 Tony Bennett's Viva Duets sold roughly 11,000 copies this week, bringing his total sales to 68,000.
No. 38 Brandy's Two Eleven sold roughly 10,500 copies this week, bringing her total sales to roughly 110,500.
No. 40 2 Chainz's Based on a T.R.U. Story sold roughly 10,000 copies this week, bringing his total sales to roughly 375,000.
No. 44 Gary Clark Jr.'s Blak & Blu sold roughly 8,000 copies this week, bringing his total sales 56,000. 
No. 46 Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' The Heist sold roughly 8,000 copies this week, bringing their total sales to roughly 126,000.
No. 47 Stone Sour's House of Gold & Bones -Part 1 sold roughly 7,000 copies this week, bringing their total sales to 50,000. 
No. 48 G.O.O.D. Music's Cruel Summer sold roughly 8,000 copies this week, bringing their total sales to 348,000.
No. 59 E-40 & Too Short's History: Function Music debuts with 6,500 copies sold this week.
No. 66 E-40 & Too Short's History: Mob Music debuts with 5,700 copies sold this week.
No. 151 Saigon's The Greatest Story Never Told Chapter 2: Bread & Circuses debuts with roughly 3,000 copies sold this week.
No. 176 Boot Camp Clik's Sean Price's Mic Tyson sold roughly 2,000 copies this week, bringing his total sales to roughly 9,000 copies sold this week.
No. 199 Tech N9ne's Boiling Point sold roughly 2,000 copies this week, bringing his total sales to 15,000. 
Overall album sales in this past chart week (ending Nov. 11) totaled 5.45 million units, even compared with the sum last week (5.45 million) and down 15% compared with the comparable sales week of 2011 (6.44 million). Year-to-date album sales stand at 251.30 million, down 4% compared with the same total at this point last year (261.90 million). Billboard


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