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A Day to Remember Debut at Number Two on Charts

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  1. Melody Bot

    Your friendly little forum bot. Staff Member

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    Travis Scott has the number one album on the Billboard charts this week. A Day to Remember come in at number two, which is the highest position of their career, and actually sold the most albums during the week.

    Rock band A Day to Remember bows at a career-high peak of No. 2 on the Billboard 200 with Bad Vibrations, as the set starts with 67,000 units (62,000 in pure album sales). It’s also the best-selling album of the week, and debuts at No. 1 on the Top Album Sales chart.

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  2. Dang! So close. Beat out by streams, just like All Time Low. Our scene keeps getting cock-blocked. Still, congrats to ADTR!!!
  3. Eric Wilson

    Trusted Prestigious

    Huge congrats to the band!! Enjoyed this album.
  4. Amber


    So insane! Congrats to ADTR on this! They are also #1 in total sales, does that mean physical copies? I'm not sure how it works.
  5. alexbrew

    Just here for the comments

    Really, really enjoying this album. More than WSMFY and CC for sure! Congrats to the band.
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  6. Ferrari333SP

    Prestigious Supporter

    Doing the full run as opener for Blink 182 was a pretty good decision
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  7. billyboatman

    Just call me Billium

    Went to get physical copies twice and they were sold out both times. Shitty.
  8. ARo24


    Super awesome. Congrats to them they are killing it right now.
  9. AshlandATeam


    I don't even like ADTR and I'm upset on their behalf. I really don't like the streams = album sales rule.
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  10. CheapPop


    Yeah, I'm pretty sure total sales means just pure album sales, and it doesn't include streams.
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  11. It means actual sales, physical or digital, as opposed to "streaming equivalent" units. Travis Scott beat ADTR because, even though ADTR sold 9,000 units, Scott had 50 million streams
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  12. NewSurrender

    Regular Prestigious

    It debuted at #1 in Australia
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  13. Amber


    That's the same thing that happened to All Time Low, right? It was that movie soundtrack that got all those streaming plays? Hm, well nonetheless it's really great that ADTR got #2. That's pretty sick.
  14. Bryan Diem


    Birds In the Trap is so dope
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  15. this is awesome - their best album by far
  16. Schooner


    It sure has appeared to. Beating the great Babs Streisand and Roy&HG
  17. Behind the Barricade

    Too bad we couldn't hide Travis's streams with ADTR's.
  18. aspeedomodel

    Cautiously pessimistic Prestigious

  19. Yeah, exact same situation
  20. sukottokairu


    awesome to hear, i will have to check out this album, didn't realize they were getting so big!
  21. whitenblue88

    The rivalry is back on

    I always underestimate how big bands in this scene are -- I was very surprised to see this do as well as it did
  22. aniafc


    You shouldn't be. Common Courtesy would have done just as well if they would have been able to physically release it at first.
  23. ConArdist

    Subgenres Should Die

    Still gotta brag my dude Chris Beeble was the sound engineer on this.
  24. Xardra


    I'm happy for them I love this band and I love this album.
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  25. noKings


    Didn't realize they were so big at the Blink concert...