Drake Continues Chart Dominance

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  1. Melody Bot

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    Drake’s Views is once again at the top of the Billboard charts. Dierks Bentley comes in at two, Beyoncé is at three. Thrice ended up selling about 22,000 copies in their first week, landing itself the #15 on the charts.


    Views earned another 152,000 equivalent album units (down 19 percent) in the week ending June 2, according to Nielsen Music. More than half of that sum, 92,000 units, were comprised of streaming equivalent albums.

     
  2. DrAlanGrant

    Texas Forever

    Issues debuted at 20, down from their debut - odd. Saison debuted at 45
     
  3. Craig Ismaili

    @tgscraig Prestigious

    It's always crazy to me when you see bands who can fill 1500-2000 cap venues in most any city in the country (Thrice and Saosin among them) and yet they can barely scratch 20,000 first week sales.
     
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  5. tigereatsapple

    Newbie

    does anyone know how many copies were sold for saosin / thrice its first week?
     
  6. SamLevi11

    Trusted Prestigious

    This just shows how boring Issues new album is compared to their debut.
     
  7. Colby Searcy

    Wtf, Colby-@Dirty Sanchez Prestigious

    Wonder how Real Friends did?
     
  8. DrAlanGrant

    Texas Forever

    I think charted at 42 and ~4,500? That's all I could find. If so that's pretty bad
     
  9. skurt

    Weighed down by anchors of negativity

    Didn't there last one do like 12.5k if so that's quite a drop.
     
  10. Colby Searcy

    Wtf, Colby-@Dirty Sanchez Prestigious

    I thought they'd gotten really big over the past few years, geez.
     
  11. fbrrocks

    Regular

    Sucks for real friends and at my target I got the last one on Saturday after it came out
     
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  12. JamesMichael

    Web, Designer & Marketer Prestigious

    I do enjoy their new album but I agree their debut is better.