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John Mayer Debuts at Number Two on Charts

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Jan 30, 2017.

  1. Melody Bot

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    The Weeknd stay at the top of the charts, John Mayer debuts at number two, and AFI are at number five:

    John Mayer notches his eighth top 10 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, as his new EP, The Search for Everything: Wave One, debuts at No. 2. The set, which was released on Jan. 20 through Columbia Records, earned 49,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Jan. 26 (according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 38,000 were in traditional album sales (all downloads, as the EP was sold exclusively through digital retailers).

  2. skurt

    Sleekest of beaks. So Good.

    Happy to see AFI up so high, love that album
  3. Schooner


    He could potentially have 12 top 3-5s in a calendar year
  4. aniafc


    I was surprised, too. Really glad this band is still killing it.
  5. Serh

    Prestigious Prestigious

    Don't see that happening
    Jason Tate likes this.
  6. ianzandi


    wait is he releasing 6 or 12 waves?
  7. Schooner


    I wasn't under the impression I was told a few weeks ago it was 48 songs (12 waves)
    It's never been entirety clear from any article I've read though
  8. Schooner


    We could have a gentlemens bet
  9. Serh

    Prestigious Prestigious

    Love John, but he's not as big as he was a decade ago. There's much more of a ceiling to just how much he can sell.