Weekly Register: Truck Yeah!
Tim McGraw‘s debut release from Big Machine Records, Two Lanes of Freedom, tops this week’s sales on the Country chart, rolling in at No. 1 with 107k units (39% Digital) in its first week (No. 2 overall behind Josh Groban). Produced by Byron Gallimore and McGraw, the album includes radio singles, “Truck Yeah,” released July 2012 and “One of Those Nights,” released November 2012.
Looking at other top selling albums this week on the Country chart, Taylor Swift‘s Red holds at No. 2 with an additional 35k in sales (3.4M RTD) and Gary Allan‘s Set You Free adds 25k units in its third week at No. 3. Florida Georgia Line‘s Here’s To The Good Times is at No. 4 gaining another 22k in sales while Hunter Hayes’ self-titled release sells 18k and rounds out the top 5.
Holly Williams also debuts this week with The Highway at 3.5k units.
Topping the Country tracks, “Highway Don’t Care” (feat. Swift & Keith Urban) from McGraw’s album debuts this week at No. 1 on Country’s Digital Chart (No. 14 overall) with sales of 86k.
Lady Antebellum‘s “Downtown” from their upcoming fourth studio album yields 72k in its first week out and lands at No. 2 on the Country Digital Chart, followed by Tim McGraw’s “One Of Those Nights” selling 72k.
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