It’s so slow in sales land, chart watchers may as well go on spring break. Just be sure to return from the beach in time for upcoming major releases by Hunter Hayes (May 6), Rascal Flatts (May 13), Brantley Gilbert (May 19) and Miranda Lambert (June 3).
In the meantime, Word Label Group’s Needtobreathe brought a breath of life with its debut of Rivers In The Wasteland selling 49k (80% digital) this week.
The Country digital EP from reality star Jessie James Decker entered with 11k via 19 Recordings. Her TV show follows the escapades of her and hubby Eric Decker of the Denver Broncos.
The new live album from Randy Rogers Band moved 5.3k.
Dustin Lynch’s “Where It’s At” roped in 34k downloads to become the week’s top new country track.
Luke Bryan hangs on to the No. 1 Country track and album spots. He sold 105k of “Play It Again” for a RTD total of 725k, and 33k of Crash My Party for a RTD total of 1.806 million.
Rounding out the Country Top 5 albums list: Florida Georgia Line (19k), Eric Church (18k), Johnny Cash (13k), and Jessie James Decker (11k).
The Frozen soundtrack has been frozen at the top of the album chart for weeks (259k this week, 2.335 million RTD). And Pharrell Williams couldn’t be happier that “Happy” is sitting tight at No. 1 on the tracks list (274k this week, 4.5 million RTD).