Weekly Register: Luke Bryan Keeps Playing At No. 1

luke bryan crash my party album cover1111If only the rest of the sales charts were as “Happy” as Pharrell Williams. That song is still dancing at the top of the all-genre tracks chart 23 weeks after release. It sold 208K this week and 4.7 million RTD.

On the Country tracks chart, there are a few bright spots. Hunter Hayes debuted “You Think You Know Somebody” with 24k. Also among the newer songs, Dustin Lynch’s “Where It’s At” sold 23K in its second week. Kristen Merlin cast a spell over viewers of The Voice, resulting in 18K downloads of her cover of Sugarland’s “Stay.” (This was after technical difficulties prevented her from finishing the song live on the show.)


Luke Bryan keeps playing at the top of the Country Tracks and Albums charts. His single “Play It Again” sold 96K TW for a RTD of 821K. Crash My Party sold 19K TW for a RTD total of 1.826 million.

The cast of Nashville debuted a live recording of its television concert special On The Record with sales of 18K of the digital-only BMLG release.

Passing the 1 million mark this week were FGL and Bryan’s “This is How We Roll” and Brantley Gilbert’s “Bottoms Up.”

The Frozen soundtrack stayed at No. 1 on the overall albums chart, selling 115K this week and 2.45 million RTD.

By comparison, the entire Country album Top 75 sold 190K this week.


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