Weekly Register: Randy Houser Fires Up Albums Charts

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Randy Houser‘s latest album, Fired Up, made a solid debut on the music charts, landing at No. 3 this week on the country album chart and No. 15 on the overall album chart, selling 25k (21k album only). Joey + Rory‘s Hymns collection tops the country albums chart this week, with 44k sold. They are followed by Chris Stapleton‘s Traveller, which moved 27k this week (1,049,818 RTD). Houser’s Fired Up, Loretta Lynn‘s Full Circle (8k) and Sam Hunt‘s Montevallo (6.9k) round out the top 5.

Rihanna‘s Anti tops the overall albums charts, with 54k (17k album only).

Overall, country album sales are down five percent and country digital sales are down 14.8 percent. Overall album sales are down 16.6 percent, while overall digital sales are down 23.7 percent.

Blake Shelton

Blake Shelton

Blake Shelton‘s “Came Here To Forget” tops the country digital tracks rankings this week, with 51k sold. He is followed by Maren Morris‘ “My Church” (33k), Tim McGraw‘s “Humble and Kind” (32.8k), Dierks Bentley‘s “Somewhere On A Beach” 28.4k), and Cole Swindell‘s “You Should Be Here” (28k).

Lukas Graham‘s 7 Years tops the overall digital tracks chart, with 125k sold.

On the digital tracks rankings, overall track sales have shrunk by 26.1 percent, while country track sales have decreased by 22.1 percent.

Info provided by Nielsen Soundscan.

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