Weekly Register: Garth Brooks, Sundance Head Reign On Country Charts

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Garth Brooks continues his reign on this week’s country albums chart, taking the top two spots. The 10-disc Ultimate Collection (Target Exclusive) ranks at No. 1 with sales of 37K. Christmas Together with Trisha Yearwood is at No. 2, with 25K.

Miranda Lambert‘s The Weight Of These Wings perches at No. 3, with 21K, while Chris Stapleton‘s Traveller lands at No. 4, with 20K. Brett Eldredge‘s holiday collection, Glow, rounds out the Top 5 with 16K.

Sundance Head, Photo: NBC.com

Sundance Head, Photo: NBC.com

This week’s country tracks chart tells a similar story to the country albums chart, with The Voice Season 11 winner Sundance Head taking the top two spots, with “Darlin’ Don’t Go” at No. 1 (60K), and “At Last” at No. 2 (44K). He also picks up the No. 4 spot with his rendition of “Treat Her Right” with Blake Shelton (26K). Fellow The Voice contestant Josh Gallagher‘s “Pick Any Small Town” lands at No. 3 with 31K, while Keith Urban’s “Blue Ain’t Your Color” rounds out the Top 5 with 25K.

On the overall tracks chart, ZAYN and Taylor Swift have the No. 1 song and debut, with “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” from the 50 Shades Darker soundtrack, moving 188K.

Overall track sales have declined 24.6 percent year to date, while country track sales have declined 22.7 percent year to date.

Information provided by Nielsen Soundscan.

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