Weekly Register: Brantley Gilbert’s ‘Devil’ Top Seller of The Week

Brantley Gilbert claims the top spot on the Top Country Albums chart this week with his latest project, The Devil Don’t Sleep, at 66K albums sold. Lauren Alaina‘s Road Less Traveled debuts in the No. 2 position with 9.7K, while Chris Stapleton‘s Traveller continues to remain in the Top 5 with 8.1K sold for the week. Rounding out the Top 5 are Garth BrooksUltimate Collection with 7.2K, and Keith Urban‘s Ripcord at 5.7K.

Album sales are still down overall by 23.5 percent and overall digital sales are also down 25.8 percent. Country albums sales are looking a bit better this week only down 11.5 percent, while country digital sales are down 22.8 percent.

Sam Hunt

In digital track sales rankings, Sam Hunt‘s “Body Like A Back Road” comes roaring in at 53K for the week, while Little Big Town‘s ‘Better Man” commanded 25K. Jon Pardi‘s “Dirt on My Boots” sold 20K to take third place for the week, while Keith Urban “Blue Ain’t Your Color” with 18K, and Reba‘s “Back to God” with 14K rounded out the Top 5.

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill‘s new collaboration, “Keep Your Eyes On Me,” from the movie The Shack, debuts at No. 21 on the country digital tracks rankings. The track sold 7.6K in its debut week.

Overall track sales are down 25.5 percent, while country tracks declined by 22.5 percent.

Information provided by Nielsen Soundscan.

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