Weekly Register: Eric Church Crowns Country Albums Chart With ‘Desperate Man’ Debut

Eric Church‘s latest album, Desperate Man, as debuted atop the country albums chart, with 116K in total consumption (103K album only), according to Nielsen Soundscan.

Luke CombsThis One’s For You is at No. 2 with 21K (3.8K album only), followed by Carrie Underwood’s Cry Pretty at No. 3 (16K, 11K album only). Dan+Shay‘s self-titled album moves 13K this week (1.5K album only) to land at No. 4, while Chris Stapleton‘s Traveller rounds out the Top 5 with 12K (3.2K album only).

On the overall albums chart, the soundtrack for A Star is Born debuts at No. 1 with 231K, followed by Twenty One Pilots at No. 2 (Trench, 175K). Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter V is at No. 3 with 135K, followed by Lil Baby & Gunna at No. 4 with Drip Harder (129.8K). Church debuts at No. 5 on the overall albums chart this week, followed by Steve Perry‘s Traces at No. 6 with 73K. CCM duo For King & Country debut at No. 7 with their new title Burn The Ships (62K).

On the To 5 Country Digital Sales chart, Dan+Shay’s “Speechless” is at No. 1 with 10K, followed by Combs’ “She Got The Best Of Me” at No. 2 with 8K. Florida Georgia Line‘s “Simple” is at No. 3 with 7.8K, followed by Mitchell Tenpenny‘s “Drunk Me” at No. 4 with 6.3K. Tim McGraw‘s new track “Neon Church” enters at No. 5 with 6K. Also debuting in the Top 10 this week is Old Dominion‘s “Make It Sweet” at No. 9 with 5.3K.


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