Country Album Sales Report – July 30, 2014

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This week Brantley Gilbert returns back to #1 after last week’s sale helped Blake Shelton return to #1 with strong sales for Based On A True Story. Gilbert’s Just As I Am — recently certified Gold by the RIAA — has scanned 481k to date. Miranda Lambert sits at #2 yet again with her recently certified Gold album Platinum. Luke Bryan sits at #3 with Crash My Party while Florida Georgia Line sits at #4 with Here’s To The Good Times and the various artist compilation of Now Country 7 sits at #5.

Top Ten Recap

Kicking off the #6 through #10 portion of our rundown, we have Colt Ford with Thanks For Listening and Eric Church with The Outsiders at #7. at #7 is Big Smo with a slight sales gain with 54k albums sold to date for the A&E TV starring Rural rapper. Shelton’s at #9 and Dierks Bentley’s Riser is at #10.

Notable Album Recap

This week we have lean notables rundown with Cole Swindell’s self-titled album under our microsocpe, followed by Hunter Hayes’ Storyline. Kacey Musgrave’s Same Trailer Different Park has been certified Gold by the RIAA while Chris Young’s A.M. has scanned over 200k to date. Next, there’s Scotty McCreery’s See You Tonight and Cassadee Pope’s Frame By Frame.

Top 5 Country Albums - July 23, 2014*

*Top Country Album Chart Numbers rounded to nearest thousand.

Read the entire Top 10 and Notable Albums list here


  • Leigh

    Musgraves is just now gold? Seems like all the hype didn’t really help. Her getting all the credit for a new sound, when Pistol Annies did it first is ridiculous. They have a gold album, platinum single. Musgraves has a gold single and over a year later gold album. Annies did it without the help of radio and industry pushing hype.

    • Matt Bjorke

      The Annies had Miranda Lambert. THAT’s why they had a Gold album and Platinum single. Not a good comparison.