Top Ten Recap
Everyone's still wanting to Crash Luke Bryan's Party as the Crash My Party album sits at #6 with another 9k fans taking home the album. rising from #10 to #7 is Alabama's Angels Among Us: Hymns And Gospel Favorites. The album has a deluxe version available at Cracker Barrel Old Country Stores. Lee Brice's I Don't Dance sits at #8 with 70k sold to date while at #9 is Brantley Gilbert's Just As I Am. Rounding out the Top 10 is Florida Georgia Line's Here's To The Good Times. Next week their sophomore project Anything Goes hits stores.
Notable Album Recap
Lucinda Williams' Down Where The Spirits..., her first self-released album (via Thirty Tigers), has debuted in the Top 15 of the all genre chart, the Billboard Hot 200 Albums chart. The double album from the Americana stalwart scanned 20k in its first week on the charts. Garth Brooks' The Ultimate Hits continues its renaissance as a physical piece of media in stores while Dustin Lynch's Where It's At surpasses the 50k albums scanned mark in one month on the charts. Cole Swindell's self-titled debut has now scanned nearly 252k albums to date. Rounding out our rundown is the weekly look at Scotty McCreery's See You Tonight.
Next week, we'll see the arrival of Jason Aldean's Old Boots, New Dirt and maybe Old Dominion's self-titled EP, among other new releases. As always come back here to see where the albums land!
Top 5 Country Albums - October 08, 2014*
*Top 5 Country Album Chart Numbers rounded to nearest thousand.
|1||Blake Shelton||Bringing Back The Sunshine||10,100||101,000|
|6||Kenny Chesney||The Big Revival||39,000||168,000|
|22||George Strait||Cowboy Rides Away Live||14,000||87,000|
|26||Tim McGraw||Sundown HeavenTown||13,000||107,000|