Top 10 Country Albums Sales Chart: May 14, 2018

While streaming has become a major component on the charts, we keep you up to date on actual full sales numbers for the latest country albums -- lead by the pictured Keith Urban -- here.

With two week sales at nearly 154,000 scanned, Keith Urban's Graffiti U remains at #1 this week, a quiet week on the charts with only three newcomers in our rundown. Jason Aldean's Rearview Town is up to #2 this week and has now held the #1, #2 and #3 positions on this chart. Last week's #2, Willie Nelson's Last Man Standing, sits at #3 this week with sales at over 34,000 for two weeks. Kenny Chesney's Live In No Shoes Nation two album set (which was also his final release via Columbia Records before he moved to Warner Bros. Nashville) has now sold over 431,000 copies. Chris Stapleton's From A Room: Volume 1 sits at #5 with sales of nearly 788,000 copies to date.

Kane Brown's Platinum-certified self-titled album (which features the hits "Heaven" and "What If's") is at #6 with 384,500 pure album sales to date (the Platinum number includes his considerable streaming presence). The Lacs' 8th album, Dirt Rock,  sits at #7 and sold 4,500 of their 4,600 copies in its chart debut week.  Chris Stapleton's From A Room:Volume 2 and Traveller sit at #8 and #9 with Brothers Osborne's fine sophomore album Port Saint Joe sitting at #10 with sales of nearly 28,000 copies after 3 weeks.

Notable albums below include Scotty McCreery's Seasons Change, Home Free's Timeless, Keith Urban's last album Ripcord, Luke Bryan's What Makes You Country, John Prine's The Tree Of Forgiveness, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's The Rest Of Our Life duets album, Midland's On The Rocks, Darius Rucker's When Was The Last Time Walker Hayes boom., and the chart debuts of Drake White's EP Pieces  and Texas country artist Josh Ward's More Than I Deserve. Also, check out the latest chart updates for newcomers Morgan Wallen, Caroline Jones, Lanco, Jordan Davis, Joshua Hedley, and Ashley McBryde along with latest news about the chart numbers for Miranda, Chris Young, Shania Twain, Zac Brown Band, David Lee Murphy and Brett Eldredge!

Place Artist Album Week Total Scans
1 KEITH URBAN GRAFFITI U 17,100 153,900
2 JASON ALDEAN REARVIEW TOWN 14,800 221,800
3 WILLIE NELSON LAST MAN STANDING 8,700 34,200
4 KENNY CHESNEY LIVE IN NO SHOES NATION 5,600 431,400
5 CHRIS STAPLETON FROM A ROOM: VOLUME 1 4,800 787,800
6 KANE BROWN KANE BROWN 4,700 384,500
7 THE LACS DIRT ROCK 4,500 4,600
8 CHRIS STAPLETON FROM A ROOM: VOLUME 2 4,000 383,800
9 CHRIS STAPLETON TRAVELLER 3,900 2,287,700
10 BROTHERS OSBORNE PORT ST JOE 3,600 27,800
11 ALAN JACKSON PRECIOUS MEMORIES COL (2CD) 3,400 235,100
12 KACEY MUSGRAVES GOLDEN HOUR 3,300 67,000
13 LUKE BRYAN WHAT MAKES YOU COUNTRY 3,300 284,100
14 JOHN PRINE THE TREE OF FORGIVENESS 3,100 68,600
15 LUKE COMBS THIS ONE'S FOR YOU 2,700 217,200
-- TIM MCGRAW/FAITH HILL THE REST OF OUR LIFE 2,400 209,900
-- DRAKE WHITE PIECES 2,300 2,300
-- THOMAS RHETT LIFE CHANGES 2,100 266,400
-- SCOTTY McCREERY SEASONS CHANGE 1,900 63,700
-- BLAKE SHELTON TEXOMA SHORE 1,500 225,900
-- BRETT YOUNG BRETT YOUNG 1,400 205,600
-- JON PARDI CALIFORNIA SUNRISE 1,300 236,600
-- KEITH URBAN RIPCORD 1,200 730,500
-- VARIOUS ARTISTS RESTORATION:ELTON JOHN 1,100 24,500
-- MIDLAND ON THE ROCKS 1,100 74,400
-- OLD CROW MEDICINE SHOW VOLUNTEER 1,000 9,100
-- MAREN MORRIS HERO 900 286,900
-- JOSH WARD MORE THAN I DESERVE 900 900
-- BLACKBERRY SMOKE FIND A LIGHT 900 22,300
-- DARIUS RUCKER WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME 900 99,300
-- KID ROCK SWEET SOUTHERN SUGAR 800 155,600
-- JASON ISBELL THE NASHVILLE SOUND 800 138,600
-- ASHLEY McBRYDE GIRL GOING NOWHERE 800 14,700
-- ASHLEY MONROE SPARROW 800 6,700
-- OLD DOMINION HAPPY ENDINGS 700 83,800
-- MORGAN WALLEN IF I KNOW ME 700 3,400
-- KELSEA BALLERINI UNAPOLOGETICALLY 700 101,000
-- CAROLINE JONES BARE FEET 700 4,700
-- LANCO HALLELUJAH NIGHTS 700 34,400
-- BROTHERS OSBORNE PAWN SHOP 600 206,800
-- JORDAN DAVIS HOME STATE 600 12,100
-- HOME FREE TIMELESS 600 40,500
-- BRANTLEY GILBERT THE DEVIL DON'T SLEEP 600 213,900
-- MIRANDA LAMBERT THE WEIGHT OF THESE WINGS 500 432,900
-- CHRIS YOUNG LOSING SLEEP 500 97,900
-- SHANIA TWAIN NOW 500 224,600
-- LITTLE BIG TOWN BREAKER 500 169,600
-- JOSHUA HEDLEY MR. JUKEBOX 500 3,200
-- THE OAK RIDGE BOYS 17TH AVE REVIVAL 500 7,200
-- BRETT ELDREDGE BRETT ELDREDGE 500 83,900
-- WILLIE NELSON GOD'S PROBLEM CHILD 400 107,400
-- ZAC BROWN BAND WELCOME HOME 400 302,400
-- DAVID LEE MURPHY NO ZIP CODE 400 4,300
-- STEEP CANYON RANGERS OUT IN THE OPEN 400 4,600
-- ERIC CHURCH MR MISUNDERSTOOD 400 594,300
-- LADY ANTEBELLUM HEART BREAK 400 161,000
-- CHRIS JANSON EVERYBODY 400 33,000
-- GRANGER SMITH WHEN THE GOOD GUYS WIN 300 33,700
-- DUSTIN LYNCH CURRENT MOOD 300 74,500
-- DEVIN DAWSON DARK HORSE 300 16,500
-- REBA MCENTIRE SING IT NOW: SONGS OF FAITH 300 202,700
-- WALKER HAYES boom. 300 32,600

4 Comments

  • Adrian Clark

    CAROLINE JONES BARE FEET 700. Really nice EP I'm sure she would be thrilled if the total was 206,800. This is a mistake

  • Courtney

    well some of those numbers are decent in this climate for example Chris Stapleton's traveler having sold nearly 2.3 million copies and shipped 3,000,000 between physical and digital thus being certified triple platinum From A Room Vol. 1 is platinum and Vol. 2 is Gold or weight of these Wings by Miranda Lambert being a double album over 90 minutes long is eligible for 2 x platinum as each piece is counted as a unit for certification so 1,000,000 copies shipped is 2,000,000 units and it's sold 865.8 K since it's November 2016 release

    • Adrian Clark

      The Miranda Lambert 2-CD wasn't double the price of a single CD. More like buy one get one free. Its taken 2 years to sell 432,900 hardly feels like 2x Platinum but with the new rules it looks good. The RIAA also now included all the streaming data so singles/ albums get Gold and Platinum even though they have sold way less of 500K & 1-million respectively. These are now consumption awards