Tuesday, March 31, 2009

[WGO] State of the Charts (Right Here, Right Now) (FINAL)

Keep it locked to this post to see updated positions for this week's Billboard 200 Top 20...Currently, ALL of all receipts are in and counted. Bolded are NEW TITLES this week.

(Updated at 9PM Tuesday! Serious Changes! These are the final numbers listed at Hits Daily Double...we will see how they stack against Billboard's Report tomorrow night...)

1. Now, That's What I Call Music 30 (147K) (debut)
2. Hannah Montana Soundtrack (137.5K) (debut)
3. Twilight Soundtrack (102.7K)
4. Keri Hilson (almost 93.8K) (debut)
5. Pearl Jam (58.4K) (re-release)
6. U2 (51.5K)
7. Kelly Clarkson (50.6K)
8. Lady Gaga (45.7K)
9. Papa Roach (43.1K) (debut)
10. Martina McBride (40.7K) (debut)
11. Taylor Swift (39.2K)
12. Jim Jones (37.7K) (debut)
13. The-Dream (36.5K)
14. Blue October (33.7K) (debut)
15. Mastodon (33.4K) (debut)
16. John Rich (31.5K) (debut)
17. Nickelback (29.6K)
18. Slim Thug (28.8K) (debut)
19. Yanni (25.2K) (debut)
20. Eric Church (24.3K) (debut)


J.Mensah said...

I can't believe the HM soundtrack is selling that low, I though even with the economic stuff going on, it could atleast pass... 200k? shame :(

Mel said...

J -- I'm with you. I thought Miley still had the power to pack a punch over "Now"...guess CDs really AREN'T selling anymore...and, it's an AWFUL shame.

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