Carrie Underwood scored another No. 1 album
Kelly Clarkson continues to soar high in terms of track sales of her single Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You), but Carrie Underwood made her way again to the top of the Billboard 200 with her latest album Blown Away that was released on May 1.
"Blown Away" topped the charts
The album sold 267,000 copies in its first week - more than double the sales of this week’s runner up Little Broken Hearts by Norah Jones. The album is number 1 also in Canada and the US Top Country Albums. The hype also made her two previous albums re-enter the album chart - Some Hearts (#138) and Play On (#176). Her album Carnival Ride also had sales boost.
Album tracks charted too!
On the other hand, 9 tracks from the album made it to the Soundscan’s Top Country Digital Tracks.
*Blown Away (66,000)
*Good Girl (37,000)
*Good in Goodbye (27,000)
*See You Again (15,000)
Cowboy Casanova (11,000)
*Do You Think About Me (11,000)
*Two Black Cadillacs (8,000)
*Wine After Whiskey (7,000)
Before He Cheats (7,000)
Remind Me (6,000)
*Forever Changed (5,000)
*One Way Ticket (4,000)
How Great Thou Art (2,000)
* included in the album
The first single Good Girl that was certified gold by the RIAA, reached #7 in the US Hot Country Songs. Her fourth album’s title track Blown Away debuted at #66 in the Billboard Hot 100.
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