Bruce Springsteen and the unreleased tracks of the E Street Band The legendary concerts without nuclear weapons of 1979 debuted in the top 10 through BillboardTop Selling Albums, Top Rock Albums, Tastemaker Albums and Top Current Album Sales Charts (dated December 4). The album was recorded in September 1979 during the Musicians United for Safe Energy (MUSE) concerts at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The set, released on November 19, includes songs recorded over two nights, including “Thunder Road”, “Born to Run” and “The River”.
The album sold 19,000 copies in the United States in the week ending Nov. 25, according to MRC Data, in all of its formats combined (including editions containing video of the same 13 songs in a movie. together, as a two-CD / DVD box and two-CD / Blu-ray set).
No nuclear debuts at # 6 Best Selling Albums, # 4 Best Rock Albums, # 4 Tastemaker Albums and # 6 Best Selling Current Albums. (Tastemaker Albums ranks the best-selling albums of the week at independent record stores and small chains.) No nuclear Also enters the 33rd place on the Billboard 200 Albums chart, giving The Boss its 41st chart entry and its 32nd album among the Top 40 on the charts.
BillboardThe ‘s Best Selling Album Rankings ranks the top selling albums of the week based solely on traditional album sales. The history of the graph dates back to May 25, 1991, the first week Billboard started compiling tables with information on the number of electronically controlled rooms from SoundScan, now MRC Data. Pure album sales was the only metric used by the Billboard 200 album chart in the listing dated December 6, 2014, after which this chart moved to a methodology that blends album sales with equivalent album units. to streaming track and equivalent album units. For all graphic news, follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on Twitter and Instagram.
Elsewhere on the album bestseller charts, Adele’s 30 debuted at No.1 with the biggest sales week for an album since 2017, as it starts off with 692,000 copies sold. Former Taylor Swift No.1 Red (Taylor version) falls to No. 2 in its second week with 67,000 copies sold (down 82%), Robert Plant and Alison Krauss’ Raise the roof made his debut at No.3 with 38,000 and 21 drivers Chipped and glazed returned to the top 10, as it returned to 4th place with 23,000 (up 4,469%) after its release on vinyl.
TWICE Formula of Love: O + T => 3 drops 2-5 with 21,000 sold (down 64%), Silk Sonic’s (the duo of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak) An evening with Silk Sonic plunges 3-7 with 17,000 (down 60%), former No. 1 Olivia Rodrigo Sour jumps 26-8 with 14,000 (up 77%) and Billie Eilish topping the charts Happier than ever zooms in 23-9 with 13,000 (up 67%). The latter earn by promoting their vinyl releases in Target stores.
Former ABBA # 1 Trip rounds out the top 10, falling from 5 to 10 with 13,000 sales (down 33%).