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Frozen Soundtrack Returns To A Familiar Spot – No. 1

Brent Faulkner Brent Faulkner
January 29th, 2014 8:51pm EST

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The Frozen soundtrack ascends back to no. 1, selling 93,000 copies.  For a soundtrack, the sales have been quite impressive.  The next closest album, 2014 Grammy Nominees is nowhere near Frozen’s sales, landing at no. 2 selling 59,000 copies.  Next week, however, billboard.com prognosticates the compilation could rise to no. 1, with 85,000 copies sold.  Still, 85,000 copies aren’t exactly breathtaking numbers.  Still below that 100,000 copies mark.

51RMnhqasCL._SL500_AA280_Singer/songwriting duo A Great Big World enter at no. 3 with 48,000 copies sold.  For relative unknown newbies, save for the huge “Say Something” that is a top five Hot 100 hit, those are decent sales.  Young The Giant bow at no. 7 with Mind Over Matter, which sales 34,000 copies.  Other wise, the top ten features holdovers.  The no. 1 album sells 93,000 copies vs. the no. 10 album selling 24,000 copies.  Nothing too sexy, but it is what it is.

Katy Perry has added another no. 1 to her belt, as “Dark Horse” featuring Juicy J rises to no. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.  “Timber” couldn’t stay no. 1 forever…  Ultimately, quite a boring week, much like January as a whole has been.


Filed under: Charts, Music, Playlist, Pop Culture Tagged: "Dark Horse", "Say Something", "Timber", A Great Big World, chart moves, chart trends, charts, Christina Aguilera, Frozen soundtrack, Grammy nominees 2014, Juicy J, Katy Perry, Ke$ha, Pitbull, Young The Giant