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BILLBOARD 200 Week ending October 21, 2017

TW LW 2W Wks Title - Artist
1 ** 1 Now - Shania Twain (137,000 (134,000 sales))
2 RE 235 Greatest Hits - Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers (84,000 (52,000 sales))

3 ** 1 Tell Me You Love Me - Demi Lovato (75,000 (48,000 sales))
4 ** 1 The Bigger Artist - A Boogie Wit da Hoodie (67,000 (10,000 sales))
5 ** 1 Younger Now - Miley Cyrus (45,000 (33,000 sales))
6 6 10 43 Stoney - Post Malone (42,000)
7 3 2 6 Luv Is Rage 2 - Lil Uzi Vert (40,000)
8 7 8 15 Evolve - Imagine Dragons (39,000)
9 8 4 25 DAMN. - Kendrick Lamar (34,000)
10 10 11 31 Divide - Ed Sheeran (31,000)
11 9 6 31 American Teen - Khalid
12 12 5 6 17 - XXXTentacion
13 14 14 17 Ctrl - SZA
14 ** 1 Bluebird Of Happiness - Tamar Braxton
15 16 13 7 Project Baby Two - Kodak Black
16 13 3 4 Life Changes - Thomas Rhett
17 15 12 22 Everybody - Logic
18 18 17 29 More Life - Drake
19 2 – 2 GEMINI - Macklemore
20 22 18 13 Issa Album - 21 Savage
21 5 – 2 Trip - Jhene Aiko
22 4 100 3 By Any Means 2 - Kevin Gates
23 29 22 46 24K Magic - Bruno Mars
24 ** 1 Savage - Tank
25 24 21 45 Starboy - The Weeknd
26 ** 1 The Desaturating Seven - Primus
27 RE 54 Wildflowers - Tom Petty
28 31 23 106 Hamilton: An American Musical - Original Broadway Cast
29 30 20 36 Culture - Migos
30 32 19 46 Moana - Soundtrack
31 ** 1 Let's Play Two: Live At Wrigley Field (Soundtrack) - Pearl Jam
32 RE 5 Anthology: Through The Years - Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers
33 ** 1 Scream - Michael Jackson
34 33 27 8 Rainbow - Kesha
35 25 7 3 Love Yourself: Her - BTS
36 41 36 18 hopeless fountain kingdom - Halsey
37 34 24 15 Grateful - DJ Khaled
38 35 25 16 Pretty Girls Like Trap Music - 2 Chainz
39 17 1 3 Concrete And Gold - Foo Fighters
40 37 30 57 Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight - Travis Scott
41 40 33 18 This One's For You - Luke Combs
42 ** 1 Deadstar - Smokepurpp
43 ** 1 Last Call - Rittz

44 39 34 75 Views - Drake
45 ** 1 Live At Pompeii - David Gilmour
46 49 42 22 There's Really A Wolf - Russ
47 46 40 16 Woodstock - Portugal. The Man
48 44 37 12 Jungle Rules - French Montana
49 50 41 108 Traveller - Chris Stapleton
50 48 38 54 Illuminate - Shawn Mendes
51 52 45 25 Playboi Carti - Playboi Carti
52 63 52 13 4:44 - JAY-Z
53 27 121 11 Lust For Life - Lana Del Rey
54 55 46 54 Trolls - Soundtrack
55 47 35 11 Wins And Losses - Meek Mill
56 56 43 44 Kane Brown - Kane Brown
57 11 – 2 All Things Work Together - Lecrae
58 43 28 14 Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1 - Calvin Harris
59 1 – 2 Wonderful Wonderful - The Killers
60 62 55 24 digital druglord - Blackbear
61 59 58 73 Coloring Book - Chance The Rapper
62 64 59 34 Brett Young - Brett Young
63 57 66 172 x - Ed Sheeran
64 54 39 6 Cozy Tapes, Vol. 2: Too Cozy - A$AP Mob
65 58 50 33 FUTURE - Future
66 60 53 26 Memories...Do Not Open - The Chainsmokers
67 66 54 6 Odisea - Ozuna
68 ** 1 Victory Lap - Propagandhi
69 45 – 42 Joanne - Lady Gaga
70 51 32 4 Current Mood - Dustin Lynch
71 61 49 11 Perfect Timing - NAV And Metro Boomin
72 74 72 240 Take Care - Drake
73 69 61 27 Painting Pictures - Kodak Black
74 67 56 9 AI YoungBoy - YoungBoy Never Broke Again
75 76 67 14 Dua Lipa - Dua Lipa
76 73 60 173 In The Lonely Hour - Sam Smith
77 68 62 7 Still Striving - A$AP Ferg
78 70 64 154 Montevallo - Sam Hunt
79 77 73 125 Blurryface - twenty one pilots
80 71 70 66 California Sunrise - Jon Pardi
81 75 68 89 ANTI - Rihanna
82 ** 1 Seven Days (EP) - PARTYNEXTDOOR
83 89 75 262 Night Visions - Imagine Dragons
84 21 – 2 Humble Beast - G Herbo
85 81 76 58 Dig Your Roots - Florida Georgia Line
86 72 63 147 1989 - Taylor Swift
87 87 69 11 Flower Boy - Tyler, The Creator
88 86 196 340 The Eminem Show - Eminem
89 80 78 110 Beauty Behind The Madness - The Weeknd
90 78 74 22 From A Room: Volume 1 - Chris Stapleton
91 83 82 16 BEAUTIFUL THUGGER GIRLS - Young Thug
92 82 77 211 Greatest Hits - 2Pac
93 90 85 258 good kid, m.A.A.d city - Kendrick Lamar
94 92 91 25 The Fate Of The Furious: The Album - Soundtrack
95 97 88 106 T R A P S O U L - Bryson Tiller
96 79 47 16 Melodrama - Lorde
97 94 87 148 2014 Forest Hills Drive - J. Cole
98 98 86 94 Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection - Queen
99 84 84 35 I Decided. - Big Sean
100 105 107 7 A Love Letter To You - Trippie Redd
101 99 48 361 Curtain Call: The Hits - Eminem
102 20 – 2 On The Rocks - Midland
103 93 80 19 True To Self - Bryson Tiller
104 103 92 42 FREE 6LACK - 6LACK
105 85 79 21 Harry Styles - Harry Styles
106 107 96 74 Ripcord - Keith Urban
107 114 103 98 25 - Adele
108 101 89 32 HNDRXX - Future
109 118 104 78 The Life Of Pablo - Kanye West
110 116 101 43 4 Your Eyez Only - J. Cole
111 36 57 17 Witness - Katy Perry
112 ** 1 Carnival III - Wyclef Jean
113 91 83 48 Back From The Edge - James Arthur
114 108 95 44 "Awaken, My Love!" - Childish Gambino
115 117 94 6 Freudian - Daniel Caesar
116 104 65 24 Guardians Of The Galaxy, Vol. 2: Awesome Mix Vol. 2 - Soundtrack
117 120 115 207 Nothing Was The Same - Drake
118 128 151 451 Metallica - Metallica
119 111 81 11 Descendants 2 - Soundtrack
120 121 93 106 Tangled Up - Thomas Rhett
121 122 118 90 Death Of A Bachelor - Panic! At The Disco
122 RE 67 Damn The Torpedoes - Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers
123 155 172 112 Cry Baby - Melanie Martinez
124 138 98 9 NOW 63 - Various Artists
125 123 119 71 Lil Uzi Vert Vs. The World - Lil Uzi Vert
126 174 171 56 They Don't Know - Jason Aldean
127 RE 76 Full Moon Fever - Tom Petty
128 ** 1 Glory Song - Matt Redman
129 129 120 139 If You're Reading This It's Too Late - Drake
130 119 51 4 A Moment Apart - ODESZA
131 19 – 2 Double Dutchess - Fergie
132 RE 211 The Essential Michael Jackson - Michael Jackson
133 133 122 101 Greatest Hits - The Notorious B.I.G.
134 109 110 19 One More Light - Linkin Park
135 124 125 490 Legend: The Best Of... - Bob Marley And The Wailers
136 115 90 6 Happy Endings - Old Dominion
137 179 145 70 Hero - Maren Morris
138 131 141 344 Doo-Wops & Hooligans - Bruno Mars
139 135 113 8 Federal 3X - Moneybagg Yo
140 150 140 110 Badlands - Halsey
141 23 – 2 Roll With The Punches - Van Morrison
142 161 – 2 Stargazing (EP) - Kygo
143 137 132 32 NAV - NAV
144 144 133 72 Dangerous Woman - Ariana Grande
145 151 136 481 Journey's Greatest Hits - Journey
146 154 144 417 Greatest Hits - Guns N' Roses
147 139 129 12 At What Cost - GoldLink
148 157 155 335 Chronicle The 20 Greatest Hits - Creedence Clearwater Revival
149 127 117 21 Revenge - XXXTentacion
150 147 130 99 Purpose - Justin Bieber
151 ** 1 A New Career In A New Town (1977 - 1982) - David Bowie
152 136 123 26 My Moment - Tee Grizzley
153 148 142 61 Suicide Squad: The Album - Soundtrack
154 153 138 116 DS2 - Future
155 152 116 78 Cleopatra - The Lumineers
156 ** 1 Close - Marvin Sapp
157 169 170 52 Artist - A Boogie Wit da Hoodie
158 149 131 59 Blonde - Frank Ocean
159 140 139 139 Greatest Hits So Far... - Zac Brown Band
160 141 149 181 [Hybrid Theory] - Linkin Park
161 145 148 88 Islah - Kevin Gates
162 134 186 236 Abbey Road - The Beatles
163 162 160 113 Kill The Lights - Luke Bryan
164 166 152 64 Savage Mode - 21 Savage & Metro Boomin
165 158 150 60 Sremmlife 2 - Rae Sremmurd
166 ** 1 The Hype - Hoodie Allen
167 171 167 60 The Perfect LUV Tape - Lil Uzi Vert
168 156 146 48 Collage (EP) - The Chainsmokers
169 53 – 2 Everybody - Chris Janson
170 168 161 38 GTTM: Goin Thru The Motions - PnB Rock
171 170 180 308 Thriller - Michael Jackson
172 159 157 12 Kaleidoscope EP - Coldplay
173 RE 116 Core - Stone Temple Pilots
174 132 109 42 Sing - Soundtrack
175 96 31 4 Southern Blood - Gregg Allman
176 173 175 293 1 - The Beatles
177 180 178 98 Reloaded: 20 #1 Hits - Blake Shelton
178 RE 239 Rumours - Fleetwood Mac
179 164 164 144 Greatest Hits 1970-2002 - Elton John
180 178 168 346 21 - Adele
181 167 153 69 Under Pressure - Logic
182 187 – 3 All Your Fault, Pt. 2 - Bebe Rexha
183 194 163 87 Smoke + Mirrors - Imagine Dragons
184 177 166 31 Pawn Shop - Brothers Osborne
185 186 183 184 Trilogy - The Weeknd
186 176 112 380 Nevermind - Nirvana
187 165 – 25 Beauty And The Beast (2017) - Soundtrack
188 197 194 142 Hozier - Hozier
189 RE 2 Precious Memories Collection - Alan Jackson
190 ** 1 Visions Of A Life - Wolf Alice
191 160 – 206 The Fame - Lady Gaga
192 191 156 296 Born To Die - Lana Del Rey
193 126 44 4 Sleep Well Beast - The National
194 163 188 97 Mr. Misunderstood - Eric Church
195 181 165 10 Good For You - Amine
196 RE 43 Ultimate Sinatra - Frank Sinatra
197 190 182 131 Graduation - Kanye West
198 196 192 164 Vessel - twenty one pilots
199 RE 298 Recovery - Eminem
200 192 – 225 + - Ed Sheeran
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Shania Twain's 'Now' Debuts at No. 1 on Billboard 200 Albums Chart
By Keith Caulfield | October 08, 2017 3:00 PM EDT

Shania Twain debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart with Now, her first studio album in nearly 15 years. The set starts atop the list with 137,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Oct. 5, according to Nielsen Music.

Of that sum, 134,000 were in traditional album sales -- the third-largest sales week for a country album in 2017, and the largest for a woman in nearly two years. Now, which was released on Sept. 29 through Mercury Nashville, is Twain’s second No. 1 album and the first chart-topping country set by a female artist in over three years.

Twain’s Now is the singer’s fifth studio album, and first since Up!, which was released in November of 2002. The latter album marked the performer’s first No. 1 on the Billboard 200, and spent five weeks in the penthouse (and six weeks at No. 1 on the Top Country Albums chart). Following Up!, she issued a Greatest Hits album two years later that hit No. 2 on the Billboard 200 and No. 1 on Top Country Albums. Then, in 2015, she released the live album Still the One: Live From Las Vegas, which peaked at No. 55 on the Billboard 200 and No. 2 on Top Country Albums.

Now is the second country album to hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in 2017, following Thomas Rhett’s Life Changes. Now is also the first country set by a woman to lead the chart in over three years, since Miranda Lambert’s Platinum spent a week at No. 1 (June 21, 2014).

Additionally, Now notches the third-biggest sales week for a country album in 2017, following Chris Stapleton’s From A Room: Volume 1 (202,000) and Zac Brown Band’s Welcome Home (139,000). Now also claims the biggest sales frame for a country album by a woman since Carrie Underwood’s Storyteller started with 164,000 (Nov. 14, 2015-dated chart).

Twain made her Billboard chart debut on March 27, 1993 with the single “What Made You Say That,” which entered the Hot Country Songs chart at No. 74. It eventually peaked at No. 55, marking the first of over 30 hits for Twain on the list. Her self-titled debut album topped out at No. 67 in 1993 on the Top Country Albums chart, and did not reach the all-genre Billboard 200.

Her follow-up, The Woman in Me, seriously changed her chart fortunes, as the album spent 29 weeks at No. 1 on the Top Country Albums chart and peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard 200. Her third album, the blockbuster Come On Over, spent a record 50 weeks at No. 1 on Top Country Albums (still the longest run at No. 1 for any album in the chart’s history), and hit No. 2 on the Billboard 200.

Twain’s Now was led by the single “Life’s About to Get Good,” which hit No. 33 on Hot Country Songs and has so far peaked at No. 12 on the Adult Contemporary airplay chart.

At No. 2 on the new Billboard 200, the late Tom Petty re-enters with his Greatest Hits (alongside The Heartbreakers), as the album returns to the list with 84,000 units (up 2,231 percent) and 52,000 in traditional album sales (up 3,407 percent). Petty died on Oct. 2. Greatest Hits initially peaked at No. 5 in February of 1994, following its release the previous year.

Greatest Hits is Petty’s third album to peak at No. 2 on the chart, alongside Mojo (2010) and Damn the Torpedoes (1980). He hit No. 1 once, with Hypnotic Eye in 2014.

Demi Lovato earns her sixth top 10 album with the debut of Tell Me You Love Me at No. 3. It bows with 75,000 units (48,000 in traditional album sales). She previously hit the top 10 with all five of her prior releases: Confident (No. 2 in 2015), Demi (No. 3, 2013), Unbroken (No. 4, 2011), Here We Go Again (No. 1, 2009), and Don’t Forget (No. 2, 2008).

At No. 4, Rapper A Boogie Wit da Hoodie scores his first top 10 album, as his first full-length studio album, The Bigger Artist, launches with 67,000 units (10,000 in traditional album sales). The set is largely powered by streaming activity, as it collected 54,000 SEA units (equaling 81.2 million on-demand audio streams for the album’s songs in its first week). A Boogie Wit da Hoodie has charted twice previously with the mixtapes Artist (No. 70) and TBA (No. 63).

Miley Cyrus’ Younger Now rounds out the debuts in the top 10, as the album bows at No. 5 with 45,000 units (33,000 in traditional album sales). It’s Cyrus’ 13th charting effort, and 11th top 10 album (including titles billed to her former Disney Channel alter ego, Hannah Montana). She was last in the top 10 with her 2013 effort Bangerz, which debuted at No. 1.

Post Malone’s Stoney is steady at No. 6 on the new Billboard 200, with 42,000 units (up 14 percent) while Lil Uzi Vert’s Luv Is Rage 2 dips four slots to No. 7 with 40,000 units (down 10 percent). Imagine Dragons’ Evolve falls one position to No. 8 with 39,000 units (though up 6 percent) and Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN. descends 8-9 with 34,000 units (down less than 1 percent). Ed Sheeran’s ÷ (Divide) closes out the top 10, as it’s a non-mover at No. 10 with 31,000 units (up 4 percent).

Tom Petty's 'Greatest Hits' Returns to Billboard 200 Albums Chart at No. 2
By Keith Caulfield | October 08, 2017 3:05 PM EDT

The late Tom Petty, who died on Oct. 2, is remembered on the latest Billboard 200 albums chart, as five of his albums return to the list.

Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers’ Greatest Hits re-enters at No. 2 with 84,000 units (up 2,231 percent) earned in the week ending Oct. 5, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 52,000 were in traditional album sales (up 3,407 percent). Greatest Hits initially peaked at No. 5 in February of 1994, following its release the previous year.

Greatest Hits is Petty’s third album to peak at No. 2 on the chart, alongside Mojo (2010) and Damn the Torpedoes (1980). He hit No. 1 once, with Hypnotic Eye in 2014.

Elsewhere on the Billboard 200, Petty’s 1994 solo studio effort Wildflowers returns at No. 27 with 16,000 units (up 2,117 percent) and 7,000 copies sold (up 3,444 percent) and Petty and The Heartbreakers’ retrospective compilation Anthology: Through the Years re-enters at No. 32 with 14,000 units (up 2,058 percent) and 6,000 copies sold (up 3,833 percent). Petty and The Heartbreakers’ 1979 studio album, Damn the Torpedoes, re-enters at No. 122 (6,000 units; up 2,929 percent and 5,000 copies sold; up 3,244 percent) and Petty’s 1989 solo studio set, Full Moon Fever, returns at No. 127 (6,000 units; up 1,470 percent and 5,000 copies sold; up 1,813 percent).
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Demi outselling Miley here as well ohmy.gif
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How many units have Wolf Alice shifted for pos 197?
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QUOTE(The Company Man @ Oct 11 2017, 11:50 AM) *
How many units have Wolf Alice shifted for pos 197?
They're #49 on the sales chart with just under 4,000 copies sold, not sure about streaming units but they clearly didn't have many.
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Amazing to see Shania topping both the UK and US album charts simultaneously. Think this is the first time she's managed that feat given Come On Over somehow never got to no.1 in the states.
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Didn't notice that drop for The Killers, christ - basically a repeat of Brand New from a few weeks back (a fairly long established rock act finally getting a first #1 album only to plummet well outside the top 50 in its second week). I think that drop would have broken the record if not for Brand New going 1-97.
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1-97?!!! Jeees! I didn't know that had happened, although I guess Brand New would be happy to have just hit #1 in the first place.
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I'm quite surprised by that actually. Is it fair to say The Killers are in fairly "fanbase act" territory now?
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I think they've never really been much more than a fanbase act in the USA, and not even a big enough fanbase to have got to #1 before!
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but actually I think I understand why some album like killers drop so much on week 2
it's cos on week 1 they're part of a bundle, itøs very typical now in the us, you buy a conceet tix and you get the album for free, and it counts towards th charts, but it kinda inflates the week 1 sales, like in the case of the Killers, no way they would have got over 100K without the ticket bundle, same with Shania this week
and thats why the drop in week 2 is so big, cos in truth, week 1 sales would naturally had been much smaller, they're aritficially inflated with the bundle ticket+album
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That does make sense, but 1-59 is still a pretty terrible drop no matter what way you cut it.
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but that drop is not real either, they actually sold more copies than many of the albums in the top 50 but many end up ahead cos of the way billboard counts TEA/SEA, so Post Malone gets 1K proper real sales and 40K from album streams/downloads, and same for all those urban artists while Killers get a 0 from streams... so it's all a bit artificial, the 1st week #1 with >100K sales would have never happened without the ticket bundle, all those urban albums going top 10 with 1K proper sales is very artificial too imho
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