'The Greatest Showman' soundtrack is the best-selling Album in the World for a 2nd week with sales of 159,000!

Posted on March 12, 2018

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'The Greatest Showman' returns to the top of the Global Chart for a 2nd week with sales of 159,000 powered by incredible sales in Japan. Last week it was the bestselling album there with 24,200 physical and 13,400 digital sales according to Oricon! 'The Greatest Showman' is still the best-selling album of 2018 so far, with 1,515,000 units sold since January!

 

'Black Panther: The Album' slips to n°2 after selling another 137,000 equivalent sales and a total of 514,000 after three weeks on sale. 

 

The latest Bon Jovi album 'This House Is Not For Sale' rockets back to n°3 after selling 125,000 in equivalent sales this past week due to a concert ticket/album sale redemption offer with Bon Jovi’s upcoming U.S. arena tour. The album originally debuted at no.1 globally in 2016 with 211,000 sales!

 

Holding at n°4 is Ed Sheeran's 'Divide' which sells another 109,000 in equivalent sales and a total of 10.861.000 since its release last March!

 

Migos's 'Culture11' holds at n°5 after selling another 78.000 and a total so far of 638.000.

 

The highest debut of the week is 'Day69' by American rapper 6ix9ine. It enters the chart at no.6 with 77,000 sales. 

 

New entry at n°7 lands for Australian singer-songwriter Vance Joy. 'Nation Of Two' debuts with 60,000 units. 

 

Justin Timberlake's 'Man Of The Woods' slips from 6 - 8 after selling another 60,000 globally for a grand total of 676.000 in its 4th week on the global chart!

 

Post Malone's 'Stoney' moves up 11 - 9 after selling another 59.000 and a total of 2.557.000 so far.

 

Closing this week's Top 10 best-selling Albums is Imagine Dragons' 'Evolve' with equivalent sales of 59.000 and a total of 2.422.000 so far!



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