Anonymous (Tomahawk Album) - Chart Performance

Chart Performance

In the United States, Anonymous reached a peak position of 158 in the Billboard 200 albums chart, spending only one week in the chart. Among the other charts published by Billboard, Anonymous attained a peak of 12 on the Independent Albums chart and 2 on the Top Heatseekers countdown, spending two weeks in the former and three in the latter. It also achieved a position of 13 on the Tastemakers chart, where it remained for one week. Anonymous also recorded chart positions in Norway and Australia, making it to number 31 on the VG-lista chart, and number 32 on the ARIA Charts.

Country Chart Peak
Australia ARIA Charts 32
Norway VG-lista 31
United States Billboard 200 158
United States Independent Albums 12
United States Tastemakers 13
United States Top Heatseekers 2

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