Album Reached

Some articles on album reached, reached, album, albums:

The Fame - Chart Performance
... After fluctuating down the charts, the album reached number ten on the issue dated March 7, 2009 ... It then reached a peak of number four on the chart ... The album also topped Billboard's Dance/Electronic Albums chart it stayed at the number-one spot for 106 non-consecutive weeks ...
Seventh Tree - Commercial Performance
... Seventh Tree debuted on the UK Albums Chart at number two, selling 46,945 copies in its first week ... As of 27 March 2010, the album had sold 200,062 copies in the UK ... The album reached the top twenty in Australia, Belgium, Ireland, Norway, Portugal and Switzerland ...
Jimi Hendrix Discography
... guitarist and singer-songwriter, including the Jimi Hendrix Experience, consists of three studio albums, two live albums, two compilation albums, and twelve singles ... original Hendrix compositions, were subsequently released on 17 March and 5 May 1967 and reached #3 and #6 respectively, before the band's debut LP, Are You Experienced, was released on Track Records on 12 May ... The album reached #2 in the UK and a version with a different track listing reached #5 in the US when released on Reprise Records on August 23 in the wake of the success of Hendrix's ...
Promised Land (Elvis Presley Album)
... Promised Land is a 1975 album by Elvis Presley on RCA Records ... UK top ten, the flip side "Its Midnight" reached 9 on the Country Charts ... Another hit single from the album was "If You Talk in Your Sleep" reaching 17 on the Billboard Hot 100 ...
Myriam Montemayor Cruz - Biography
... Myriam signed to EMI Music for 5 years or 5 albums ... A week after winning La Academia, EMI released her first album, a compilation of the themes that Myriam sang in the show ... and being the first ex-student from La Academia to go double Platinum at this time the album had sold more than half a million copies ...

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