Celebration debuts at #7 in US

Posted by Sylar On Thursday, October 08, 2009

01 (-) Streisand Barbra – Love Is The Answer – 180,415
02 (-) Paramore – Brand New Eyes – 175,112
03 (-) Carey Mariah – Memoirs Of An Imperfect Angel – 167,912
04 (-) Breaking Benjamin – Dear Agony – 134,489
05 (-) Alice In Chains – Black Gives Way To Blue – 126,146
06 (02) Jay-Z – Blueprint – 88,609
07 (-) Madonna – Celebration – 72,159
08 (-) Lambert Miranda – Revolution – 65,875
09 (-) Selena Gomez & Scene – Kiss And Tell – 65,803
10 (01) Pearl Jam – Backspacer – 58,374

Source: All About Madonna

15 Responses to "Celebration debuts at #7 in US"

  1. Anonymous Said,

    Where can I go to find this official information? What chart is this?


  2. Anonymous Said,

    ironically the same chart position of GHV2.
    Madonna would need more promotion though.....
    Warner sucks!!!


  3. Anonymous Said,

    I love Madonna, but this is pathetic. At least Mooriah Scarey flopped too.


  4. Paul UK Said,

    I think it's such a shame that America's biggest living popstar and musical export is snubbed by her own country. She has such amazing success elsewhere. I do think more promotion would have helped, but something needs to dramatically change.


  5. Anonymous Said,

    Well in america alot of radio stations wont play her music toal assholes its about time something was done about that


  6. Anonymous Said,

    Wow! I sense some negativity...come on people.
    This is actually good news because it's not an album of new material so of course it won't debut high! #7 is actually good for a greatest hits collection-an expensive on at that!


  7. Anonymous Said,

    aww its good that scary hairy Carey didn't get number 1...lol u know that's all she cares about anyway! and that all her lambs care care about is getting her number 1 regardless of how bad the music is! they still buy 100 copies each!....lol well the real true Deva has won! and Madonna has won world wide and this is really impressing considering it has nothing new on her CD and we all have those songs download for free!...lol so we all know if it was a album of new material like mariah or Barbara then she would be number her too!...but I'm really happy for Barbara being number 1 instead of that Mimi!


  8. 312348 Said,

    7th is good for being a greatest hits album, I don't know what y'all are complaining about. A bit higher would've been nice though.

    But personally, I think Paramore deserved the top stop.


  9. doraemon Said,

    it would be sad if her own country snubbed her just because of 2003 american life. come on,usa,she is America's biggest living popstar ,you would have cherished her,btw,she is top on global chart,celebration,hahaha


  10. Anonymous Said,

    im reply to above no i think its just most Americans are narrow minded bias and snooty pricks who think everything she dose is gay! and this is usually from white inbreds christians so it has nothing to do with American life come on now!...lol another thing is cuz they most feel shes a trader when she lift American for England around that time so that's when her albums stated to decline here!


  11. Fannia Said,

    Anonymous said...
    Meh who cares.. America snubs decent artists and music. All this hip hop shit, with its bitches, guns n violence, and Mariah Carey? FFS..... that is not music.

    Madonna should focus on Europe and the rest of the world. But thanks America for Madonna ;)


  12. Anonymous Said,

    I just think its crazy that Mariah Carey's album is topping M's greatest hits :s


  13. doraemon Said,

    madonna is already 3 weeks in top5 on ul album charts,i worry she will fellout of bilboard200 top ten this week


  14. Anonymous Said,

    greatest his albums tend to sell slowly. And, NO America will probably not pick up revolver for radio play. These stations LOVE to have her call in for interviews, and praise her. Then they refuse to play her newest songs. America is crap. And I have to live here.


  15. doraemon Said,

    people don't listen to radio outside us,is radio relevant aymore?us, on longer the empire of good music


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