Adam Lambert’s third studio album, The Original High, is projected to sell 33-38K this based on one day sales. Legendary singer/songwriter, James Taylor, is predicted to have next week’s No. 1 album.
Adam’s second album, Trespassing, released in 2012, sold 77K its first week.
From Hits Daily Double.
James Taylor will score his first-ever #1 album on next week’s chart. It’s been 44 years since Taylor reached his peak chart position of #2 with Warner Bros.’ Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon. Here are this week’s key debuts:
James Taylor (James Taylor Music) 72-77 sales, 74-79 SPS
Adam Lambert (Warner Bros.) 33-38k, 36-41k
Hillary Duff (RCA) 25-30k, 30-35k
Nate Ruess (Fueled By Ramen) 24-27k, 27-30k
Third Eye Blind (Mega Collider) 23-26k, 25-28k
Ryn Weaver (Mad Love/Interscope) 14-17k, 16-19k
Giorgio Moroder (RCA) 8-9k, 10-11k
In other news, Adam sat down for an in-depth interview with Huffpost Live on Wednesday. Check out the wide range discussion right here.