Idol Sales News – Week Ending 03/18/12

We know that UK XF contestants have topped the BB200 chart. Let’s see hoe the rest of the Idols, Voices and Factors fare. Please post numbers when you find them. Thanks!

Idol albums
Kelly Clarkson, Stronger (16,000 weekly, +1%, 666,000 total) (#16 Billboard 200)
Scotty McCreery, Clear as Day (7,000, -26%, 974,000) (#62 BB200)
Daughtry, Break the Spell (6,000, +45%, 407,000) (#72 BB200)
Ruben Studdard, Letters From Birmingham (4,000, debut, 4,000) (#150 BB200)
Lauren Alaina, Wildflower (3,000, -22%, 260,000) (#193 BB200)
Daughtry, Daughtry (2,000, +1%)
Mandisa, What If We Were Real (2,000, -24%, 157,000)

Idol-related albums
Tyga, Cafeless World (20,000, -15%, 141,000) (#12 Billboard 200)
Jason Aldean, My Kinda Party (14,000, 0 change, 2.449 million) (#21 BB200)
Tony Bennett, Duets II (10,000, +15%, 835,000) (#34 BB200)
Various, 2012 Grammy Nominees (9,000, -30%, 289,000) (#42 BB200)
The Civil Wars, Barton Hollow (8,000, -17%, 376,000) (#55 BB200)
David Guetta, Nothing but the Beat (6,000, +8%, 266,000) (#89 BB200)
Various, WOW Gospel 2012 (5,000, -17%, 72,000) (#101 BB200)
Various, Now That’s What I Call Music 40 (5,000, -12%, 680,000) (#103 BB200)
Various, Now That’s What I Call Country Ballads (4,000, 0 change, 52,000) (#108 BB200)
Various, WOW Hits 2012 (4,000, -12%, 244,000) (#138 BB200)
Aerosmith, Best of Aerosmith: The Millennium Collection (3,000, -4%, 436,000) (#179 BB200)

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Track Sales

Carrie Underwood saw a 6% week-over week gain for her Good Girl single, which has now sold 363,000 copies.

Kelly Clarkson, Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You) (161,000, -7%, 2.264 million)
Carrie Underwood, Good Girl (70,000, +6%, 363,000)
Kelly Clarkson, Mr. Know It All (17,000, -14%, 1.384 million)
Scotty McCreery, The Trouble With Girls (15,000, -16%, 621,000)
Lauren Alaina, Georgia Peaches (11,000, -7%, 111,000)
Jennifer Hudson & Ne-Yo feat. Rick Ross, Think Like a Man (11,000, -6%, 71,000)
Jason Aldean & Kelly Clarkson, Don’t You Wanna Stay (8,000, -3%, 1.994 million)
Brad Paisley & Carrie Underwood, Remind Me (8,000, -9%, 1.472 million)
Carrie Underwood, Before He Cheats (5,000, -7%, 3.423 million)
Casey James, Let’s Don’t Call It a Night (4,000, -4%, 78,000)
Mandisa, Good Morning (3,000, -11%, 71,000)
Mandisa, Stronger (2,000, -11%, 170,000)
Carrie Underwood, How Great Thou Art (2,000, -5%, 307,000)

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