Idol Sales News – Week Ending 12/02/12

Updated with album and download numbers for the top 10 (from Billboard)

One Direction and Phil Phillips are predicted to be in the top 10 of albums while Phil’s “Home” should be well placed in the top 10 digital downloads.

This is the weekly numbers thread. Please post numbers as you find them. Thanks!

4 (3) One Direction”Take Me Home” 92K (-48%)
5 (4) Phillip Phillips “The World From the Side of the Moon” 74K (-56%)
12 (21) Scott McCreery “Christmas With Scotty McCreery” (-18%)

Downloads:
9 (6) Phillip Phillip “Home” 118K )-10%)

From Idol Chatter:

Idol albums

Phillip Phillips, The World From the Side of the Moon (74,000, -56%, 245,000) (No. 5 Billboard 200)
Scotty McCreery, Christmas With Scotty (41,000, -18%, 205,000) (No. 12 BB200)
Carrie Underwood, Blown Away (26,000, -64%, 1.036 million) (No. 21 BB200)
Kelly Clarkson, Greatest Hits, Chapter 1 (25,000, -67%, 99,000) (No. 23 BB200)
Kelly Clarkson, Stronger (5,000, -74%, 983,000) (No,. 180 BB200)
Carrie Underwood, Some Hearts (3,000, -80%, 7.271 million)
Mandisa, It’s Christmas (3,000, -81%, 56,000)
Scotty McCreery, Clear as Day (3,000, -1%, 1.13 million)
Mandisa, What If We Were Real (2,000, -26%, 234,000)
Casey James, Casey James (1,000, -6%, 61,000)
Paul McDonald feat. Nikki Reed, The Best Part EP (less than 1,000, -17%, 3,000)
Casey Abrams, Casey Abrams (less than 1,000, +6%, 19,000)

Idol-related albums

Blake Shelton, Cheers, It’s Christmas (53,000, +1%, 202,000) (No. 7 Billboard 200)
Various, Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part II (23,000, -49%, 161,000) (No. 30 BB200)
Various, Now That’s What I Call Today’s Christmas (21,000, +27%, 56,000) (No. 34 BB200)
Various, The Essential Now That’s What I Call Christmas (16,000, +27%, 494,000) (No. 44 BB200)
Various, WOW Hits 2013 (13,000, -42%, 116,000) (No. 61 BB200)
Aerosmith, Music From Another Dimension (12,000, -60%, 128,000) (No. 67 BB200
Various, WOW Christmas (2011) (6,000, +32%, 127,000) (No. 147 BB200)

Idol tracks

Phillip Phillips, Home (117,000, -9%, 2.697 million)
Justin Bieber feat. Nicki Minaj, Beauty and a Beat (76,000, -16%, 509,000)
Nicki Minaj, Va Va Voom (48,000, -10%, 307,000)
Carrie Underwood, Blown Away (31,000, -30%, 1.408 million)
Kelly Clarkson, Catch My Breath (30,000, -25%, 236,000)
Phillip Phillips, Gone, Gone, Gone (20,000, -34%, 51,000)
Kelly Clarkson, Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You) (10,000, -31%, 3.908 million)
Nicki Minaj, Va Va Voom (10,000, -7%, 50,000)
Casey James, Crying on a Suitcase (9,000, -14%, 170,000)
Nicki Minaj, Freedom (8,000, -50%, 76,000)
Carrie Underwood, Good Girl (8,000, -34%, 1.445 million)
Kelly Clarkson, Dark Side (8,000, -21%, 638,000)
Carrie Underwood, Two Black Cadillacs (6,000, +6%, 54,000)
Carrie Underwood, Cowboy Casanova (4,000, -10%, 1.933 million)
Brad Paisley/Carrie Underwood, Remind Me (4,000, -16%, 1.696 million)
Scotty McCreery, Christmas in Heaven (4,000, +1%, 13,000)
Colton Dixon, You Are (3,000, -15%, 31,000)
Jason Aldean/Kelly Clarkson, Don’t You Wanna Stay (4,000, -37%, 2.213 million)
Carrie Underwood, Before He Cheats (3,000, -23%, 3.614 million)
Carrie Underwood, How Great Thou Art (2,000, -11%, 385,000)
Mandisa feat. TobyMac, Good Morning (3,000, -12%, 232,000)
Clay Aiken, Mary, Did You Know (2,000, +56%, 137,000)
Scotty McCreery, Mary, Did You Know? (less than 1,000, -2%, 3,000)
Jason Castro, Only a Mountain (less than 1,000, -10%, 25,000)

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