Idol Sales News – Week Ending 06/27/10

For the Idol number watchers, the news stays grim. The only Idol in the top 100 albums is now Carrie Underwood and even she suffered a 24% drop. And that wasn’t even the biggest drop . Clay had that with a 47% drop. She wasn’t the only one with a drop either. All the Idol albums dropped.

Hopefully, there will be some good news in the download numbers later today. The fall releases can’t come soon enough (and the debut singles that precede them).

Billboard week 7/10/10.


Albums
27 Carrie Underwood “Play On” 13K (-24%; lw 16K) Total: 1.621M total) (23)
108 Adam Lambert “For Your Entertainment” 5K (-7%; 5K) Total: 671K (110)
110 Daughtry “Leave This Town” 5K (-25%; lw 6K) Total: 1.086M (75)
166 Daughtry “Daughtry” 3K (-11%; lw 4K) Total: 4.694M (175)
167 Clay Aiken “Tried and True” 3K (-47%; lw 6K) Total: 41K (77)
Danny Gokey “My Best Days” 2K (-15%; lw 2K) Total: 168K
Lee DeWyze “Slumberland” <1K (-28%; lw <1K ) Total: 11K
Mandisa “Freedom” <1K (-22%; lw <1K) Total: 113K

Idol-related

33 Various “Now That’s What I Call Music! 33” 12K (-21%) Total: 587K
71 Various “Now That’s What I Call the USA” 6K (-24%) Total: 14K
176 Kidz Bop Kids “Kidz Bop 17” 3K (+8%) Total: 221K
Various “WOW Hits 2010” 3K (-24%) Total: 388K

Please post numbers as you find them. Thanks!

Rounded numbers from Brian over at Idol Chatter.

Before anybody asks, Brian may have more numbers later in the day.

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