Justin Bieber likely to extend U.S. chart reign

The Canadian teen idol’s “My World 2.0,” which reclaimed the top spot final week, is on track to hit 80,000 copies for the 7 days ended Sunday evening, sources said.
The greatest new entry must arrive inside the form of New York electronic-rock duo MGMT’s second album “Congratulations,” which could sell between 65,000 and 75,000 copies. It could start out as high as No. a couple of, based on how a lot of a decline Usher’s “Raymond v Raymond” — currently No. two this 1 week — experiences in its third chart week. (A No. 1 debut is often a possibility for MGMT, but once again, it is dependent upon if Bieber’s “My Globe a couple of.0″ collapses harder than expected.)
Even if MGMT’s set finishes the 1 week at the lower end of expectations, it’s going to simply be the most effective 7 days ever with the act. Its first album, “Oracular Spectacular,” by no means sold far more than 17,000 inside a week and topped out at No. 38 within the chart.
The next greatest debut for the list will most likely belong to Coheed and Cambria’s “Year with the Black Rainbow,” with sales from the 50,000-60,000 array. The act’s last album “No Globe For Tomorrow” debuted at No. 6 with 62,000 in October 2007.

The Canadian teen idol’s “My World 2.0,” which reclaimed the top spot final week, is on track to hit 80,000 copies for the 7 days ended Sunday evening, sources said.
The greatest new entry must arrive inside the form of New York electronic-rock duo MGMT’s second album “Congratulations,” which could sell between 65,000 and 75,000 copies. It could start out as high as No. a couple of, based on how a lot of a decline Usher’s “Raymond v Raymond” — currently No. two this 1 week — experiences in its third chart week. (A No. 1 debut is often a possibility for MGMT, but once again, it is dependent upon if Bieber’s “My Globe a couple of.0″ collapses harder than expected.)
Even if MGMT’s set finishes the 1 week at the lower end of expectations, it’s going to simply be the most effective 7 days ever with the act. Its first album, “Oracular Spectacular,” by no means sold far more than 17,000 inside a week and topped out at No. 38 within the chart.
The next greatest debut for the list will most likely belong to Coheed and Cambria’s “Year with the Black Rainbow,” with sales from the 50,000-60,000 array. The act’s last album “No Globe For Tomorrow” debuted at No. 6 with 62,000 in October 2007.     - Source

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