Ten Re-Issue Billboard Chart Update

by Kathy Davis on April 19, 2009

So nearly a month after the “Ten” re-issue hit the stores (and two months after “Brother” started getting radio heat), how is the release doing on the Billboard Charts?  It’s still making a healthy impact.  Here’s the latest from the charts dated for the week ending 4-25-09. 

Chart:  Hot Modern Rock Tracks- “Brother” #5 after 8 weeks on the charts. Last week: #3 Peak: #1

Chart: Comprehensive Album: Legacy “Ten” Re-issue- on the chart 3 weeks. Debuted at #5, 2nd week:  #28 3rd week: #52. The  Billboard Comprehensive Album chart  includes any album, old or new, sold anywhere, for which sales data is available. It’s similar to the Billboard 200, except usually incorporates a chunk of “catalog” releases (for which the Ten Re-issue qualifies) that sell well enough to be amongst the top sellers.  Not bad!

Chart: Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks - “Brother” #5, it’s peak position so far,  after 8 weeks on the chart.  Last week: #5

To date, “Ten”, in it’s original release, has sold 13 million units.  Rock!

Kathy Davis ( Twitter: @CrookedArm23 )
A Bay-Area based entrepreneur, co-editor Kathy conceives and writes her share of TFT’s articles and sections. She was co-editor/co-founder of one of the first Pearl Jam fanzines "Footsteps" (1992-1997). Kathy’s first Pearl Jam show was at the Bridge School Benefit on November 1, 1992.

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