Grease Live’s “Those Magic Changes” Debuts With 9.1K US Sales

Jordan Fisher [Kevin Estrada for FOX]

By far the best-selling “Grease Live!” soundtrack song, “Those Magic Changes” moved just over 9,000 copies during its inaugural week of release.

According to Nielsen Music, the track shifted 9,101 paid US downloads during the January 29-February 4 tracking week. FOX’s “Grease Live!” broadcast, which was the main impetus of sales, aired on the evening of January 31.

The aforementioned “Grease Live!” soundtrack cut is credited to Jordan Fisher, Aaron Tveit, and the “Grease Live” cast. It is one of numerous versions of the song available for purchase at digital retailers.

Several of those versions also received boosts following the “Grease Live!” broadcast. In all, the title sold 9,973 copies during the most recent tracking week.

Only 60 copies of “Those Magic Changes” (numerous versions) were sold in the previous week.

Written by Brian Cantor

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