Kelly Clarkson’s “Meaning Of Life” Claims #1 On US iTunes Sales Chart

Clarkson’s new studio album grabs the top spot on the all-genre chart.

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Kelly Clarkson’s new album “Meaning Of Life” premiered on the US iTunes sales chart late Thursday night.

To the surprise of no one, it shot to #1 on the store’s all-genre album sales chart.

It holds that pinnacle position as of 1:35AM ET Friday.

“Meaning Of Life” is not the only new album faring well on iTunes. New releases, in fact, occupy the Top 12 positions on the store’s chart.

Theory Of A Deadman’s new “Wake Up Call” is #2, while Hollywood Undead’s “Five” is #3. Weezer’s “Pacific Daydream” (#4) and Kenny Chesney’s “Live In No Shoes Nation” (#5) complete the Top 5.

Big K.R.I.T.’s “4eva Is A Mighty Long Time” (#6), Red’s “Gone” (#7), Yelawolf’s “Trial By Fire” (#8), Granger Smith’s “When The Good Guys Win” (#9), 10 Years’ “(how to live) AS GHOSTS” (#10), Ninja Sex Party’s “Under the Covers, Volume II” (#11) and Ty Dolla $ign’s “Beach House 3” (#12) follow.

Written by Brian Cantor

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