This week’s US album race ends in a split-chart scenario, as Rob Zombie’s “The Lunar Injection Kool Aid Eclipse Conspiracy” wins for sales while Morgan Wallen’s “Dangerous: The Double Album” retains #1 for overall activity.
According to Hits Daily Double, the Rob Zombie album sold 24.5K US copies during the March 12-18 tracking period. With units from track sales and streams included, it generated 27K in total first-week activity.
The sales figure comfortably ranks as the week’s best, but the total consumption figure slots “Lunar Injection” at #10 on the Hits Top 50 chart. Billboard’s specific numbers may differ slightly, but it should still have the Rob Zombie at #1 for album sales. There may, however, be noteworthy positional difference on the Billboard 200 consumption chart as numerous albums posted between 25-29K in tracking period activity.
With another 71K in tracking week consumption units (5K from album sales, 1K from track sales, 65K from track streams), “Dangerous” convincingly takes #1 for overall activity. The album is celebrating its tenth consecutive week in the #1 spot.