It’s the first soundtrack to hit No. 1 since Disney’s own “Frozen II” in 2019.
, on the Aug. 7, 2021 chart. It reached No. 1 in its 53rd week – following multiple deluxe reissues that added additional songs. (
debuted at No. 8 on the Aug. 8, 2020-dated chart.)
Reflecting a trend for soundtracks, which can build alongside buzz for their parent films,
is the first album to debut outside the top 10 to go No. 1 since
bowed at No. 15 on the Nov. 30, 2019, chart, and hit No. 1 in its third week (Dec. 14, 2019). The last album to debut outside the top 40 and go to No. 1 was the soundtrack to
The Greatest Showman
, which launched at No. 71 on the Dec. 30, 2017, chart, and reached No. 1 in its fourth week (Jan. 13, 2018).
debuted at No. 197, it’s only the third album to debut between Nos.
197-200 to reach No. 1.
Led Zeppelin II
debuted at No. 199 on Nov. 8, 1969, and reached No. 1 in its eighth week (Dec. 27, 1969). Before that,
bowed at No. 197 on June 10, 1967, and reached No. 1 in its third week (June 24, 1967).
album falls to No. 2 after spending its first six weeks on the Billboard 200 at No. 1. It earned 57,000 equivalent album units in the week ending Jan. 6 (down 43%).
’s former No. 1
Dangerous: The Double Album
celebrates a full year on the chart, as it rises 5-3 with 42,000 (down 4%) in its 52nd week on the chart. It debuted at No. 1 on the Jan. 23, 2021-dated list and spent 10 weeks atop the tally. It recently closed 2021 as MRC Data’s most
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