George Harrison’s “All Things Must Pass” Album Returns to the Top 10 on the Billboard 200 Chart – .

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George Harrison’s “All Things Must Pass” Album Returns to the Top 10 on the Billboard 200 Chart – .


In total, the set gained 32,000 equivalent album units in the United States during the follow-up week ending August 12 – up 1,401% (from around 2,000 the week before), according to MRC Data. Of his 32,000 units earned, album sales have 28,000, SEA units have 3,000 (equivalent to 3.96 million on-demand streams of the album’s tracks) and TEA units have fewer. of 1,000.
The album, Harrison’s third solo studio effort and No. 1 debut album, topped the Billboard 200 charts for seven consecutive weeks in 1971 (charts dated Jan. 13 through Feb. 2, 1971). He debuted at No.5 on the December 19, 1970 chart and was last in the top 10 on the list dated March 27, 1971, where he placed at No.9.

The album launched a pair of top 10 hits from the Billboard Hot 100 song chart: Harrison’s No. 1 debut, the double-sided hit “My Sweet Lord” / “Isn’t It a Pity” and the No. 10 hit. What is life. (Harrison of course racked up many first numbers on the Hot 100 and Billboard 200 charts as a member of The Beatles.)

With All things must pass” back in the Billboard 200 top 10, this is the first time Harrison has visited the region since 1988, when Cloud peaked at No.8. It is also Harrison’s highest rank since Black Horse galloped at No.4 on January 25, 1975. (Harrison died in 2001.)
All things must pass has been reissued in a significant number of formats for its anniversary. Among them: a standard set of 23 tracks (available either as a digital album, or as a set of two CDs or LPs of three vinyls) a deluxe edition (23 standard tracks, plus 17 demos, outtakes and jams, on a three CD or a five vinyl LP box set), a super deluxe edition (23 standard tracks plus 47 demos, outtakes and jams, digital download, a five CD-plus Blu-ray box or an eight vinyl LP box set) and even an uber deluxe edition (the same 23 standard tracks and 47 bonus tracks on the super deluxe – on five CDs, one blu-ray and eight vinyl records – but housed in a collectible wooden case with memorabilia and two books documenting the making of the album) . The price of the different editions ranged from around $ 13 to $ 25 (for the standard album in its various formats) to over $ 1,000 (depending on the retailer) for the uber deluxe edition.

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