Oh well.. Itunes doesn't matter there as you know^^. But don't know how good Linkin Park will do in Japan.Nackar wrote:The album is released in Japan this week, together with Believe and Overexposed. It's currently #4 on Japanese iTunes, below two versions of Maroon 5 and Usher.
Funnily enough, Maroon 5 and Linkin Park also squared off against each other in Japan in 2010. A Thousand Suns opened with 51k approximately, whilst Hands All Over did 29k.
It's poised to debut at number 1 here . It's been at number 2 on Amazon on preorders alone for weeks till it climbed to number 1 for a full week. Now it's obviously since it's release also at number 1. It's been constantly inside the top 10 on Itunes for weeks now too. And it's at number 1 since Friday.arab wrote:The album is just fantastic! Good-old LP is officialy back!
I don't want this album to flop(especially in US and UK). Hope it will be able to sell 3mln copies at least.
Is it going to debut @ #1 in Germany?
PS: This album should have been released between Meteora and MTM imo
Yes, it will be a tough battle for that #1, but LT is a better album than M5's(and I really love them), so that why I'm still hoping for a #1 debutTimmy94 wrote:I think in the US, Maroon 5 could make it because their popularity has been increasing steadily since Moves Like Jagger while Linkin Park's one has been decreasing steadily since... actually some time now!