Bloody hell!thebigham wrote:^It's $170!
I'd love to see that . Or maybe a big winner ?Play wrote:I believe that in these conditions, if any of the performers achieve to stun with a mesmerizing performance at the Grammys a #1 is in the bag for them!
all of those soundtracks had timess classic hits on them. I doubt Frozen can be as successful as those were. In adjusted sales, the soundtrack might need to scan at least 5m copies to be even remotely considered among their ranks. That would be Adele-esque impact and success.Timmy94 wrote:I don't know what Frozen is still going to reach but I'd love to see it becoming the next big soundtrack. This century we've had some successful soundtracks but if you ask me, none came close to the Grease, Dirty Dancing or Lion King soundtrack and I'd love to see something like this happening again .
Yep that's always in the cards. Well, the best would be if the 2 combine on an artist... I'm looking at Lordé & maybe Bruno but UJ already sold loadsTimmy94 wrote:I'd love to see that . Or maybe a big winner ?Play wrote:I believe that in these conditions, if any of the performers achieve to stun with a mesmerizing performance at the Grammys a #1 is in the bag for them!
In which way was it expected? I consider the drop quite big, especially looking at how the album performed everywhere else so far.hugo wrote:Bruce... that was expected.
No I mean what I say.BLover wrote:More like 50%, you mean?fridayteenage wrote:%-wise, that's a really big gap between #1 & #2 (at least 70%) esp for an album in its, what, 7th week?