‘Roses’ on the Billboard charts

March 8, 2012  |  5 Comments  |  by Luc  |  The Cranberries

The Cranberries 6th studio album “Roses” entered the Billboard 200 Chart at #51 on its first week in stores.

Here are the other Billboard charts results for Roses:
Rock Albums: #10
Independant Albums: #4
Alternative Albums: #9
Canadian Albums: #6
TastmakerAlbums: #20

“Roses” is still in the Top 10 of the Mexican iTunes Chart, but falls free in most markets. For instance, the deluxe edition is now #116 on iTunes Canada.

Maybe it is time for a second single to be sent out to radio station. “Tomorrow” was released more than 3 months ago and did not get much airplay with the release of “Roses” in the last weeks.

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5 Responses to ‘Roses’ on the Billboard charts

  1. TorontoTed

    Apparently it’s pretty grim in Canada. Cranberries Go Sour on Charts

    It seems there wasn’t much of an appetite for the Cranberries’ first new album in over a decade.

    Dolores O’Riordan and co’s reunion effort “Roses” wilted in its debut, stumbling out of the gate at No. 6 on the Canadian charts, while ringing up just 3,100 copies, according to Neilsen SoundScan numbers.

    Their last disc, “Wake Up and Smell the Coffee,” sold 10,000 in its first week back in 2001.

  2. Ramigez

    Roses-has a very good record in the word 2012!

  3. Lightmoon

    6th – it’s a good place in the charts -Canada.OK.:)

  4. Leny

    Very few of these CDs in stores :(((((

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