Vol 22 Now That’s What I call Music
**The industry hit a new low, when the nation’s No. 1 album, Johnny Cash’s American V: A Hundred Highways, recorded the lowest single-week sales (88,000 copies) of any chart-topper since Soundscan began keeping track in 1991. Now 22 which is a collection of radio hits has sold more copies in its first week than any record in months, has topped 550,000 units sold, andÂ held the No. 1 spot on the Billboard charts for two straight weeksâ€”the closest thing we’ve seen to a legitimate hit album all summer. People love hits and are willing to pay for it.
All The Right Reasons
**My lord, outselling the RHCP. A hit machine, enough said.
Red Hot Chili Peppers
**Dani California got seven nominations at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards.
Fever You Can’t Sweat Out
Panic! At The Disco
**Riding on a trend. This proves that a faceless band with an ‘ok’ record can still sell albums by teaming up with the right band (Fallout Boy)Â at the right time.
Under The Iron Sea
**This could be their sophomore slump. Keane came out with a buzz thatÂ could make one deaf. Now, it’s all changed. Critics seemed to have abandoned the band calling ‘Under The Iron Sea’ sappy and dull. The new record is weak, first record is solid.