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Taylor Swift's 'Speak Now' Worst Number One Record Of All Time

Taylor Swift's 'Speak Now' Worst Number One Record Of All Time

A new year, a new lowest selling number one album of all time (at least since 1991): Taylor Swift's Speak Now tops the charts this week with a paltry sum of 52,000 copies sold. That's lower than the worst week ever: Jan. 27, 2007, when the Dreamgirls soundtrack was the number one album in the country. Apparently things are about to get much worse, though: There's no blockbuster album slated for release pretty much this entire quarter. Expect bands like the Decemberists to gatecrash hard these next few weeks (months?). [Billboard]  

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It was a weak week in terms of major releases though.

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i actually like this cd i got from christmas and i play it non stop i wish i had a voice like hers!

cassie

At least someone is still selling albums in this economy.

jen

taylor swift completely owns anyway,
i know so many people that have this album but just havent paid for any of her songs, more people know it then her old ones
people juts aren't paying for music

ashley

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