Bliss N Eso ‘Circus In The Sky’ is the fastest selling album of 2013 in Australia behind Daft Punk ‘Random Access Memories’.
Bliss N Eso scored their second number one album with ‘Circus In The Sky’ making its way to 20808 Australian homes in the past week.
‘Circus In the Sky’ is now officially the fastest selling Australian album of the year moving ahead of Harrison Craig ‘More Than A Dream’ 13167, Birds of Tokyo ‘March Fires’ and Bernard Fanning ‘Departures’.
It should be noted that Harrison Craig sold 18,053 this week in its second week on sale. As it was released on a Tuesday it was only on sale for three days of its first chart week.
Hillsong Live ‘Glorious Ruins’ also becomes the 9th fastest seller of the year with 11,303 sales, also making it the 4th fastest selling Australian album of 2013. Hillsong Live debut at 3 this week and outsold first week sales for Bon Jovi ‘What About Now’ and Paramore ‘Paramore’, both of which debuted at no 1.
The Top 10 fastest selling albums of 2013 are:
Daft Punk – Random Access Memories 49175
Bliss N Eso – Circus In The Sky 20808
Michael Buble – To Be Loved 15487
Justin Timberlake – The 20/20 Experience 14613
Harrison Craig – More Than A Dream 13167
Birds of Tokyo – March Fires 13013
Queens of the Stone Age – Like Clockwork 12291
Bernard Fanning – Departures 11339
Hillsong Live – Glorious Ruins 11,303
Bon Jovi – What About Now 9910
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