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Reece Mastin

Reece Mastin

Reece Mastin Single Sells 32,000 In First Day

by Paul Cashmere on November 24, 2011

in News,Noise Pro

‘Good Night’, the debut single by X Factor winner Reece Mastin sold about 32,000 downloads on yesterday (November 23), the day after Reece won X Factor.

Reece Mastin

Reece Mastin

That’s a damn fine birthday present for Reece who turns 17-years old today.

On average, the single sold 1 download every 2.7 seconds.

Reece is currently recording his debut album, to be released on December 9, 2011.

The tracklisting for the ‘Reece Mastin’ album is:

Good Night
Dream On
Closer To The Edge
Joker and the Thief
Paradise City
Break Even
She Will Be Loved
Always
Staying Alive
Ironic
I Kissed A Girl

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