Exit Wounds marks The Wallflowers’ highest-charting album yet, and second top 10, on the 30-year-old Top Album Sales chart. The act’s previous high came with its debut set, 1996’s Bringing Down the Horse, which peaked at No. 4 in 1997.
Exit Wounds also launches in the top 10 on the Americana/Folk Albums chart (No. 4) and Tastemaker Albums chart (No. 10). The latter ranks the week’s top-selling albums at independent record stores.
Tomorrow x Together’s former No. 1 The Chaos Chapter: Freeze rises 4-2 (7,000 sold; up 1%) and Taylor Swift’s chart-topping Evermore bumps 5-4 (nearly 6,000; down 15%).
Cyrus’ Plastic Hearts re-enters the chart at No. 5 – a new peak
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