The Beatles Revolver Reissue Tops A number of Billboard Charts

The Beatles’ Revolver album, first launched in 1966, has rushed to No. 1 on a number of Billboard charts following its deluxe expanded reissue on October 28. The set re-entered at No. 1 on High Rock & Different Albums, High Rock Albums and Catalog Albums (all dated Nov. 12) – its first week at No. 1 on all three lists. Revolver additionally re-enters High Album Gross sales, Vinyl Albums and Tastemaker Albums at No. 2.

On the Billboard 200, the previous No. 1 – which spent six weeks atop the listing in 1966 – re-entered the listing at No. 4.

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For Revolver’s particular version, the album was reintroduced and remixed in quite a lot of expanded codecs and editions, together with many with beforehand unreleased tracks. The vary included an ordinary digital album priced at $9.99 within the iTunes Retailer up via a boxed set boasting 4 vinyl LPs and two seven-inch singles that bought for $200 or extra, relying on the retailer.

All variations of Revolver, previous and new, are mixed for monitoring and charting functions. Within the monitoring week ending November 3, Revolver earned 54,000 equal album models within the U.S. (up 1,963%). Of that sum, conventional album gross sales comprise 46,000 (up 6,346%).

The rerelease of Revolver is a part of the continuing collection of expanded reissues of choose studio albums by The Beatles. It follows reissues of Let It Be in 2021 (first launched in 1970), Abbey Highway in 2019 (first launched in 1969), The Beatles in 2018 (sometimes called the White Album, first launched in 1968) and Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Membership Band in 2017 (first launched in 1967).

Taylor Swift’s Midnights held at No. 1 on Billboard’s High Album Gross sales for a second week, promoting 114,000 copies (down 90%). In its debut body per week in the past, the set exploded atop the listing with 1.140 million copies bought.

Grateful Lifeless’s Dave’s Picks, Quantity 44: Autzen Stadium, U. of Oregon, Eugene, OR – 6/23/90 debuted at No. 3 on High Album Gross sales with 22,000 bought. Dave’s Picks is the act’s persevering with reside archival launch collection, named for the group’s archivist, David Lemieux, that has been going robust since its first launch in 2012. Releases within the collection are issued completely on CD and in restricted portions.

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