And the European leg ot OWN tour starts today in Sweden
|OWN Live Debuts at No.20 in USA
Charts: Staind on Top, Redman Debuts High
Staind came in at No. 1 on the Billboard charts this week, with their rock album Break the Cycle selling a staggering 716,003 copies and pushing Tool's Lateralus back to No. 2. Redman's Malpractice debuted nicely at No. 4 selling 147,560 copies. Then there is Tyrese, whose 2000 Watts debuted at No. 10, selling 91,593 copies. Tyrese. Right. In other hot chart action, Destiny's Child stayed on at No. 3, while Missy Elliott's Miss E…So Addictive fell three slots to No. 5, pushing Janet Jackson's All For You back to No. 6. Now That's What I Call Music Vol. 6 stayed on at No. 7, while the Moulin Rouge soundtrack jumped up two spots to No. 8, and Weezer's Weezer fell five spots to No. 9. Other impressive debuts this week were Static-X's Machine in at No. 11, Bon Jovi's One Wild Night-Live at No. 20, the Pearl Harbor soundtrack at No. 31, City High's City High at No. 34, Avalon's Oxygen at No. 37. In other news, last week we were under the impression that olde-tyme rock was not dead, but this week proves otherwise. R.E.M.'s Reveal plunged from No. 6 to No. 24, while Depeche Mode's Exciter fell from No. 8 to No. 27. But hey-Whiskeytown's posthumous Pneumonia debuted at No. 158. So that's something.
And as you all know, Bon Jovi's European leg of ONE WILD NIGHT 2001 tour starts tonight in Sweden - enjoy the shows in Europe and don't forget to submit your concert reviews (and setlists!) to drycounty!
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