The Eagles still sell the best country-wise, but second best overall
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The Eagles still sell the best country-wise, but second best overall

Wednesday, November 14, 2007 – The Eagles's long road back to recording put them at the top last week, but this week is a different story because the quartet now has the second best selling disc in the U.S. Jay-Z notched his 10th number one album with "American Gangster" selling 425,000 units.

The Eagles were second with "Long Road Out of Eden" selling 359,000, a drop of 49 percent.

That was a bit ahead of Garth Brooks's "The Ultimate Hits," third with 325,000 units. The CD/DVD contains four new songs.

Former number one, Carrie Underwood's "Carnival Ride" fell from third to fifth with 121,000 units, a drop of 29 percent.

Taylor Swift's self-titled deluxe CD sold 68,000 units, good for the eighth spot. The disc is an enhanced version of her debut, which came out 55 weeks ago. She benefited from winning a Country Music Association award, the Horizon Award, for up-and-coming artists.

Little Big Town's "Place to Land" (Equity) came in 24th on the overall chart with 35,000 units sold.

The charts officially will be released Thursday.


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CD review - Long Road Out of Eden Thirty years ago, The Eagle were considered part of the California pop rock crowd. But lots has changed musically in three decades because with the super group's first studio disc (a 20-song double CD) since 1979's "The Long Run," The Eagles apparently is squarely in the country category. The "Common Thread" tribute disc from 1993 helped align country with The Eagles. And that proves true to an extent here with the very country, trademark Eagles sound in the single ...


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