The Eagles experience huge sales jump
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The Eagles experience huge sales jump

Wednesday, December 5, 2007 – The Eagles's "Long Road Out of Eden" jumped 70 percent in sales on the Billboard charts to 313,000, making it the second best selling disc in the U.S. and the best selling country album, Billboard said Wednesday.

The band was on "60 Minutes," providing a big boost to sales.

Garth Brooks had the fifth best selling album in the U.S. with sales of 112,000, a drop of 41 percent. Carrie Underwood's "Carnival Ride" sold 89,000 units, good for the ninth spot. Underwood experienced a 37 percent drop in sales.

The charts will be released by Billboard 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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