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Underwood to debut at the top

Wednesday, November 11, 2009 – Carrie Underwood's "Play On" will be the number one selling album in the U.S. when the Billboard charts are released on line with sales of 318,000 units, according to Nielsen SoundScan. This is Underwood's second CD to hit the top. "Carnival Ride" debuted in first with 527,000 units sold in 2007.

This marks the highest sales week for a disc by a female artist this week and the second largest country release. Rascal Flatts' "Unstoppable" was number 1 with 351,000 units sold.

Taylor Swift's "Relentless" is second on the country chart and sixth overall with 70,000 units sold, down 36 percent.


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CD review - My Savior Carrie Underwood's gospel music album may not be traditional in the sense that she sings these songs the same way she heard them as a child growing up. However, on the traditional/modern country music spectrum, this album leans closer to traditional country music than just about anything Underwood's recorded. Underwood always sings well, no matter how her songs are arranged, but it's a true treat to hear that voice without much of the big production that usually accompanies it. ...
CD review - My Gift It makes logical sense that Carrie Underwood, arguably mainstream country music's best pure vocalist, would make a Christmas album. And make no mistake about it, this is a 'Christmas' album, as opposed to a 'holiday' release. These 11 tracks are nearly all spiritual in nature. Therefore, you won't hear about Santa, reindeer or even toys under the tree. The only truly secular track is "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas," which is not – by a long ...
CD review - Cry Pretty Carrie Underwood's life was reading straight from the storybooks: one of the few American Idol Winners with ongoing success; a professional athlete for a husband; a beautiful baby boy. The string of great fortune turned sharply in 2017, when Underwood began the unfathomable experience of three consecutive lost pregnancies. This was atop a frightening fall at her home that ended with her face in nearly 50 stitches. Sharing these moments with her fans makes the beamingly-beautiful singer ...


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