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Richie leads country chart

Wednesday, May 2, 2012 – Lionel Richie may no longer have the best selling disc in the U.S. with "Tuskegee," but his country take on his hits is still number one on the Billboard country charts when released Thursday.

"Tuskegee" slipped to third on the overall chart, selling 78,000 units, down 31 percent.

Lee Brice was fifth on the overall chart with "Hard 2 Love" with 46,000 units, 1 ahead of new act, Kip Moore. His "Up All Night" sold 37,000 units. Interestingly, Moore's disc has the same title as One Direction, which is fourth on the overall chart.


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CD review - Tuskegee Country music's definition has devolved to mean almost anything with slightly verifiable Southern roots, which means that Alabama-born Lionel Richie's music is about as country as anything else under the huge country umbrella. Some might call Richie's original songs soul/R&B. However, the singer/songwriter hasn't sounded truly funky since Brick House with The Commodores, and that song dates way back to 1977. "Tuskegee" is Richie's attempt to revive his ...


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