Lambert takes over from Underwood
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
– Carrie Underwood no longer has the best selling CD in the U.S., although "Blown Away" remains the top selling country disc.
Adam Lambert's "Trespassing" tops the charts, selling 77,000 units. Underwood was good for third with 54,000 units, down 55 percent.
Lionel Richie remained in the top 10 with "Tuskegee, which slipped from third to ninth. His disc sold 39,000 units, down 45 percent.
The charts will be officially out on Thursday.
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